As a Sophomore: Competed in 11 of 12 dual meets compiling a record of 2-9 … finished the season a combined 5-17 in the 174-pound weight class … competed in the West Virginia Open, East Stroudsburg Open and the Millersville Invitational … in the East Stroudsburg Open, he defeated Lehigh’s Travis Frick and Boston College’s Brad Shumlock before being defeated by PJ Jones from Harvard in wrestlebacks … scored largest victory of the season over Rob Black of Pittsburgh in wrestlebacks at the West Virginia Open, 10-6.
Redshirted in 2000-2001: Wrestled three matches at 184 pounds at the East Stroudsburg Open … beat Clint Grant of Gloucester County College, 3-0 … compiled a 2-1 record.
As a Freshman: Compiled a 4-15 overall record at 184 pounds ... started the final seven dual matches for the Terps and posted a 2-5 record ... competed in his first ACC tournament, but lost in the opening round to Virginia's Ryan McGrath ... defeated Howard's James Blanton, 10-3, to help Maryland win its seventh dual match of the year ... decisioned Delaware's Rashaan Torian, 4-3, as the Terps won 43-0 over the Hornets ... earned wins in both the Congressional Cup and Wilkes Open ... appeared in five tournaments for Maryland.
Before Maryland: Earned three varsity letters for wrestling at Rancocas Valley Regional High School … captain during his final two seasons … team finished 14-2 his final year … state qualifier at 189 pounds … two-time all-conference selection … district champion … compiled a 72-13 overall record … two-time all-conference selection for football … captain of football team as a fullback and linebacker … team went 18-9 during his career ... graduated from the same high school as Terp basketball player Danny Miller.
Personal: Mark Joseph Reid … son of Barbara and Mark Reid … born April 13, 1981 … graduated from high school with a 3.76 GPA … father Mark was an ACC champion at heavyweight in 1972 for the Terps … brother Sean, 22, played football for William & Mary from 1994-98 … also recruited by Central Connecticut State, Rowan and LaSalle … majoring in elementary education … chose Maryland because of its academics and beautiful campus.
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2000-2001 SEASON (redshirt): 1-2 ESO W Clint Grant (Gloucester County College)3-0 ESO L Jon Sauve (Unattached-Penn State) F4:28 ESO L Brandon Mihalko (Unattached-ESU) 7-4
1999-2000 SEASON (freshman): 4-15 WVO L Fabian Sciulla (Pittsburgh) 6-3 WVO L Eikrel Darzanoff (Seton Hall) 13-9 ESO L Chad Eckert (Bloomsburg) 5-1 ESO L David Dinin (Harvard) 5-3, sv WO L Charlie Conway (Western Maryland) F2:48 WO W David Dinin (Harvard) 6-2 WO L Randy Stout (Cornell) 5-2 *BU L Gbenga Akinnagbe (Bucknell) 11-4 CC W Jess Alford (Carson-Newman) 9-2 CC L Steve Sinkovich (Hofstra) F1:57 CC L Adam Turner (George Mason) 2-1 *DU L Tom Cass (Duke) 7-4 *VA L Ryan McGrath (Virginia) 14-6 *DS W Rashaan Torian (Delaware State) 4-3 *OD L Chris Harrington (Old Dominion) 3-0 *HU W James Blanton (Howard) 10-3 *AU L Josh Schroeder (American) F0:46 ACC L Ryan McGrath (Virginia) 10-2 ACC L Nick Richmond (North Carolina) TF17-1