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Matt Kaylor

Matt Kaylor
Class: R-Senior
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 165
Hometown: Ballston Spa, NY
High School: Burnt Hills

Junior Season (2010-11):

  • Compiled record of 28-11 overall, 17-5 in duals
  • Captured first CAA crown and received automatic berth to NCAA Championship at 157 lbs.
  • Ranked as high as No. 15 by W.I.N. magazine
  • Placed third at BU Open, and fourth at Cornell Body Bar Invitational
  • Recorded a team-high eight major decisions
  • Earned CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award

Sophomore Season (2009-10):

  • NCAA qualifier who won opening match at nationals
  • Earned wild card berth to NCAAs
  • Placed fourth at CAA Championship
  • Compiled record of 35-20 overall, 14-9 in duals
  • Racked up team-high nine major decisions with five pins and pair of technical falls
  • Placed third at New York State Championship, fifth at BU Open, sixth at Cornell Body Bar and eighth at Penn State Open

Freshman Season (2008-09):

  • Overall record of 25-20 with 11 dual wins
  • Earned 43 team dual points
  • Placed fourth at CAA Championship at 149
  • Won match vs. No. 17 Michigan
  • Earned five major decisions, one technical fall and one pin

Redshirt-Freshman Season (2007-08):

  • Won more than 10 matches at open tournaments

Before Binghamton:

  • Five-year member of wrestling team at Burnt Hills H.S.
  • Two-time Section II champion
  • Three-time Section II class B champion
  • Placed in NYS tournament twice
  • Holds school records in career wins, and most wins and pins in a season
  • Also a member of the 2007 football team which won the Section II Class A championship


  • Parents are Matthew and Diane Kaylor
  • Majoring in education

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