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    Scott Schatzman
    Scott Schatzman


    Chesterfield, Mo.

    High School:
    Parkway Central

    Height / Weight:
    5-6 / 141

    1998-99: NCAA qualifier at 141 pounds ... Fourth place at Big Ten Championships ... Third on the team with a 21-7 record despite missing the first part of the season due to injury ... Finished seventh at the Midlands Championships ... Began the season by winning his first 10 matches ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    1997-98: All-American ... Eighth place at NCAA Championships, third at Big Ten Championships ... First place at Michigan State and Northern Opens ... Fifth at Midlands Championships ... Led Wildcats with 32-9 overall record ... 13-3 record in dual meets ... Won first 12 matches of the year ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    1996-97: Did not see any dual meet action in order to obtain a redshirt year ... Posted impressive 7-2 mark in limited action ... Took second place at the Michigan Open ... Also competed at the Northern Open, posting a 4-1 mark.

    1995-96: Placed seventh at NCAA championships to earn All-America honors at 126 pounds ... Won five matches at the NCAA meet ... Big Ten Freshman of the Year ... Compiled most wins on the team with a 32-8 record, second fewest losses on team ... 13-1 dual meet mark, only loss coming to defending national champion Jeff McGinness of Iowa (9-4) ... Michigan Open champion at 134 pounds ... Placed seventh at Midlands championships.

    High School: Posted a spotless 149-0 record in his four years at Parkway Central ... Four-time state champion ... Ranked No. 1 in the country by Rob Sherrill's Prep Wrestling, Coast-to-Coast ... Recorded a 40-0 record with 26 falls and five technical falls as a senior ... His winning streak is the third-longest in national high school history ... Freestyle and Greco-Roman champion in 1994 ... Also finished seventh at the 1993 Cadet World Championships in Greco-Roman.

    Personal: Born Scott Allan Schatzman on 10/11/76 ... Son of Joel and Beverly Schatzman ... Communication studies major.