Wilson wins Pac-12 Wrestling Freshman of the Year April 3, 2014 0 Comments Share tweet Do-Hyoung Park Managing Editor of Sports By: Do-Hyoung Park | Managing Editor of Sports The Pac-12 announced on Thursday that redshirt freshman Jim Wilson has been named the Pac-12 Wrestling Freshman/Newcomer of the Year after an outstanding campaign in which he helped pace the Cardinal to the most dual wins in a season in school history. Stanford’s Jim Wilson (right) was named the Pac-12 Wrestling Freshman/Newcomer of the Year after a season that saw him compile a 35-8 record. (SAM GIRVIN/The Stanford Daily) Wilson finished with a 35-8 overall record, including a Pac-12 title in the 165-pound weight class and a 2-2 showing as the No. 16 seed in his weight class at the NCAA Championships. With his 35 wins, he tied former NCAA champion Matt Gentry ’04 for the second-most wins in a freshman season in program history, while his Pac-12 title made him the first Stanford freshman to win a conference title since 1993. During the regular season, Wilson at one point owned a 15-match winning streak — the team’s longest streak of the season — while starting all but two meets at 165 pounds. As a true freshman in 2012-3, Wilson competed unattached at 165 pounds, earning a 15-3 record and a title at the Roadrunner Open while finishing first at the California Collegiate Open. Contact Do-Hyoung Park at dpark027 ‘at’ stanford.edu. jim wilson Wrestling 2014-04-03 Do-Hyoung Park April 3, 2014 0 Comments Share tweet Subscribe Click here to subscribe to our daily newsletter of top headlines.