2008-09: Posted a 22-13 record as a junior for the Panthers...One of five Panther wrestlers to notch a sub-one minute fall, pinning Robert Joyce (Northwestern) in :45...Qualified for his second NCAA Tournament after winning the 133 pound title at the Eastern Wrestling League Championship for the second consecutive year...Opened the season with back-to-back bonus-point wins at the Michigan State Open, finishing in fourth place with a 3-2 mark...Won the 133 pound title at the Keystone Classic with a 4-0 mark, helping the Panthers to a second place team finish...Went 5-2 at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational with both losses coming to the No. 1 ranked wrestler Jayson Ness (Minnesota) to take fourth place...Went 7-5 in dual matches...Avenged a 4-3 loss to Ricky Deubel (Edinboro) in the finals of 133 pound weight class at the EWL Championship, winning 5-2...Went 1-2 at the NCAA Championships, including a 17-5 major decision over Matt Bonson (Virginia).
2007-08: Posted a 19-16 record on the year as the starter in the 133-pound class...Earned a 9-6 record in dual competition...Tallied eight bonus-point wins during season...Posted a 2-2 record at both the Las Vegas Invitational and Midlands Championshps...Finished first at the EWL Championships, automatically qualifying him for the NCAA Tournament...One of three returning wrestlers with NCAA Tournament experience.
2006-07: Jimmy Conroy broke into the starting lineup as a true freshman at 125 and 133 pounds...Served as the primary backup to Drew Headlee for part of the season...Earned a 4-1 dual record and also had three falls, one technical fall and three major decisions...Placed third at the Edinboro Open and fifth at the Cornell Body Bar...Competed against Clarion and Lock Haven in league duals and picked up two victories.
HIGH SCHOOL: Conroy was a four-time New Jersey state placewinner, the first person in his school's history to accomplish that feat...Won state title as a sophomore and was a runner-up his junior and senior years...Placed third at states as a freshman...Four-time county and district champion...Holds school and county records for most wins...A 2004 Asics All-America Team honorable mention...Compiled a record of 144-8 under coach Kevin McCann...Two-time cadet All-American in freestyle...Selected to the all-tournament team as a cadet his junior year...Also competed in cross country.
PERSONAL: Born May 7, 1988...Son of James and Karen Conroy...Has two brothers, Jonathan and Jeffrey.
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