Sophomore Riley Shaw was the outstanding wrestler for the season. He was second on the team in wins and finished third in the EWL for the second time in his career in addition to winning his first open tournament title. He has started his career with 40 plus wins, the first CSU wrestler to do so in a long time.. Sophomore Dan King received the Most Improved award going from single digit wins last season to twenty plus this season for a team high. Dan beat a bunch of NCAA qualifiers this season wrestling at 125 and 133. He lost in overtime to miss out on NCAA qualification. He recorded a team high in 7 pins and 7 major decisions. The Rookie of the Year was true freshman Nick Montgomery. Nick was injured at the beginning of the year and did not wrestle until mid season still managing to accumulate 17 wins, 4 of which came by fall. His pin against Rider clinched the CSU upset of the #2 dual team in the EWL. At the EWL tournament, he finished fourth knocking off #23 Justin Arthur of Clarion to help the Vikings upend the Golden Eagles and finish fifth, CSU's highest conference finish since 2006. He was one match away from NCAA qualification and did not receive a wild card at his weight class. Justin Arthur did receive a wild card and finished in the top 12 at NCAAs, so as only a freshman Nick can claim a defeat of a top 12 wrestler. The team honored senior Corbin Boone, whose perseverance over the last 5 years is an inspiration to his teammates and much appreciated by the coaches. Corbin finished 5th at the EWL, claiming a victory over a Clarion wrestler who previously beat him Finally, assistant coach Steve Mitcheff produced a highlight film. You can watch it below.