UW brings home six tournament titles in Elite brackets
UW Hosts Cowboy Open and Ranking Matches
Each qualifies for World Team Trials in June
Cowboys place 17 in top six
Several Pokes honored for successful season
Career record: 13-13 (7 falls)
2012-13: A strong finish to the season was the highlight of O'Leary's action in 2013. He was the winner of four of his last seven bouts, all by fall. O'Leary capped off his season with a second-place showing at 133 pounds in the Utah Valley Open, winning three bouts by pin. He had at least two wins in four of the five tournaments in which he competed. He went 10-9 overall, but had six pins to tie for fifth among all Cowboys. He had the team's fourth-fastest pin of the season, sticking Brenden Turner of Northwest College in just 55 seconds in the Utah Valley Open.
O'Leary went 2-2 at 63 kilograms (138.75 pounds) in FILA Junior Nationals in April 2013.
2011-12: O'Leary struggled with consistency early on, but found a groove later in the season, placing in his last three tournaments. His best finish of the season came at the FHSU-Bob Smith Open. O'Leary was second in that event with four wins, three by fall. He placed third at the UNK Loper Open and fifth in the Rocky Mountain Open. He went 15-10 overall, with five pins, two technical falls and three major decisions.
He was named as one of two Outstanding Academic Freshmen by the UW coaching staff.
High School: O'Leary was a four-year letter winner in wrestling at Francis Howell High School, and was a three-time Missouri state tournament qualifier. He was second in 2010, and third in 2009. He won his conference tournament from 2009-10. He received Academic All-Conference honors from 2008-11, and also was on the honor roll all four years of high school.
Personal: O'Leary was born in Florrisant, Mo., and he is the son of Dan and Marshell O'Leary. He has an older sister, Mandy. He is studying bioengineering and wants to pursue a career in the medical field. He also received interest from Bucknell, Appalachian State and Chattanooga.