2005 NCAA Championships: Went 1-2 in his first appearance at the NCAA Championships...Lost a tough first round match by tiebreakers, 4-3, to All-American Mitch Hancock from Central Michigan...Notched his lone victory over Edinboro's Eric Ring, 7-4...Was eliminated by Hofstra's Paul Simeon, 5-1.
2005 Big Ten Championships: Finished fourth in his first career appearance at the Big Ten Championships...Scored a major-decision victory over No. 19 Kelly Flaherty of Wisconsin, 16-6, in the quarterfinals...Perservered through a concussion, a cut that required stitches and his teeth being displaced to defeat his former teammate, No. 13 Nick Roy of Michigan, 3-2 in triple overtime. Took a medical forfeit in the consolation finals.
2004-05: Finished the season ranked as high as No. 12 in some polls...Finished second on the team with three technical falls...Upset then-No. 4 Eric Hauan of Northern Iowa, 5-2, and then-No. 9 J.J. Holmes of Eastern Michigan, 6-4, at the 2004 Midlands Championship on the way to a sixth-place finish...Went 4-1 at the 2004 MSU Open, taking second place...Won nine of his last 13 matches...Lost only once in Big Ten dual competition to No. 4 Jake Herbert of Northwestern...Set career highs in dual-meet victories with seven and overall wins with 19.
TRANSFERED FROM MICHIGAN FOLLOWING THE 2003-04 SEASON AT MICHIGAN-2003-04: Finished third at the Eastern Michigan Open with a 5-1 record.Earned 5-3 win over Minnesota's Jon Duncombe...Posted a 1-3 record at the National Duals...Posted a 1-1 record at the Lonestar Duals, falling to Penn's Matt Herrington 11-3...Competed at the Cliff Keen Invitational, posting a 2-2 record.
AT MICHIGAN-2002-03: Earned a 10-5 decision over Boise State's Pat Owens at the National Duals...Competed at the Cliff Keen Invitational, compiling a 2-3 mark...Recorded a fall at 2:24 over North Dakota State's Thad Pike at the Cliff Keen Invitational... Earned first dual meet victory with a 8-4 decision over Cleveland State's Matt Klinger...Took seventh place at the Michigan State Open with a 4-2 record.
AT MICHIGAN-2001-02: Redshirted...165-pound champion at the Edinboro Open, compiling a 4-0 record...Earned his first career technical fall at the Cleveland State Open, defeating Slippery Rock's Chris Shertzer 15-0...Posted a 4-2 record at the Cleveland State Open en route to a third place finish...Finished fifth at the Eastern Michigan Open with a 5-2 record.
Prep: Finished with a record of 177-15...State finalist at 152 his senior year...Also earned County Wrestler of the Year honors as a senior...Finished third at 152 in 2000...Four-time conference champion and two-time district champion...Captained wrestling team in his final three years and football team in his junior and senior seasons...Named conference Player of the Year, first-team all-metro and first-team all-county in his senior football season...Vice president of National Honor Society...Four-year Honor Roll Student.
Personal: Son of Rick and Diane Boudro...Born 5/31/83...a sociology major...Lists Pat Tillman as his hero.