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Spartak Chino

Player Profile

RS Junior

Wheaton, Ill.

High School:
Wheaton Warrenville South




Ohio Travels to Reno for Tournament of Champions

Bobcats one of 21 teams competing


Bobcats fall to No. 5 Missouri, 25-18

Squire upsets No. 16 Manley at 133-class


Ohio Opens Home Competition Against No. 5 Missouri

Bobcats begin MAC play in the Convo


Ohio Duels with Appalachian State on Friday

Five Ranked Bobcats to face Mountaineers


Bobcats set sail for Navy Classic

Five ranked Ohio grapplers to compete

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.