197 pounds
Year: Senior
Hometown: Brockport, N.Y.
High School: Brockport


As a Junior (2012-13): Had a 27-8 record at 197 pounds and notched 14 dual victories...his 27 wins were the third most on the team...knocked off No. 14 Mike Salopek of Virginia, 7-2, to capture his second straight ACC championship...earned All-ACC honors for a second time...NCAA qualifier...recorded 10 bonus-point victories including five falls...won his second consecutive Brockport/Oklahoma Gold title...took third at the prestigious Nittany Lion Open.

As a Sophomore (2011-12): Finished the year with a 31-3 record...led the team in wins...perfect 14-0 in dual competition...won the ACC title at 197 pounds with a 13-3 major decision over North Carolina's Zac Bennett in the final...earned All-ACC honors...ranked as high as No. 5 at 197...won the 197-pounds title at the Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Invitational with a 8-6 overtime decision against then-No. 19 Dan Rinaldi of Rutgers...won the championship at the Nittany Lion Open after defeating then-No. 9 Daniel Mitchell of American in the semifinals and then-No. 10 Morgan McIntosh of Penn State in the finals...placed third at the prestigious Midlands Championships...4-0 in matches decided in overtime...earned the most improved wrestler award at the team banquet.

As a Redshirt Freshman (2010-11): Went 21-12 on the year...earned the starting spot at 197 pounds...placed third at ACC Tournament after topping top-seeded Mike Salopek 5-2 in consolation finals...won individual title at Shorty Hitchcock Open...won five of his final six matches to end the season...earned first pin of the year in 6:28 against George Mason's Jimmy Webb...pinned KaRonne Jones in the consolation semifinals of the ACC Tournament in 6:51.

As a Freshman (2009-10): Served a redshirt season ... went 17-10 in open competition at 197 pounds ... recorded a pin-fall in his first collegiate match, pinning Andrew Lejara of Rutgers in 6:58 ... went 3-0 to capture the 197-pound title at the Fall Brawl in Collegeville, Pa., on Nov. 14 ... won his first four matches at the East Stroudsburg Open before dropping a 4-2 decision in the title match.

Before Maryland: Lettered three years in wrestling for Brockport...finished with 142-8 record...finished 3rd in state as a junior and senior...two-time All-America selection...2008 NHSCA Junior National Champion.

Personal: Son of George and Kathryn Boley...has three brothers, George, Mahnseah and Iron, and one sister, Gabrielle.

Boley's Career Statistics
Year W-L Dual Record Falls Tech Falls Major Decisions
2009-10 17-10 0-0 4 0 0
2010-11 21-12 7-7 2 1 3
2011-12 31-3 14-0 2 0 5
2012-13 27-8 14-3 5 1 4
Total 96-33 35-10 13 2 12
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