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 Mike Macklin

2017-18 (Junior): Posted a 3-13 record while wrestling at 125 pounds ... posted one win by fall, one by technical fall and one by major decision ... went 1-2 in duals, with first career dual win coming by fall over Army West Point's Trey Chalifoux ... placed fourth at the Lock Haven Classic (Dec. 29).

2016-17 (Sophomore): Went 1-4 while competing exclusively in tournaments at 125 pounds ... win came at the Bearcat Open ... also wrestled at the Navy Classic.

2015-16 (Freshman): 5-10 record ... two wins by tech fall ... one win by major decision ... wrestled at five tournaments, posting a season-high three victories at the Michigan State Open ... also had wins at the Bearcat Open and Navy Classic ... wrestled at 165 pounds.

Before Bucknell: Earned four letters in wrestling at Damascus High School ... also member of ice hockey and co-ed volleyball teams ... wrestling team captain for two years ... two-time Maryland state champion, winning 106-pound title in 2013 and 113-pound crown in 2014 ... finished 2014 campaign with perfect 46-0 record ... led Damascus to three straight state dual championships ... team finished with a 102-1 record over four years ... recipient of the 2015 Richard J. Monisera Award as the senior with the most MCPS Tournament points ... two-time All-Academic First Team ... two-time team MVP ... finished career with 172-14 record, ranking second among wrestlers at Maryland public schools ... 102 career pins. 

Personal: Michael Abraham Macklin … born October 4, 1996 in Rockville, Maryland … son of Richard and Deborah Macklin … has three siblings, Rachel, Joe and T.J... majoring in mechanical engineering.

Position: 125
Year: Junior
Hometown: Gaithersburg, Md.
High School: Damascus
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