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Nahshon Garrett

Nahshon Garrett

Nahshon Garrett is a 4x All American wrestler and former Division 1 NCAA champion for Cornell University's Big Red team. Garrett has been praised for both his work in folkstyle and freestyle, having earned a place on the 2018 World Championships US Squad, a tournament he tragically missed due to injury. Nahshon has also placed in other important tournaments such as the Dave Schultz International and Fargo Nationals.

Nahshon Garrett Wrestling


High School
- 1st Place CIF State championships (2010, 2011)

NCAA D1 All American (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
Ivy League Wrestler of the Year (2013, 2014, 2016)
- 1st Place NCAA D1 Championships (2016)
- 1st Place EIWA championships (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
- 2nd Place NCAA D1 Championships (2014)
- 3rd Place NCAA D1 Championships (2013)
- 5th Place NCAA National Championships (2015)

- 1st Place Guelph International (2017)
- 1st Place World Team Trials Challenge (2018)
- 1st Place Guelph International (2017)
- 1st Place University Championships (2014)
- 2nd Place U.S. Open (2017, 2018)
- 2nd Place Dave Schultz International (2017)
- 2nd Place University World Team Challenge (2014)
- 5th Place Outstanding Ukrainian Memorial (2018)
- 4th Place Greco-Roman Junior Fargo Nationals (2010)
- 6th Place FILA Junior Nationals (2012)
- 7th Place Freestyle Junior Fargo Nationals (2011)
- 8th Place Freestyle Junior Fargo Nationals (2010)

- 61 kg / 134.5 lbs

- Chico High School
- Cornell University

Nahshon Garrett Biography

Nahshon Garrett was born on August 21, 1993, in Chico, California, United States. He is the son of Golden Sizemore and Alvin Garrett and grew up with two brothers and four sisters.

Garrett started wrestling at the age of 13 in Chico High School, under the guidance of Keith Rollins, a coach that became a huge influence in Nahshon's development as an athlete.

After he conquered two state titles for Chico High, Nahshon wrestled for the prestigious Cornell University, where he earned a degree in developmental sociology (2016). While working on his academic development, the 5'4” - 133-pound wrestler became a real force for the Big Red program, earning a record for wins in a season for a freshman with 43 victories.

After earning All American status in his first 3 years at Cornell, and a particularly hard 2015 season, riddled with injuries and draining weight cuts - which Garrett described as the "worst wrestling experience of my life" - during his senior year Nahshon finally conquered the elusive NCAA title he had fought for, for many years. Adding to it the 2016 EIWA Wrestler of the Year award.

After graduating from Cornell, Nahshon moved to Arizona State University to train at the Sunkist Kids wrestling program, a famous club that produced over 50 Olympic medalists since its inception in the 1970s. Nahshon did well in Arizona, making the 2018 US team for the World Championships, an event he failed to compete in after suffering a devastating injury days before the tournament.

In 2019, Nahshon Garreyy moved to Tennessee to train for the 2020 Summer Olympics.

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