|| Drew Headlee
NCAA ALL-AMERICAN 2005
EWL CHAMPION 2007
NCAA QUALIFIER 2005, 2007
Drew Headlee finished the season 22-9 overall with six falls and five major decisions...Went 16-6 in tournament action this season...Won the Body Bar Invitational...Named Wrestler of the Week by the EWL in November...Placed at the Southern Scuffle (5th)...Placed at the Las Vegas Invitational (5th)...Took first in the EWL Championship with a 4-2 decision over WVU's Mike Anderson.
Drew Headlee had a medical redshirt due to an injury.
Headlee started his season with a victory in dual competition at ISU en route to a season with All-America honors...Placed in the Michigan State Open (8th)...Mat Town Invitational (3rd)...Las Vegas Invitational (6th)...EWL Championship (3rd) and finished eighth at the NCAA Championships.
Headlee pinned his first opponent in the Michigan State Open and never looked back, going 18-6 in his freshman campaign with a second-place finish in that season-opening tournament...Won the Mat Town Invitational at 125 pounds and pinned Ryan Broughman of Virginia Tech in his first EWL Championships match...Had a total of seven falls and four major decisions among his victories, scoring bonus points in 11 of his 18 wins.
Headlee was a four-time letterwinner for Waynesburg Central High School under head coach John Yates...Compiled a career record of 137-28, including a 32-8 season record his senior year...A three-time state championship qualifier, placing first as a junior and fourth as a sophomore...Won WPIAL Section championship each year...A two-time Cadet Greco-Roman runner up in 2000 and 2001...Placed fourth in the Cadet Freestyle in 2000...Competed in Junior Freestyle Nationals, placing seventh in 2002 and sixth in 2003...Placed seventh in the Junior Greco-Roman Nationals in 2000...Participated in soccer (team captain), cross country (PIAA qualifier) and track...Member of the National Honor Society.
Born May 17, 1985...Son of Ron and Karen Headlee...Has one brother...An architectural studies major.