Freshman Matt McCutcheon downs top-seed at 184 to move into semis
Junior Luke Frey heads into the 2014-15 campaign after a season cut short by injury in 2013-14. Frey has already had an impact at 149 during his years at Penn State and is ready to challenge for time on the mat for the Nittany Lions in the new campaign. Parents: Denise and Schuyler Frey -- Major: Biobehavioral Health.
Lion Career 2013-14: Frey went 5-4 in an injury shortened campaign...posted a pin and two majors...went 0-1 at Bearcat Open in Binghamton on 11/10...posted 5-3 mark at Southern Scuffle on 1/1-2/14 in Chattanooga as well.
2012-13: Posted 13-4 record in tournament action for Penn State at 149...went 6-1 at Nittany Lion Open on 12/1...4-2 at 2013 Southern Scuffle, finishing seventh...runner-up at National Collegiate Open on 2/24 with 3-1 record...had five majors and a tech fall.
2011-12: Red-shirt season...went 9-1 in open tournaments as an unattached wrestler with three tech falls and two majors.
High School/Personal: Luke Frey was a standout at Lycoming County's Montoursville High School where he was a Pennsylvania state champion and took second, third and fourth during four stellar high school years. Frey, the No. 39 ranked recruit in the nation at any weight by Intermat, leaves MHS with a 157-5 career record. He won the 103 pound title as a freshman, going 42-1. Frey took fourth at 112 the next year with a 41-2 mark and then placed second at 135 in 2010, finishing the year with a 33-1 record. In 2011, Frey placed third at 140 and concluded his senior season with a 41-1 record. He is the son of Denise and Schuyler Frey.