As a Sophomore (2006-07): Posted a record of 10-7 on the season, going 8-3 in dual meets after missing the beginning of the season to an injury ... defeated Daniel Tulley of Duke and North Carolina's Daniel Llamas in the ACC Tournament ... finished the regular season with four consecutive wins ... defeated George Mason's Bill Widener in the season finale (2/17/07) ... beat Anthony Fuschino of American by major decision (2/16/07) ... beat Duke's John Barone with a pin in just 50 seconds (1/27/07) ... won two matches in one day against Delaware State's Shawn Nowrey (tech. fall) and Duquesne's Jared Ricotta to help Maryland to a two-win day (1/7/07) ... had an impressive win against Princeton's Gordon Scharf, winning by technical fall in just under three minutes (12/10/06) ... won his first match of the season against Rider's Mike Miller (12/9/06).
As a Redshirt Freshman (2005-06): Went 4-4 on the year including a 2-1 record in dual meets ... Picked up two wins at the Avalon Duals (11/12/05) ... Sixth at Cornell's Body Bar Classic (11/19/05).
As a Freshman (2004-05): Redshirted season to gain more experience ... extremely impressive in open competition, compiling a 17-4 record at 184 pounds ... finished second at the East Stroudsburg Open (11/20/04) ... took third place at the Penn State Open (12/5/04) ... took second place at the Edinboro Open (2/19/05), losing only to nationally ranked Alex Clemsen of Edinboro.
Before Maryland: One of the nation's top recruits out of Northampton High ... two-time state champion ... lost just two matches over his final two seasons ... three-time district champion ... three-time team captain ... set school record with 156 wins ... also broke the 19-year old District II record for career wins ... represented Pennsylvania at the Dapper Dan Classic.
Personal: Full name is Joshua Michael Haines ... son of Vicky and Ed Haines ... born May 17, 1985 ... has one sister, Angela ... lists restoring cars as one of his hobbies ... cites his parents as his biggest influence ... selected Maryland over Virginia, Pitt, Nebraska, Penn State and NC State, among others ... majoring in criminology and criminal justice.
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