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Cameron Wade
Cameron Wade

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Twinsburg, Ohio

High School:
St. Peter Chanel

Height / Weight:
6-3 / HWT

Position:
HWT

Experience:
SR


05/08/2012

Four Nittany Lions Earn National All-Academic First Team Honors

National Champion Nittany Lions Sport 3.03 Team GPA

04/02/2012

SEASON WRAP-UP! Nittany Lion Wrestling Season Ending Notes!

Relive the championship run with the season-ending notes releaes/pdf!

03/29/2012

Eleven Nittany Lion Wrestlers Earn Academic All-Big Ten Laurels

All-Americans Molinaro, Taylor and Wright lead the charge

03/28/2012

Sixty-Three Nittany Lions Earn Winter Academic All-Big Ten Recognition

Penn State has a total of 3,915 honorees during 18 years of the program

03/17/2012

Alton Takes Third as Penn State Heads into National Finals with Second NCAA Crown in Range

Barring loss of team points, Nittany Lions clinch second straight national title

NATIONAL QUARTERFINALIST
Senior Cameron Wade, a national quarterfinalist last season before an injury sidetracked his All-America run, heads into the 2011-12 season looking to challenge for the title at heavyweight. Wade finished just one win shy of All-America status as a junior and will be among the nation's top big men again this season.

Lion Career
2010-11:
Majored `10 national qualifier Zac Walsh in season opening dual at Bloomsburg on 11/12...lost heart-breaking 4-2 tie-breaker decision to #1 Zach Rey of Lehigh on 11/14...went 2-1 at Sprawl and Brawl Duals on 11/21, including pin (dropped tough decision to No. 6 D.J. Russo of Rutgers)...hammered the field at the Nittany Lion Open on 12/5, going 5-0 with three techs, a major and a pin to take the title...pinned Lock Haven's Harry Turner at the 2:15 mark on 12/12...pinned Ohio State's Zach Stolarsky in just 2:06 for Big Ten dual win on 12/19...went 6-0 with three pins to win the title at the 2010 Southern Scuffle on 12/29-30...downed #12 Clayton Jack of Oregon State in the semis and #7 Ben Apland in the finals (win over Apland forged tie for tourney co-title with #1 Cornell in tournament's final bout)...went 3-1 at Virginia Duals on 1/7-8 with wins over #14 Josh Wine of VMI and #8 Ben Apland of Michigan, lost to #13 Brendan Barlow of Kent State...downed #3 Ryan Tomei of Pittsburgh on 1/21 and then shut-out #14 Ricky Alcala of Indiana 6-0 on 1/23...Big Ten Wrestler of the Week on 1/25...pinned #10 Ben Apland of Michigan at the 5:32 mark on 2/6...2-0 win over #8 Tony Nelson of Minnesota on 2/13 ....downed #10 Eric Bugenhagen of Wisconsin on 2/18.

Big Ten Championships
(2-2, 5th, NCAA Qualifier): Went 2-2 at 2011 Big Ten Championships, getting major over Michigan's Ben Pland in 5th-place bout to provide Penn State with final team point to claim 2011 Big Ten Wrestling title.

NCAA Championships
(2-2, `round of 12'): Won two straight at NCAAs to advance to quarterfinals before an injury forced a default in national quarters...could not rebound and lost close sudden victory bout in `round of 12' to finish just one win shy of All-America status, going 2-2 in Philadelphia.

2009-10:
Ranked No. 20 by Intermat...notched convincing 15-0 technical fall over Brendan Herlihy in intrasquad...solid opening weekend, dropping 5-2 decision to #6 Zach Rey of Lehigh on 11/13 and pinning Bloomsburg's Zach Walsh on 11/15....went 2-1 at Sprawl and Brawl Duals on 11/22, including pin and a 9-2 win over No. 11 Chris Birchler of Edinboro...went 5-1 at the 2009 Nittany Lion Open to take fifth place...did not wrestle at Reno TOC on 12/20...solid 3-1 at Virginia Duals on 1/8-9, including wins over #17 Brendan Barlow of Kent State and #12 Nathan Fernandez of Oklahoma...only loss a close 3-0 dec. to #2 Jared Rosholt of Oklahoma State...went 2-0 in opening Big Ten weekend, including 10-4 win over #20 Corey Morrison of Ohio State on 1/24...4-0 win over Wisconsin's Eric Bugenhagen on 1/31...pinned Northwestern's Marcus Shrewsbury on 2/5 then pinned Michigan's Ben Apland on 2/7 for two Big Ten falls in less than 48 hours...6-1 win over MSU's Alan O'Donnell on 2/12...upset by Minnesota's Ben Berhow 4-2 in season finale on 2/19.

Big Ten Championships
(2-2, 5th): Went 2-2 to take fifth place at Big Tens on March 6-7 in Michigan.

NCAA Championships
(2-2, DNP): Went 2-2 in Omaha during his first trip to NCAAs...including 8-3 win over No. 8 seed Ryan Tomei of Pittsburgh.

2008-09:
Solid showing at MSU Open, going 4-2 with four pins...lost 4-1 to #14 Nate Everhart of Indiana and 4-1 to Michigan's Chad Bleske...pinned Michigan State's Alan O'Donnell...Wade made his Penn State dual meet debut with a 4-2 win over Hofstra's Jordan Enck on 11/16...very strong trip to New York on 11/21-23, going 2-2...two losses were a close 7-6 loss to #10 Zach Hammond of Cornell and close 6-2 loss to #8 Joe Fendone of Edinboro...picked up dual clinching win against Virginia and added a pin in win over Binghamton....lost close 6-3 decision to #18 Dustin Rogers of West Virginia on 12/14...went 3-1 to take second at Wilkes Open on 12/28 (one win and one loss in that tournament do not count towards overall record)...went 1-2 at National Duals on 1/10-11, downing Boise State's Sam Zylstra; only losses were closes 4-2 decisions to both #2 Mark Ellis of Missouri and #17 Tucker Lane of Nebraska...lost first two Big Ten duals at Indiana and Purdue on 1/23 and 1/24...got first Big Ten dual meet win with 4-0 victory over Iowa's Brody Ambrose on 2/8...pinned Michigan State's Steve Andrus on 2/13 (3:30).

Big Ten Championships
(2-3, 6th): Wade placed sixth in his first Big Ten tournament but did not receive a bid to nationals...reeled off wins against #6 seed Corey Morrison of Ohio State and #7 seed Eddie Phillips of Michigan.

2007-08:
Red-shirt season.

High School/Personal
Wade was a two-time Ohio State Champion for St. Peter Chanel High School...was a three-time finalist...Cadet National runner-up and placed fourth at high school nationals.


Career Statistics
YEAR OVERALL DUALS (B10) TRN (B10/NCAA) F TF M Pts.
2010-11 30-8 15-4 (7-1) 15-4 (2-2/2-2) 9-0 3-0 3-0 64
2009-10 22-11 13-6 (6-2) 9-5 (2-2/2-2) 7-0 3-0 1-0 56
2008-9 15-14 7-9 (2-3) 8-5 (2-3/0-0) 5-1 0-0 0-0 27
2007-08 Red-Shirt Season
Career 71-33 35-19 (15-6) 32-14 (6-7/4-4) 21-1 6-0 4-0 147
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