At Princeton — 2014-15 (18-11): knocked off the second and third seed en route to his first EIWA championship match at 149; he lost 2-0 to All-America Chris Villalonga of Cornell … runner-up finish helped Princeton place seventh as a team … earned automatic berth to the NCAA Championships, where he won twice in the consolation draw; both NCAA losses came by two points … competed at Midlands and earned the starting spot at 149 midway through the season … earned All-Ivy League Honorable Mention after going 3-1 in the Ivy League … went 14-7 at 149 and 4-4 at 157. 2013-14 (2-3): split first four matches of the season before suffering season-ending knee injury against Army … earned win in victory over Drexel during the Grapple at the Garden. 2012-13: missed entire season after suffering a knee injury; withdrew from school. 2011-12 (19-14): led all Princeton freshmen with 19 wins … earned the starting position at 133 pounds and held it through the Harvard match, where he suffered a knee injury … returned to compete at the EIWA Championships, where he won twice and placed eighth, despite wrestling with a torn ACL … won twice at the Midlands Championships … topped Brown in his Ivy League debut.
At MacArthur — posted a career record of 95-16 and was a three-time NHSCA All-America honoree … placed in the top seven three times, including a career-best finish of second at 125 pounds during his senior year … two-time section champion … team captain … voted the Sectional Wrestler of the Year as a senior; he placed third in the 2011 New York state championships, and he placed fifth at the Super 32 championships … two-time Nassau County champion … member of the National Honor Society, the World Language Society and the National Society for High School Scholars.
Personal — born Aug. 9, 1993 … son of the late Hubie Perez and Debbie Perez … father was a retired NYPD sergeant; mother is a secretary … has two younger brothers, Justin and Brian … enjoys lifting weights and music.