Compiled a 21-12 overall record, going 8-6 in dual competition ... Was 15-11 in matches decided by decision and went undefeated in matches which ended in a major decision (1-0), tech fall (1-0) and pins (3-0) ... Fastest fall came against Arizona State's Ares Carpio (2:52) ... Went 3-1 at the Pac-12 Championships in Tempe, Ariz., finishing in third place ... Picked up first collegiate dual victory with a 9-6 decision over North Dakota State's Josh Rodriguez ... Won five straight dual meets stretching from late January to mid-February ... Started at 133 lbs. for Oregon State during National Dual Regional competition in Corvallis, where he went 1-1, picking up a win vs. Michigan's Rossi Bruno... Went 12-7 in open tournament competition, finishing first at the Mike Clock Open (Nov. 11) ... Fastest fall was 2:52 over Arizona State's Ares Carpio ... Recipient of the `Most Improved Award' during team's post-season awards banquet.
Utilized redshirt season ... Competed unattached at 141 pounds, taking third at the Northwest Open in Spokane, Wash. ... Also competed at 141 at the Reno Tournament of Champions before taking third while going at 133 pounds at the California Collegiate Open.
ROSEBURG HIGH SCHOOL
Lettered four years for head coach Steve Lander ... Competed at 103, 125 and 130 pounds ...
Born July 2, 1992 ... Majoring in bio-engineering ... Son of Jamie and Mike Van Anrooy ... Has three brothers, Layne, Cole and Reed ... Was a member of his National Honor Society and served as Valedictorian at Roseburg High School ... Biggest athletic thrill to date is winning the Reno Tournament of Champions ... Chose Oregon State because "it's close to home with a great coaching staff."