2012-13: Compiled a 28-6 overall record on the year ... shared team lead for total wins, despite missing first month of action due to injury ... made second-straight NCAA Championship appearance ... NCAA West Regional champion at 157 pounds ... finished the regular season ranked 14th in the nation by InterMat ... also ranked 17th in both the RPI and coaches' panel rankings ... tied for second on the team with seven falls on the year ... scored bonus points in 23 of his 28 wins ... started the season with an individual title at the FHSU-Bob Smith Open ... placed second at the All-Academy Championships in February ... picked up three victories at the National Collegiate Open ... named WWC Wrestler of the Week on Feb. 26 ... recipient of the Wayne Baughman/A-10 Warthog Award ... first-team All-WWC honoree.
2011-12: Shared team MVP honors after advancing to round of 12 at NCAA Championships ... posted a 26-16 overall record on the season, ranking second on the team in total wins, including a 3-2 mark at the NCAA Championships ... upset a pair of nationally ranked wrestlers at NCAA's to fall just one win short of All-America status ... lone losses at NCAA Championships came to national champion Kyle Dake (Cornell) and third-place finisher Dylan Alton (Penn State) ... earned automatic bid to national championships by placing third at NCAA West Regional ... put together a 7-5 dual mark ... placed third in the Elite Division at the UNK Holiday Inn Open ... runner-up at the All-Academy Championships ... third-team All-WWC honoree.
2010-11: Air Force's starter at 149 pounds ... one of seven Falcons to surpass 20 wins for the season ... finished the year with a 25-19 overall record, including a 9-8 mark in dual action ... tied for third on the team in most falls with 10 ... placed second at the season-opening Cowboy Open ... finished sixth at the Kaufman/Brand Open ... placed third at the All-Academy Championships.
High School: Lettered four years in wrestling ... coached by Jim Sanchez ... five-time All-American ... three-time state finalist ... won one state title ... also lettered two years in cross country ... academic all-state honoree.
Personal: Member of cadet squadron 28 ... son of Steven and Dina Kreimier ... has eight siblings ... attended the Academy Prep School ... team captain for the Huskies ... placed third at NCWA national tournament ... named Outstanding Wrestler at regional ... majoring in management ... hobbies include anything outdoors, extreme sports, reading and writing ... craziest ambition is to become a world champion cup stacker.