Cole VonOhlen
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    Cole VonOhlen

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Jackson, Minn.

    High School:
    Jackson County Central

    Weight:
    149

    03/22/2013

    Air Force Wraps Up Competition at NCAA Championships

    VonOhlen finishes in round of 12

    03/21/2013

    Falcons Conclude Opening Day at NCAA Championships

    VonOhlen, Kreimier, Martinez advance to Friday's action

    03/19/2013

    Air Force Wrestlers Head to NCAA Championships

    Falcon quartet seeks All-America honors

    01/08/2013

    Cole VonOhlen Named WWC Wrestler of the Week

    Senior finished as runner-up at the Southern Scuffle Jan. 1-2

    12/21/2012

    03/15/2012

    Cole VonOhlen Interview - NCAA First Round

    Junior Cole VonOhlen discusses his opening-round victory at the 2012 NCAA Wrestling Championships.

    03/08/2013

    Air Force vs. Northern Colorado

    The Falcons picked up a 35-9 WWC victory over the Bears on Senior Day.

    11/04/2012

    Blue-Silver Match

    The Silver team picked up a 26-13 victory over the Blue team in the Falcons' annual Blue-Silver Scrimmage, held Oct. 24.

    04/07/2012

    All-Academy Championships

    Air Force hosted the 2012 All-Academy Championships on Feb. 5, placing second in the team standings.

    04/05/2012

    Air Force vs. Wyoming

    The Falcons hosted the Cowboys on Senior Night on Feb. 2.

    03/12/2012

    Air Force vs. Cal Poly

    The Falcons score a 30-15 victory over Cal Poly on Jan. 21.

    Team captain for 2012-13 season ... enters senior season with 112 career victories and .862 career winning percentage.

    2011-12: Team co-captain ... ended season with 37-4 overall record, including a 35-2 mark in the regular season and a perfect 13-0 dual ledger ... surpassed 100 career victories, becoming the first Air Force athlete to do so since the 2001-02 season ... just the second Falcon to reach the mark as a junior ... shared team MVP honors ... earned third NCAA bid in as many seasons ... entered NCAA Championships as the third seed at 149 pounds ... won 19 straight matches heading into the national tournament ... advanced to round of 12 at NCAA Championships, coming just one win short of All-America status ... captured West Regional title for second-straight year ... recipient of the Falcons' Most Falls Award for the third-straight season, recording 11 pins ... captured first place at the Hokie Open to begin the season ... captured first place at the UNK Holiday Inn Open ... runner-up at both the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and the Reno Tournament of Champions ... in February, captured his second career All-Academy Championship title ... two-time WWC Wrestler of the Week honoree ... also named Air Force Athlete of the Week twice.

    2010-11: Ended season with 44-9 overall record ... his 44 wins led the nation, while ranking tied for third-most in school history ... ranked among the top 10 wrestlers in the nation at 141 pounds ... team co-MVP ... Falcons' lone NCAA qualifier for second-straight season ... posted a 2-2 record at the national tournament ... earned automatic bid to NCAA Championships with first-place finish at West Regional ... named NCAA West Regional Outstanding Wrestler by posting three wins (one fall, two technical falls) without allowing his opponents to score a single point ... won 20 of his last 21 matches entering the NCAA Championships, with 10 falls, five technical falls, three major decisions and two forfeits in that stretch ... compiled a 16-1 mark in dual competition, including a perfect 6-0 record in Western Wrestling Conference action ... led Falcons with 14 falls on the season, with a fastest fall of 39 seconds ... won the Elite Division at the Cowboy Open to begin the season ... placed third at the Kaufman/Brand Open, his lone loss coming to All-American Mike Thorn of Minnesota ... finished fourth at the Southern Scuffle in late December ... placed third at All-Academy Championships in February ... three-time WWC Wrestler of the Week honoree ... also named Air Force Athlete of the Week twice.

    2009-10: Finished season with 31-9 overall record ... team MVP ... Western Wrestling Conference Freshman of the Year ... Falcons' lone NCAA qualifier ... runner-up at NCAA West Regional (141) ... second-team All-WWC honoree ... finished regular season ranked 18th in the nation by Intermat ... posted a 13-2 dual record, including a 5-1 mark in WWC duals ... led team in falls on the season with 12 ... won the Elite Division at the Cowboy Open to begin the season ... placed sixth at the Kaufman-Brand Open after suffering an injury during the meet ... missed two weekends of action due to the injury ... had a strong performance at the Southern Scuffle in late December, placing fifth overall ... went on to win 11 of his next 12 matches, the lone loss a 6-4 decision to 14th-ranked Chris Drouin of Arizona State ... took first place at All-Academy Championships, posting three falls in as many matches ... two-time WWC Wrestler of the Week ... also named Air Force Athlete of the Week.

    High School: Lettered four years in wrestling ... coached by Randy Baker ... two-time state champion ... three-time state finalist ... also lettered four years in track and field ... all-state performer in the pole vault.

    Personal: Member of cadet squadron 21 ... son of Nick and Ellen VonOhlen ... has one sister, Ariel (29) ... attended the Academy Prep School ... was an NWCA national champion and outstanding wrestler ... hobbies include rock climbing, paddle boarding and jeeping ... craziest ambition is to "fight a grizzly bear with a samurai sword."

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