2012-13: missed entire season after suffering a knee injury; withdrew from school. 2011-12: won 31 matches, second-most on the team, despite injuring his knee in regular season finale … earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Championships and won a match in the consolation round … placed third at prestigious Midlands Championships, going 5-1 during the weekend and losing only to the top-ranked wrestler in the nation … earned second-team All-Ivy League honors … won 13 straight regular season matches at one points … represented Princeton at the EIWA Championships, but defaulted with knee injury. 2010-11: won 12 matches at 133 pounds during his freshman season while splitting time with Tony Comunale … won the season-opening Central Jersey Open … won three matches to place second at the Bearcat Open … won twice at the Southern Scuffle.
Won three Maryland state championships … posted a career record of 148-6 … ranked as high as 15th nationally at his weight class … earned High School All-America honors … first-team All-Academic honors … recipient of Maryland's Wendy's High School Heisman award … state recipient of Dave Schultz Award … National Honor Society Most Outstanding Student … first-team All-Met by The Washington Post … recipient of the Michael S. Trilling Award … Maryland Distinguished Scholar … earned four varsity letters.
Born June 12, 1992 … full name is Richard Adam Krop … son of Richard and Tyleen Krop … father is a general contractor; mother is a school secretary … has an older brother Justin, a younger brother Billy and a younger sister Annie … interested in economics.