Ryan Flynn
Ryan Flynn
Height: 5-7
Weight: 133
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Eagleville, Pa.
High School: Marple Newtown
Major: Mechanical Engineering

2015-16: Saw action in 39 matches as a junior as he went 30-9 ... had two pinfall wins ... recorded six technical falls ... had nine major decisions ... won his second straight Mideast Regional championshiop at 133 pounds ... he went 4-0 at the regional championships as he recorded a major decision, a pinfall win, a one point decision and a three point win in the championship bout ... qualified for the national championships for the second straight year ... he went 1-2 at nationals with a win over seventh seeded Romeo Riley ... lost in the quarterfinals and then in his first consolation bout match ... has 91 career wins for fifth on the all-time wins list ... was an NWCA Scholar All-American.

2014-15: Wrestled 50 matches as a sophomore ... posted a record of 39-11 at 133, one win shy of tying the single-season school record ... totaled five pin falls, two technical falls, a team-high 16 major decisions and 14 decisions ... recorded a 20-match win streak ... captured the 133-pound title at the Messiah Open ... posted a record of 4-0 at the NCAA Mideast Regional Championships to capture the 133-pound title ... Named the NCAA Mideast Region Most Outstanding Wrestler ... only Spartan to qualify for the NCAA DIII Championships in 2014-15 ... NWCA Scholar All-American

2013-14: Concluded his freshman year with a 22-12 record at 133 pounds … finished with five pins, one major decision, one tech fall, and 13 decision wins … finished sixth at the NCAA DIII Mideast Regional Championships ... NWCA Scholar All-American.

Personal: Is a mechanical engineering major ... is the son of Steve and Christine Flynn ... born on February 25, 1995 ... wrestled for Don Tabar at Marple Newtown High ... was a Buckskin Classic Champion ... was a PIAA State Qualifier for AAA class while at Marple Newtown ... was on the Honor Roll and a Student Athlete of the Month ... is a three-time NWCA Scholar All-American.

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