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Bio Biography and History Related to the Years 2021?2022: In his first full season back with OSU since the 2018-19 season, he went 25-1. Earned his third Big 12 championship, making him the 36th three-time champion in school history. He was the No. 2 seed at 133 pounds and had a perfect 21-0 record heading into the NCAA Championships. defeated No. 31 Kyle Burwick of WIS, No. 15 Kai Orine of NCST, No. 10 Chris Cannon of NW, and No. 3 Michael McGee of ASU to reach the finals. To earn All-America honors for the third time in his career, Fix pinned Northwestern’s Chris Cannon in the first period of their quarterfinal match. However, Fix lost the finals match 3-2 to No. 1 Roman Bravo-Young, a rematch of last year’s championship match. Throughout the season, he was a bonus-point machine, leading the team with six falls, six major decisions, and five technical falls. In addition, he topped the Cowboys in both takedowns (90) and near-falls (13) (13) In two separate stretches during the season, he won five matches in a row, each time with bonus points, earning him USA Wrestling Athlete of the Week honors on February 15. His two victories at Bout at the Ballpark that day made him the first wrestler to ever represent his country and university on the same day. Competed for the United States, defeating Ecuador’s Guesseppe Rea by technical fall (10-0), and then defeating No. 3 Austin DeSanto by decision (5-3), his third career victory over the Hawkeyes. The highest finish by an OSU athlete at the World Championships since 1993. Earned a silver medal at the World Championships in Oslo, Norway in October. Took home his first of two Academic All-Big 12 Second Team awards in his career in 2022… This is his third time being named a NWCA Scholar All-American (he also did so in 2019 and 2021).
After making his return to the Cowboys lineup on February 14 at the Cowboy Challenge Tournament, the 2020-21 season was a banner one for him as he finished with a 13-1 record. Triumphed 6-1 over Oklahoma’s Tony Madrigal to claim his second Big 12 title… Has twice in his career been the top overall pick at the NCAA Tournament… defeated NCAA tournament No. 32 seed Cole Rhone of Bloomsburg, No. 17 seed Malyke Hines of Lehigh, No. 8 seed Chris Cannon of Northwestern, and No. 4 seed Austin DeSanto of Iowa. Took second place at the national tournament for the second time in his career after losing a close match in sudden victory (4-2)… to No. 2 Roman Bravo-Young of Penn State. Finished the year with a team-high six pins, two of which came at the NCAA Championships, and four during the regular season, giving him the most pins on the team. Eleven of his victories that year were by bonus points thanks to two technical falls and two major decisions.