It is the most champion at Reno Tournament of Champions under head coach Mark Branch
Seven Cowboys come up big in second team win of season
UW brings home six tournament titles in Elite brackets
UW Hosts Cowboy Open and Ranking Matches
Each qualifies for World Team Trials in June
2014-15: 21-11 (1 fall)
2015-16: 6-8 (1 fall)
Totals: 40-24 (2 falls)
2014-15: Elliott had a breakout season with the Cowboys. He ended the season with a 21-11 record going 6-4 in dual matches. He finished the season with one pin and one technical fall to go along with two major decisions. He opened the season with eight straight wins. Winning the Northwest open and finishing second at the Cowboy open. He also placed fourth at the Reno Tournament of Champions.
2012-13: Redshirting in his first season with the program, Elliott wrestled in six tournaments at 149 pounds. He went 18-11 with four pins and four major decisions. He won four bouts in the Cowboy Open and was victorious six times in the Fort Hays Bob Smith Open. He capped off the year with a third-place showing at the Utah Valley Open. Elliott was unbeaten versus WWC foes, going 2-0 over the season. He finished his season at FILA Junior Nationals in Las Vegas in April, going 1-2 at 66 kilograms (145.4 pounds).
High School: Elliott lettered in wrestling all four years of high school for Oakmont, and he was a multiple honoree on the mat. He won the California state title as a junior, and was an All-League, All-Division and All-State honoree in his junior and senior seasons. He was an NHSCA All-America honoree and ASICS/Vaughan Junior and Cadet National Championships All-America recipient as a senior, considered one of the toughest high school events in the nation.
Personal: Elliott is the son of Stuart and Kimberly Elliott. He has two siblings, Brock and Morgan. He has not decided on a major at UW. He also received interest from Cal Poly, Oklahoma State, Boise State and Northern Iowa.