2014-15: Placed 4th in the Michigan State Open with a record of 3-2…Posted a 4-2 record in the Reno Tournament of Champions including back-to-back tech falls (2:20, 3:39)…Pinned Lock Haven’s Elias Biddle in 4:59….Pinned Clarion’s Evan Delong in 4:00…Earned Academic All-MAC honors….Ended the regular season with a 19-11 record….Competed in the MAC Championships in Columbia, Mo., where he won on decision (6-5) over Cody LeCount earning him 3rd place and a spot in the NCAA tournament…Upset The Citadel’s Aaron Walker by decision (6-4) in first round of NCAA tournament before being pinned by Illinois’ Isaiah Martinez 2013-14:Earned a third-place finish at the Michigan State Open with a 4-1 record... Came away with a 12-8 decision over Austin Sommer of Drexel at the Eastern Michigan Duels... Defeated Appalachian State's Nick Hall in a 12-9 decision... Posted a 4-2 record at the Reno Tournament of Champions, including a tech. fall (5:12)... Recorded a 6:48 fall against Cole Graves from Gardner-Webb... Ended the regular season with a 17-10 record, and a duel record of 9-7... Competed in the MAC Championship in Kent, Ohio, where went 2-2 he pinned Eastern Michigan's Brandon Zeerip in 6:24 to earn fifth place overall, and his spot in the NCAA Tournament.
2012-13:Came away with a solid 18-10 record on the season... Came away with a 5-1 decision over Anderson's Nick Guilette for his first victory of the season at the Virginia Duals...Posted a impressive 4-1 record to take runner-up honors at the Michigan State Open...Earned a 3-1 decision victory over Central Michigan's Lucas Smith...Posted a 3-2 record at the Tournament of Champions...Picked up a 9-3 decision victory over Andrew Morse (NIU) on Nov. 11...Notched a 5-3 decision victory over West Virginia's Dominic Prezzia on Feb. 10...Pinned Cleveland State's Mike Mencini in :35 seconds ...Earned an automatic bid at the NCAA Championships.
2011-12: Redshirted... Posted a 19-8 record in open competition... Took runner-up honors at the Michigan State and Simonson Open Tournaments... Posted a winning performance at the Purple Raider Open.
Prior to Ohio: Finished his high school career with 145 wins and 15 losses... Was a three-time state qualifier... Named All-State (fifth, fifth and first) three times... Named Illinois State Champion... Named Freestyle All-American and Freestyle State Champion... Also played football.
Personal: Son of Thoma and Athina Chino ... Has one brother, Erwis, and one sister, Tina ... Hobbies include playing ping pong, playing basketball and food.