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Andy Hrovat

Wrestling

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2007-08 Team USA Ranking: No. 2 at 84 kg/185 lbs.
Years on Team: 2 (2006-08)
Residence: Ann Arbor, Mich.
Club: New York AC
College: Michigan
High School: Cleveland, Ohio (St. Edward)
Born: Jan. 21, 1980 in Cleveland, Ohio
Height: 5-10

Competition Results:
          2008: Second in U.S. Nationals... 
          2007: Henri Deglane Challenge champion... Third in Hargobind International (Canada)... Second in Alexander Medved International... Third in Sunkist Kids International Open... Pan American Games silver medalist... Second in U.S. World Team Trials... Third in U.S. Nationals... Second in Kiev International... Fifth in Takhti Cup (Iran)... Third in Ivan Yarygin International (Russia)... 
          2006: New York AC Holiday International Open champion... DNP in World Championships... U.S. World Team Trials champion...Fifth in U.S. Nationals...Second in Poland Open International...Fourth in Dave Schultz Memorial International.
          2005: Henri Delgane Challenge champion...NYAC Holiday Championships gold medalist...Fifth in U.S. Nationals...Seventh in U.S. World Team Trials...Sunkist Kids International champion...Second in Dave Schultz Memorial International.
          College: Attended the Univ. of Michigan, where he was a three-time All-American and was coached by Dale Bahr and Joe McFarland... Seventh in 2002 NCAA Tournament... Fourth in 2001 NCAA Tournament... 2000 NCAA Tournament qualifier... Eighth in 1999 NCAA Tournament... Earned a degree in General Studies... 
          High School: Attended St. Edward High School, where he was coached by Greg Urbas... 1997-98 state champion... Second in 1996 state tournament...

Personal:
Son of Bob and Ardith Hrovat... Has one brother, Bradley, and two sisters, Elizabeth and Natalie... Currently Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Michigan wrestling team... Hobbies include thrift store shopping...

CAREER NOTES:

  • 2007 Pan American Games silver medalist
  • 2006 U.S. World Team Trials champion
  • Second in 2007 U.S. World Team Trials
  • Third in 2007 U.S. Nationals
  • Fourth in 2001 U.S. World Team Trials
  • 2001 University Nationals champion
  • Three-time NCAA All-American at the Univ. of Michigan