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David Michaud
Position: 184 Weight Class
Year: Junior
City/State: Pine Ridge, S.D.,
High School: Pine Ridge High School
2010-11
Won the Warren Williamson/Daktronics Open in the 174-pound bracket after four-straight wins by fall, with the quickest in one minute three seconds ... named Outstanding Wrestling at the Dak Open ... finished his junior season with a 9-6 overall record, including 5-6 in duals and 2-2 in the Western Wrestling Conference ... went 6-0 in falls on the season, with the quickest in 1:03 ... did not compete in the NCAA West Regional due to injury ... named to the WWC All-Academic Team with a 3.368 GPA in journalism


2009-10

Finished his sophomore season with an 11-8 record and six pins ... named to the third-team all-Western Wrestling team with a third-place finish at the West Regional (3/6) ... after losing by decision in the opening round, Michaud blitzed through the wrestlebacks, winning his final three matches to place third at the regional, and added another win with a victory in the true-second match, although, true-second matches do not count toward final regional placing ... placed second at 184 at the Warren Williamson/Daktronics Open, including a 24 second pin in the semi-finals (11/7 )... defeated Patrick Prentice of Northern Colorado via pinfall in 1:21 (2/14) ... pinned Kenny Moenkedick of North Dakota State in 2:13 (2/18 )... named the Most Improved wrestler on the team

2008-09

Wrestled in two matches as a freshman late in the season; against North Dakota State and Northern Iowa’s #18 ranked Alex Dolly at 184 pounds

Before SDSU
Recorded a first-place finish in his senior season at 189 pounds ... Finished his high school career with a 91-19 record including a 15-1 senior season ... placed sixth in his junior season at 189 pounds and second at 160 pounds in his sophomore campaign ... as a freshman placed eighth at 145 pounds ... was a member of the all-state football team ... all-conference selection in baseball ... held a 4.0 grade point average, named valedictorian and a member of the National Honor Society