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Morgan McIntosh
Morgan  McIntosh


Santa Ana, Calif.

High School:
Calvary Chapel






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Athlete Hour at THON 2013

Athlete Hour at THON 2013


Senior two-time All-American Morgan McIntosh will once again be among the contenders for the NCAA title at 197 this year. A third- place finisher last year after a 6-1 run through NCAAs, McIntosh heads into his senior season looking to become a three-time All-American. He has an NCAA title as his ultimate goal in New York City’s Madison Square Garden this coming March. Parents: Rebecca and Brooke McIntosh -- Major: Criminology.

Lion Career
#4 final coaches ranking/#3 final RPI...downed #18 Elliott Riddick of Lehigh in season opener on 11/9...pinned #10 Nick Bonaccorsi of Pitt (4:05) to clinch the Lions’ 24-12 victory at Pitt on 11/21...16-1 tech fall over Clarion’s Ryan Darch on 11/22...went 4-0 at Nittany Lion Open on 12/6 with two pins and two majors...pinned Maryland’s Rob Fitzgerald (0:51) on 12/11...went 5-1 at Southern Scuffle on 1/1-2 to place third; picked up two pins and downed the #12, #18 and #15 wrestlers, only loss a 2-1 dec. to #2 J’Den Cox of Missouri...dominated Rutgers’ Andrew Campollatano 8-2 on 1/16...downed #1 Scott Schiller of Minnesota 7-4 on 1/25...downed #8 Max Huntley 3-2 on 1/30...resounding 7-1 win over #6 Nathan Burak of Iowa on 2/8.

Big Ten Championships (3-0, Champion, NCAA Qualifier): 2015 Big Ten Champion with 3-0 run through tournament, including 5-4 win over #5 Scott Schiller of Minnesota and a strong 4-1 win over #3 Kyle Snyder of Ohio State in the final.

NCAA Championships (6-1, 3rd, All-American): Earned second All-American honor with third place finish at NCAAs..rebounded from quarterfinal loss to post 6-1 record and place third...beat #15, #13, #6 and #5 seed as well as defending NCAA champion and #1 seed J’Den Cox of Missouri.

Returned from red-shirt season in superb fashion, rolling to 5-0 mark at Binghamton Open to win title on 11/10, including three pins and two majors (majoring #15 Jace Bennett of Cornell 13-3 in finals)...returned to dual meet action after a red-shirt season with 8-2 win over Rider's Donald McNeil on 11/16...thrilling 4-3 (tb) win over Pitt's Nick Bonaccorsi in the BJC on 12/8...16-4 major over Iowa's Sam Brooks on 12/21 in Lions' 24-12 victory at Carver-Hawkeye Arena....went 5-2 with two majors to take fourth place at the Southern Scuffle on 1/1-2...strong 6-4 win over #16 Braden Atwood of Purdue on 1/12...strong 17-8 major over #17 Alex Polizzi of Northwestern on 1/19...pinned MSU's Nick McDiarmid (4:23) on 1/31...dominating 8-4 win over #1 Scott Schiller of Minnesota on 2/9, handing Schiller his first loss of the year...16-2 major over Oklahoma State's Kyle Crutchmer on 2/16...pinned Clarion's Danny Sutherland (3:11) on 2/23, the last of four straight pins in Penn State's dual meet finale in Rec Hall.

Big Ten Championships (2-1, Runner-Up, NCAA Qualifier): Advanced to Big Ten title bout at 197 with a 3-2 win over Iowa's Nathan Burak in semis...upset in finals by #5 Nick Heflin of Ohio State in SV2, 5-3.

NCAA Championships (5-2, 7th, All-American): Posted 5-2 mark at NCAA Championships in Oklahoma City to place seventh, earning All-America honors for the first time...grabbed wins over #13 Daniel Mitchell of America, #6 Richard Perry of Bloomsburg and #11 Nathan Burak of Iowa.

Red-shirt season...posted 12-2 mark in open tournaments...6 majors, a pin and a tech fall.

Majored Justin Ortega 13-5 in Intrasquad on 11/3...beat Bloomsburg's Richard Perry 6-0 in collegiate debut on 11/13...thrilled over 6K Rec Hall fans by nearly upsetting #2 Sonny Yohn of Minnesota on 11/20, losing 4-3 decision on last second takedown...went 4-1 and advanced to the finals of the 2011 Nittany Lion Open on 12/4, losing 12-9 to #20 Christian Boley of Maryland in the finals...went 3-3 with two pins to take sixth at Southern Scuffle, losing to #1 Cam Simaz of Cornell and close 4-3 dec. to #4 Matt Powless (on last second officials overrule)...picked up first Big Ten dual win with 7-5 dec. over Michigan State's John McDiarmid on 1/8...6-4 win over fifth-year senior John Schoen of Northwestern on 1/13...5-3 sudden victory win over Iowa All-American Grant Gambrall at 197 clinched Lions' 22-12 victory over Hawkeyes on 1/22...5-4 win without giving up takedown over #20 Andrew Campolattano on 1/29...dropped tough 4-3 decision to #4 Matt Wilps of Pitt on 2/19.

Big Ten Championships (2-2, 5th, NCAA Qualifier): Posted a 2-2 mark at first Big Ten Championship to take fifth place at 197 on 3/3-4...downed Ohio State's Campolattano 3-1 in opening round before losing to #3 and #7 ranked wrestlers.

2012 NCAA Championships (1-2): Went 1-2 at first NCAA Championship, picking up first round loss was to #1 seeded wrestler.

High School/Personal
Named the national High School Wrestler of the Year by Intermat, McIntosh won three state titles in California, capped off by a 189 pound crown in 2011 (he won the 189 pound title in 2010 and the 171 pound crown in 2009 and was 5th at 160 as a freshman). McIntosh had a 189-5 career record (including 128 pins), with all five losses coming his freshman season. He went 41-5 during his first year of high school wrestling, and then reeled off three straight undefeated seasons (43-0 in 2009, 59-0 in 2010 and 46-0 in 2011) and won the 2011 Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award. McIntosh won the Fargo Junior National Championship this summer.

Career Statistics
2011-12 18-10 8-2 (5-1) 10-8 (2-2/1-2) 3-0 0-1 3-0 25
2012-13 Red-shirt season
2013-14 32-5 15-0 (7-0) 17-5 (2-1/5-2) 5-0 0-0 13-0 61
2014-15 32-3 14-1 (8-1) 18-2 (3-0/6-1) 6-0 2-0 4-0 52
Career 83-18 37-3 (20-2) 45-15 (7-3/12-5) 14-0 2-1 20-0 138
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