At Princeton — 2015-16 (36-6): became the ninth wrestler in Princeton history to become an All-American when he placed eighth at the NCAA Championships; earned seventh seed heading into NCAAs and pinned Preston Weigel to clinch the All-American finish … became the first Princeton wrestler since 2003 to win an EIWA championship (197, Jadwin Gym); helped Tigers to best team finish since 1978 … earned first-team All-Ivy League honors and helped Princeton to first Ivy League championship match since 1986 … placed third at the Midlands Championships … had separate win streaks of 14 and 13 during the season … went 3-0 during the Grapple at the Garden day … won 16 of his 33 victories by major decision or better … won the Bearcat Open and the Navy Classic; Princeton won the latter, defeating two Top-25 teams in the process. 2014-15 (28-9): earned at-large bid for first NCAA Championships and won a consolation-round match despite suffering a foot injury … injury came prior to EIWA Championships and forced him to default as the third seed … earned second-team All-Ivy League honors after going 4-1 against the league … defeated two returning All-Americas in February (Brown's Ophir Bernstein and Penn's Lorenzo Thomas) … won the season-opening Binghamton Open and reached finals at Navy Classic … won four matches at Midlands to place eighth at the prestigious national event … split pair in Grapple at the Garden … won the team's Gifford Trophy as the top point scorer in team competition … four of his nine losses came to the same opponent (Wisconsin's Ricky Robertson). 2013-14 (28-13): ranked second on the team and first among all freshmen with 28 victories … represented Princeton at the EIWA Championships and placed fifth … won the F&M Open and placed fifth at the Navy Invitational … had key wins in comeback victories over Hofstra, Boston University and Columbia … won both matches during Princeton’s perfect day in the Grapple at the Garden … recipient of the team’s Hooker Trophy, annually to that freshman member of the Princeton wrestling squad who has shown the greatest improvement during the season.
At Norristown — four-time PIAA AAA state placewinner (8th, 4th, 3rd, 2nd) … went 190-24 in his career … ranked among top five nationally in his weight class by InterMat … finalist at the 2012 Beast of the East, the 2012 Super 32 Challenge and the 2011 Powerade … took third at the 2011 Beast of the East … finished third at the 2012 Ironman … placed second in his senior class of 375 students … member of the National Honor Society … three-time first-team honoree on the Pennsylvania All-Academic Squad.
Personal — Aug. 29, 1994 … son of Mark and Sandra Harner.