|| Jake Johnson
Johnson's Career Match-By-Match
2009-10 Season (Senior): A team co-captain ... finished his career with an 84-51 overall record ... his 84 career wins was just outside the all-time career wins list ... placed sixth at the Pac-10 Championships at 174 pounds ... posted a 19-17 overall record and scored 30 dual points on the year (9-8dual record)...tallied 3-2 records at both the Fullerton Open and the Reno Tournament of Champions ... completed the dual season with three consecutive wins over Pac-10 opponents ... recipient of the Toyo Tires Pac-10 Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... earned first-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors.
2008-09 Season (Junior): One of four team co-captains ... wrestled the first part of the year at 197 pounds then moved down to be Stanford's starting 184-pounder ... also wrestled three matches as a small heavyweight, and defeated Northwestern's Ben Kuhar in his first career heavyweight match ... took third at 184 pounds at the Pac-10 Championships, going 3-1 at the tournament ... only loss at the conference championships was a 2-1 decision to All-American Kirk Smith ... placed in all five tournaments he competed in ... finished the year with a 31-15 record and was the only wrestler on the team to post a 30-win season ... one of four team members to reach the 20-win plateau ... registered his 30th win of the year at the Pac-10 Championships, besting Oregon State's Brice Arand in the consolation semifinals ... nabbed his 20th win of the year against Jake Vetter of Army on Jan. 3 ... recorded his 50th career win at the Reno Tournament of Champions in December ... posted a 14-8 mark in duals ... led the team with nine major decisions and 31 wins ... also recorded five pins and a win by technical fall on the year ... won 11 of 16 matches against Pac-10 opponents ... added 52 team points to the Stanford effort, second most on the team ... won all three of his bouts at the season-opening Menlo Open to claim the 197-pound title ... posted a win for the Cardinal in the first dual of the year against Navy ... posted a 4-2 record at the Cowboy Open in November to take fourth place ... went 3-1 at the Oklahoma Open and finished second at 197 pounds, advancing to the title match before being defeated by a top-10 wrestler ... took sixth place at the competitive Reno Tournament of Champions with a 4-3 record ... upset the first ranked wrestler of his career at the tournament, knocking off No. 15 Tim Hawkins of Cal State Fullerton ... wrestled six ranked wrestlers during the year ... a first-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection and Academic All-American.
2007-08 Season (Sophomore): Stanford's starting 197-pounder ... finished the year with a 25-14 record and a 14-3 mark in duals ... won six of nine Pac-10 dual matches ... recorded his 20th win of the season against Menlo College ... third on the team with 59 dual points ... pinned five opponents and earned bonus points in ten matches ... went undefeated at the Menlo Open to start the year, pinning two of his three opponents ... won his first six matches of the year ... took fourth at the Central Missouri Open with a 5-2 record ... went undefeated in the team's five-dual trip to the East Coast ... finished sixth at the Pac-10 Championships ... a second-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection ... an NWCA Academic All-American.
2006-07 Season (Freshman): Competed in 14 matches as a true freshman and posted a 9-5 record ... ended the season on a four-match winning streak ... picked up a dual win against Menlo College ... posted a 3-2 record at the Reno Tournament of Champions and claimed his first collegiate title at the Menlo Invitational on Jan. 7 ... pinned his first collegiate opponent at the Southern Scuffle on Dec. 29 ... earned the Coaches' Award following the season.
High School: A 2006 graduate of Prior Lake High School in Savage, Minn ... a four-year letterwinner in wrestling ... captained the squad for three seasons ... a three-time a allconference honoree ... named to the all-state academic first team as a junior and senior ... a three-time team MVP ... section champion as a junior and senior ... a two-time state placewinner ... finished his senior season with a 39-2 record ... also lettered in soccer.
Personal: Son of Rick and Julie Johnson ... majoring in management science and engineering ... enjoys wakeboarding.
Johnson's Year-by-Year Statistics