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2014-15: Woodburn had a strong season in his first full season with the Cowboys. He recorded a 17-8 record. He recorded six pins and two tech falls on the season. He won the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Open going 4-0. He appeared in one dual for the Cowboys falling to No. 20 Trey Andrews of Northern Colorado in sudden victory.
2013-14: Asked to step in right away as a mid-year transfer, Woodburn provided valuable contributions for the Pokes throughout the spring semester. Just days after arriving in Laramie, Woodburn faced Oklahoma's eighth-ranked Cody Brewer in a dual. The highlight of his campaign was a pin of Northern Colorado's Jesse Meis in 4:51 in the Feb. 7 dual. He went 9-14 for the season with three falls and four major decisions.
Prior to UW: Woodburn finished his redshirt season at Oklahoma State with a 7-8 mark in 2012-13. He was fourth at the Oklahoma Open, and wrestled in the OCU, UCM and Lindenwood opens. He had five bonus-point wins, including three major decisions, a technical fall and a fall.
High School: Woodburn was a four-time state qualifier and two-time state champion while at Claremore High School in Oklahoma. He compiled a 130-18 career mark and earned all-state status in 2012.
Personal: Woodburn was born in Stillwater, Okla., and he is the son of Eddie Woodburn and Mitzi Holloway. He has two siblings, Tommy and Lantz. His father was an All-American wrestler at Oklahoma State in 1986.