As a Redshirt Junior (2015-16): Had an outstanding year in open tournament competition, winning two tournament titles while finishing 17-3 overall…led the team in technical falls with six…won final eight matches to end the season, which included five victories by tech fall…started off the season with 4-0 showing at the Wolfpack Open, before retiring due to medical forfeit (11/22)…won four straight matches at Nittany Lion Open after dropping opening bout (12/6)…picked up 15-8 win over Tom Page (American) at Midlands Championships (12/29)…went unbeaten at Shorty Hitchcock Open to claim 149-pound title, notching tech falls over Kutztown’s Jalen Palmer (Kutztown) and Virginia’s Chris Yankowich (1/16)…won National Collegiate Open 149-pound Championship with five consecutive wins (3/5)…knocked off three straight opponents by tech fall to advance to NCO semifinals…defeated Joey Moon (North Carolina) before beating Troy Hellman (North Carolina) 8-3 in the final (3/5).
As a Redshirt Sophomore (2014-15): Accumulated 17 wins in a talent laden Big Ten 141-pound division…led the team with four wins by tech fall…rose to as high as No. 11 in the nation…began the year with three wins, including one by fall at the Terrapin Duals (11/2)…defeated Rylan Lubeck of Wisconsin in the Terps’ inaugural Big Ten match (11/14)…won the TCNJ Open with a 4-3 win over Tyson Dippery of Rutgers in the final (11/22)…defeated Michael Waters of Penn State in dual action (12/11)…realed off three straight wins to begin the Midlands, including two by tech fall, before pushing national finalist Devin Carter of Virginia Tech in a close match (12/29)…defeated Cory Wilding of Navy (1/11)…notched a win over Conrad Rangell of Minnesota (2/8).
As a Redshirt Freshman (2013-14): Recieved an at-large bid to the NCAA Championships after a season that saw him climb to as high as No. 8 nationally ... finished third on the team in dual points scored (44) ... defeated No. 15 Joe Spisak of Virginia to start a late season six match winning streak ... started the season 11-0 including a victory over then No. 4 Mike Nevinger of Cornell ... captured the 141-pound title at the Roadrunner Open.
As a Freshman (2012-13): Served a redshirt season and wrestled in open competition...went 32-9, the second-most wins on the team...placed second at the National Collegiate Open to earn All-American honors...had 15 bonus-point victories including five falls and five technical falls...including his second-place finish at the National Collegiate Open, had seven top-four finishes in open competition...won gold at the Messiah Open...placed second at the East Stroudsburg Open...finished third at the Wilkes Open and F&M Open...took fourth at the Clarion Open and Shorty Hitchcock Open.
Before Maryland: Tallied 178 career victories at Central Dauphin High School...2012 Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) AAA state finalist at 132 pounds...three-time PIAA AAA state medalist...four-time Beast of the East medalist and 2011 finalist...three-time Powerade Christmas Wrestling Tournament medalist...two-time Super 32 medalist.
Personal: Full name is Shyheim Joseph Brown...son of Tisharra Brown...born Sept. 9, 1994, in Harrisburg, Pa...majoring in family science.
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