2014-15: Became a three-time NCAA qualifier with a fourth-place finish at the ACC Championships • Beat NC State’s Pete Renda and scored a major decision over Duke’s Trey Adamson to get the league’s final automatic qualifying spot • Finished 23-15 overall and 12-5 in duals as the starter at 174 pounds • Had seven major decisions and a tech fall on the year • Won seven straight in the middle of the season, including three by major decision • Finished second at the Hokie Open and sixth at the Roadrunner Open.
2013-14: Earned an automatic bid to NCAAs at 165 pounds for the second year in a row after finishing second at the ACC Championships • Defeated Josh Snook of Maryland and Chris Moon of Virginia Tech before falling in the final • Finished 15-14 overall and 9-7 in duals, including a 4-2 mark in conference competition • Had one pin and three wins by major decision • Had a pair of wins at the Southern Scuffle • Dropped a pair of tight decisions at nationals and defeated Penn's Casey Kent in the first consolation round • Beat No. 32 Nijel Jones of NC State in regular season action.
2012-13: NCAA qualifier at 165 pounds • Finished third at the ACC Championships • Finished 28-13 on the year, including an 11-4 mark in duals and a 3-2 record in league action • Won nine times by major decision, six times by technical fall and once by pin • Defeated No. 9 Josh Veltre of Bloomsburg at the NCAA Championships • Finished fourth at the Nittany Lion Open and fifth at the Hokie Open and the Wolfpack Open • Closed out the win over Duke with a technical fall victory over Ramdy Roden.
2011-12: Redshirted at 165 • Wrestled to a 28-11 record • Went 6-1 at the Wolfpack Open to earn third place as an unattached wrestler • Placed fourth in the Hokie Open as an unattached wrestler • Collected three major decisions, two technical falls and two pins, with his fastest pin clocking in at 0:49.
Prep: Attended Plymouth Whitemarsh High School • Turned in a perfect 43-0 season as a senior as he captured the state title • Also won the Beast of the East competition • Two-time section, district and regional champion • Placed third in the state as a junior • Helped lead his team to the Disney Duals Championship along with the Junior Olympics Championship • Was 168-12 during his high school career • Member of the Honor Roll • Also played lacrosse and football.
Personal: John Michael Staudenmayer is the son of John and Adrienne Staudenmayer • Birthday is Nov. 24 • Born in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania.
|Hometown:||Plymouth Meeting, Pa.|
|High School:||Plymouth Whitemarsh|