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    Jameson Oster
    Jameson Oster

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Homer Glen, Ill.

    High School:
    Lockport

    Height / Weight:
    5-8 / 141



    11/11/2013

    NU Names October Sports Performance Athletes of the Month

    Juniors Anna Edwards of softball, Jameson Oster of wrestling earn honor

    11/11/2013

    NU Names October Sports Performance Athletes of the Month

    Juniors Anna Edwards of softball, Jameson Oster of wrestling earn honor

    05/24/2013

    'Cats Officially Close 2012-13 Season at Banquet, Golf Outing

    NU hands out awards at annual banquet

    02/20/2013

    Dual Season Concludes Saturday at Indiana

    Final test before 'Cats begin postseason at 2013 Big Ten Championships

    02/14/2013

    Nonconference Finale Takes NU to South Dakota State

    First meeting between two teams since November, 2010

    2013-14 Northwestern Match-by-Match Results Get Acrobat Reader

    2012-13 Northwestern Match-by-Match Results Get Acrobat Reader

    2013-14: Redshirt season...Went 26-8 wrestling unattached...Won 141 lbs. title at Wisconsin Open (12/7)...Won title at UW-Parkside Tournament (12/7) by recorded a fall over UW-Whitewater's Matt Adcock at 1:43...Took first at Duhawk Open in Dubuque, Iowa (141), winning four matches...Won first two matches of the season at Michigan State Open...Competed at Eastern Michigan and Wisconsin Open, winning seven consecutive matches...Recorded four wins at Cleveland State Open (12/14)...Competed unattached at 51st Midlands Championships...Recorded six consecutive wins from 2/1 to 3/2 at Duhawk Open and the National Collegiate Open...Ended year winning final four matches at National Collegiate Open (3/2).

    2012-13: Went 6-6 on the year at 141 ... 2-3 in duals ... two falls, a major decision and tech fall ... Placed second at the 2012 Keystone Classic ... Wrestled at Midlands ... Pinned No. 20 Kevin Fanta of Northern Illinois during the dual season.

    2011-12: Lone true freshman starter for Northwestern this year ... Went 12-14 overall and 7-7 in dual action at 133 lbs. ... Won seven-straight matches from Nov. 20-Dec. 29 ... Placed third at the Keystone Classic ... First collegiate match was against No. 7 Ryan Mango of Stanford ... Third on the team with eight falls ... Won first Big Ten dual on Jan. 8, pinning Wisconsin's Shane McQuade in 6:27 ... All three of his Big Ten dual wins came with bonus points ... Pinned MSU's Brandon Fifield and 11-0 major decision over Indiana's Joe Duca ... Competed at the 2012 Big Ten Championships ... Wrestled at 2012 FILA Junior National Championships (April, 2012) ... Finished runner-up at 138.75 lbs./63 kg to qualify for the U.S. Junior World Team Trials.

    High School: Finished top-four at the IHSA state tournament all four years of his career and won the 2009 state championship at 119 pounds ... Four-time regional and sectional champion ... Overall career record of 153-12, setting the all-time wins record at Lockport High School ... Helped Lockport win first-ever regional championship in 2010 ... 2011 Illinois Freestyle state champion at 135 pounds ... Cadet Freestyle All-American (fifth place) and FILA Cadet All-American (sixth place) ... Member of Illinois team that defeated Minnesota for Cadet National Duals freestyle championship in 2009 ... Trained at Overtime School of Wrestling.

    Personal: Born Jameson Michael Oster ... Son of Martin and Cathy Oster ... Three older brothers ... Brother Jake was a four-time Division III All-American and a national champion at Elmhurst College ... Oldest brother Josh was an assistant coach at Lockport for eight years and took over as head coach following the 2011 season ... High school teammate of NU's Kevin Bialka ... Chose Northwestern over Illinois ... Major is undecided.

    Season Overall W-L Dual Meet W-L Big Ten W-L Dual Points For-Against Big Ten Champs. Pins For-Against Tech Falls For-Against Major Dec. For-Against
    2011-12 12-14 7-7 3-5 38-29 DNP 8-4 0-0 2-4
    2012-13 6-6 2-3 0-1 9-9 -- 2-0 1-0 1-0
    Career 18-20 9-10 3-6 47-38 -- 10-4 1-0
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