Evan Gros
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    Evan Gros

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Lake Orion, Mich.

    High School:
    Lake Orion

    Weight:
    197

    01/13/2013

    Air Force Defeats Northern Iowa, N.M. Highlands in Dual Action

    Falcons earn first win over UNI since 2002

    01/22/2013

    Air Force (JV) vs. New Mexico Highlands

    The Falcons captured a 28-15 victory over New Mexico Highlands in JV competition on Jan. 13.

    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.

    03/12/2012

    Air Force vs. New Mexico Highlands

    On Jan. 21, Air Force defeated NMHU, 44-0, in varsity action, while the 'B' team earned a 34-10 victory over the Cowboys.

    2012-13: Put together an 8-4 mark on the season ... recorded three falls, including a fastest fall of 48 seconds.

    2011-12: Compiled an 8-6 overall record ... finished sixth at the UNK Holiday Inn Open (Elite Division).

    2010-11: Posted a 10-8 overall record, primarily at 184 pounds ... earned one win by fall ... captured fourth place at the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Open ... named to WWC Coaches' Honor Roll.

    High School: Lettered four years in wrestling ... coached by Doug Kline and Cory Kuzinski ... four-time state placewinner ... state champion as a senior ... state runner-up as a junior ... placed fifth in the state as a freshman and seventh in sophomore year ... team advanced to state semifinals two straight seasons ... two-time team captain ... holds school record for career wins with 216 ... also lettered three years in football ... advanced to state finals as a senior.

    Personal: Member of cadet squadron 39 ... son of James and Kathy Gros ... has three siblings ... attended the Academy Prep School ... majoring in systems engineering management with a focus in operations research ... plans to become a pilot ... hobbies include camping, hiking, exploring caves and hanging out with friends ... craziest ambition is breaking a rule.

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