2007-08: Sat out the entire season, training for the Olympics in Judo.
2006-07: Was ranked as high as ninth nationally during the season, and finished with a 23-4 record... Won the school's own Old Chicago/Northern Colorado open, as well as the NCAA West Regional... Finished 0-2 at the NCAA Championship, falling to North Carolina State's Darrion Caldwell and David Roberts of Cal Poly... Was named to the Western Wrestling All-Conference First Team.
2005-06: Redshirted... Finished the season with an overall record of 17-2 in open tournaments as an unattached wrestler... Took first at the Old Chicago/Northern Colorado Open (11/19/05) and claimed first at the UNK Loper Open (12/10/05)... Fastest pin was 3:03.
2004-05: Named Northern Colorado Male Freshman Athlete of the Year... His 19 victories ranked second on the team... Led the squad in dual victories and lost only one dual match, posting an 11-1 mark... Captured first-place honors at both the Wyoming Cowboy Open (Nov. 14) and the Old Chicago Northern Colorado Open (Nov. 21) at the 141-pound weight class... Earned Northern Colorado Student-Athlete of the Month honors for January after putting together a perfect month of competition at 5-0... Ended the season on a nine-match winning streak.
High School: A two-time Colorado state champion and a two-time state runner-up in Class 5A... Over his final two seasons as a prep, he compiled a record of 82-0 in winning the 130-pound championship in 2003 and the 135-pound title in 2004... Also an elite Judo competitor.
Personal: Born July 7, 1986, in Westminster, Colo... Son of Kenneth and Barbara Hashimoto... Placed 9th at the 2004 Judo Junior World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, which was the highest finish for a United States competitor in the event... Named outstanding male athlete at the U.S. Judo Federation Junior National Championships after posting a 4-0 record in the 66kg (17-20 year-old division).