As a Junior (2004-05): Sidelined by injury for most of the season ... saw his only action of the season at the Southern Scuffle (12/28/04), losing a pair of matches.
As a Sophomore (2003-04): Second on the team with 17 wins ... earned first career major decision with a 14-5 win over Old Dominion's Mike Davis (2/14/04) ... picked up an ACC win over Duke's Daniel Schvartsman in overtime (2/7/04) ... 6-2 decision over Daniel Lobsenz in a decisive win over American (1/28/04) ... helped give Maryland the early lead against North Carolina (1/23/04) with a tough 8-6 win over Travis Sickle ... fifth-place finish with a 5-2 decision over Terry McKim at the Hitchcock Classic (1/4/04) ... finished fifth at the Penn State Open (12/7/03).
As A Redshirt Freshman (2002-03): Compiled a record of 5-7 on the year ... finished in fourth place at the Hitchcock Memorial Classic ... had two pins on the season with the fastest one coming against Brandon Ayres of Duke in 0:34 ... finished with a record of 1-2 in dual matches ... wrestled in the 133 weight class.
As a Freshman (2001-02): Finished with a final record of 5-6 ... won the opening match of all three tournaments he entered ... defeated American's Victor Acquaah-Harrison by a score of 16-1 in the West Virginia Open for his largest margin of victory on the season.
Before Maryland: PIAA Sectional Champion at Hatboro-Horsham High School ... national qualifier ... state qualifier ... member of Pa. vs. N.J. All-Star Team ... second in Pennsylvania in Greco-Roman ... fourth in Pennsylvania in freestyle ... member of USA vs. South Africa and USA vs. Canada teams ... also lettered four years in cross country.
Personal: Jason S. Gribschaw ... son of Andy and Bonnie Gribschaw ... one brother, Robert ... chose Maryland over Bloomsburg, East Stroudsburg, Lock Haven, Penn State and Ursinus ... majoring in physical education.
Gribschaw's Career Statistics Year W-L Dual Falls Tech. Falls Major Dec. 2003 5-7 1-2 2 0 0 2004 17-16 5-7 2 0 1 2005 0-2 0-0 0 0 0