Harms finishes second at 285 pounds
It is the most champion at Reno Tournament of Champions under head coach Mark Branch
28 teams will wrestle in War Memorial Fieldhouse
Garcia records four pins
2014-15: 12-9 (2 falls)
2015-16: 15-11 (2 falls)
Totals: 27-20 (4 falls)
2013-14: Polson had a strong redshirt season finishing his first year with the Cowboys on a high note. He sported a 12-9 overall record appearing in five tournaments. He recorded two pins, five technical falls and one major decision. He placed third at the Utah Valley Open with a mark of 4-1.
2013-14: Polson racked up 13 wins in his redshirt season, and placed in three open tournaments throughout the year. After an up-and-down start, he posted 10 wins in his last four events. He was fifth in the UNK Holiday Inn Open, and made the title match in both the Viking-Warrior Open and U.S. Western National Open. Of his 13 wins, eight came via bonus points. He had three falls, three technical falls and two major decisions. He wrestled in the ASICS Junior National Championships in April 2014, going 1-2 at 74 kilograms (163 pounds).
High School: Polson was a two-sport standout for Valor Christian High in Highlands Ranch. He was the team leader in takedowns all four years in wrestling and was a two-time team captain. He finished sixth at state wrestling as a junior and was the state runner-up as a senior. He also was a member of Valor Christian's four-time state champion football team, was named a team captain as a senior and was Honorable Mention All-State.
Personal: Born in Denver, Colo, he is the son of Chuck and Shalon Polson. He has two siblings, Chalcey and Payton. His father Chuck Polson played linebacker at Wyoming from 1993-96.