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  Scott Loescher
Scott Loescher

Player Profile
RS Senior

Portland, OR

High School:


Kerry McCoy on Loescher: "Scott has the potential to be one of the nation's best wrestlers. His ability to put guys on their backs really makes him exciting to watch. I believe if Scott continues to improve, he will have a stellar year."

2006-07 Season (Junior): Wrestled in 27 matches, including four duals, and picked up 16 wins ... Second on the team with nine wins by fall, the fastest in 33 seconds at the Fullerton Open ... Also won three matches by major decision ... Pinned first three opponents of the season ... Took second at the Bison Open with a 4-1 record on Nov. 11 ... Took third at the Reno Tournament of Champions with a 6-1 record ... Went on a season-high five-bout win streak in late December ... Earned the Tod Surmon Award for performance against Lehigh.

2005-06 Season (Sophomore): Stanford's starter at 157 pounds ... Scored 21 wins and five dual victories ... Led the team in pins ... Five of his pins were in less than one minute, including his fastest of the season, 14 seconds at the Cal Open ... Went on to take third place at the tournament ... Posted a four wins at the Las Vegas invitational ... Took fourth place at the Pac-10 Championships with a pair of wins, including a pin in 42 seconds ... In April, competed at the U.S. Senior Nationals Greco-Roman, picking up a first-round victory ... Followed with a fifth-place finish at the 2006 University Nationals at 74 kg in Greco-Roman ... Won four matches, two by fall ... Also competed in Freestyle, but withdrew due to injury.

2004-05 Season (Freshman): Finished with 21 victories, six of which came by fall ... Posted five dual wins and placed at three tournaments ... Placed fifth at the Central Missouri Open in November with four wins ... Took fifth-place at the Reno Tournament of Champions with five wins ... Recorded a victory at Midlands, with a fall at 1:26 ... Captured first place at the Menlo Invitational with a perfect 4-0 record ... Picked up his first dual victory with a fall at 2:22 ... Picked up a pair of dual wins in Iowa ... Competed at the Pac-10 Tournament, posting one win ... Captured eighth place at 74 kg at the University National Championships in April with a 5-3 record ... Wrestled his last three matches with a wrist injury.

2003-04 Season (Redshirt): Competed unattached throughout the season ... Scored two victories at the California Open ... Went 6-2 en route to a fourth-place finish in the Aggie Open at 149 pounds in January ... Finished third in Greco and fourth in Freestyle at the 2004 Junior World Team Trials at 163 pounds.

High School: A Greco-Roman Junior National Champion in 2003 ... Finished with All-American honors at the 2002 Junior Nationals in Greco ... Placed second and third in the Oregon state championships ... Finished second in the Greco-Roman at the West Junior Regionals and fourth in Freestyle in 2003 ... A Wrestling USA All-American ... Coached by Nathan Stanley at Clackamas High School.

Personal: A Management Science & Engineering major.

YearRecordDual RecordFallsTech. Falls
2004 Redshirted
2005 21-17 5-106 0
2006 21-19 5-86 2
2007 16-11 1-390
Career Totals 58-47 11-21 21 2
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