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  Albert Madsen

Albert  Madsen

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Strongsville, Ohio

High School:
St. Edward


2006-07:Finished the season 10-9 and a perfect 5-0 in MAC dual meets ... Carried the No. 1 seed into the MAC Tournament at 141 pounds but went 0-2 ... Was 6-5 in dual meets and 2-1 in matches decided by a pin ... Defeated 17th-ranked Eric Kruger of Central Michigan 10-6 on Feb. 15 ... Was 2-0 at the Purdue Duals on Dec. 17.

2005-06: Ended his freshman season with a 10-13 record, including 2-2 in the MAC and 4-8 in duals with four major decisions on the year ... Recorded a 5-4 decision over Kent State's Drew Lashaway in the opening round of the MAC Tournament ... In the year's home finale on Feb. 12, won a 9-2 decision over Kent State's Drew Lashaway ... Posted a 15-2 major decision over James Madison's Brian Kibler on Feb. 5 ... Earned his first conference win with a 6-2 decision over Buffalo's Cliff Smith on Jan. 28 ... Did not wrestle at the Dec. 29-30 Southern Scuffle or the Jan. 5 dual against Findlay due to illness ... Returned to the mat on Jan. 14 with a 6-2 decision over NC State's Jalil Dozier ... Went 1-2 at the Las Vegas Invitational on Dec. 2 ... Missed the Nov. 26 Northeast Duals due to illness ... Placed second at the season-opening Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Classic, losing 6-2 in the finals to Penn's Matt Valenti, who was ranked ninth in the country at the time and eventually won the 133-pound national title.

2004-05: Redshirted ... Competing unattached (results unofficial), recorded a pin, two technical falls and a major decision on his way to the 141-pound UB Open title on Dec. 30 ... Registered two technical falls on the way to a 4-0 record and the 133-pound championship of the Ashland Open on Nov. 13 ... Went 4-2 competing at 141 pounds in the WVU Open on Nov. 7 ... Following the season, he reached the third round of the University Freestyle National Championships in the 66-kg/145.5-lbs division before bowing out with a 3-2 mark ... Also competed at the FILA Junior Nationals in Las Vegas.

HIGH SCHOOL: Won the state 125-pound title for St. Edward High School ... Also placed third at 130 pounds at the High School Nationals ... Named to the Cleveland Plain Dealer 2004 Wrestling All-Star Team ... Finished his prep career with a 130-29 record ... Also placed fourth in the state at 125 pounds as a junior and sixth in the state at 112 pounds as a sophomore ... Along with fellow Bobcat Anthony Spooner, led the Eagles to four straight Division I state titles ... Lettered all four years in wrestling.

PERSONAL: Undecided on a major ... Son of Jim and Liz Madsen ... Has two younger brothers, Dan and Eric ... Born September 20, 1986.