2011-12: Finished an uneven junior season with an 8-6 mark ... registered a 3-3 record in dual matches ... posted two pins and one major decision ... won eight of nine bouts to begin the year, before injuries derailed his season ... opened the campaign by posting a pair of victories at the Nor'easter Duals, knocking off opponents from Iowa State and Boston University ... upset BU's Hunter Meys, who was ranked fifth nationally going into the match ... continued hot start at the Oklahoma-Gold Classic where he went 4-1 en route to a third-place finish ... was injured the following weekend at the Body Bar Invitational ... missed more than two months before returning to the lineup against Bucknell in early February ... lost duals to Bucknell and Navy to finish the year.
2010-11: Posted a 16-15 record during his sophomore campaign ... authored a 7-5 mark in dual matches, establishing a career high with seven dual wins ... registered two pins, one technical fall and two major decisions ... won his first five bouts of the season and six of his first seven matches ... wrestled exclusively at 174 pounds after competing in the 184-pound weight class as a freshman ... placed runner-up at the New York State Championships after going 3-1 with a major decision and technical fall ... finished fourth at the Oklahoma-Gold Classic with a 3-2 mark ... turned in an eighth-place showing at the EIWA Championships ... also competed at the Body Bar Invitational and Southern Scuffle.
2009-10: Compiled a 24-15 overall record, including a 6-4 mark in duals ... his 24 wins were the fourth-highest total on the team ... ranked among Army's leaders in pins (four), major decisions (four) and bonus-point victories (nine) ... placed second at the Monarch Invitational after going 3-1 with a pin and a major decision ... finished third at the Centenary Collge Open, going 3-1 with a technical fall and a major decision ... took second place at the Hitchcock Classic, posting a 3-1 record in the tournament ... went 2-2 with a major decision en route to placing fifth at the New York State Championships ... authored a 3-2 mark with a pair of pins in placing fifth at the EIWA Championships ... two of his six dual match wins were for bonus points.
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time Missouri state champion ... placed fourth as a freshman and third as a sophomore ... 51-3 record as a senior on his way to his second straight championship ... honorable mention national ranking by WIN Magazine ... all-times win leader at Platte County High School for coach Phil Dorman.
PERSONAL: Collin Bryce Wittmeyer was born June 7, 1990 in Kansas City, Mo. ... son of Mark and Pam Wittmeyer ... has three siblings, Ashley, Brock and Daley ... lists hunting and fishing among his hobbies ... served as senior class president and wrote for the student newspaper ... majoring in Environmental Science.