Mason Parris Wikipedia, Wiki, Trackwrestling, WWE, Age, Mom, Net Worth
Mason Parris Wikipedia, Wiki, Trackwrestling, WWE, Age, Mom, Net Worth – Mason Parris of Michigan wrestled and endured discomfort and numbness in his left side throughout the whole 2021–22 college season after suffering a neck injury in the 2021 World Team Trials.
The Wolverine senior, who placed second nationally in 2021 and fifth in 2022, was finally well and recovered after a difficult rehabilitation process going into the 2022–23 season. Sean Bormet, the head coach of Michigan, was still debating whether to redshirt his star heavyweight.
Mason Parris wins the 2023 Hodge; Starocci and Diakomihalis come in second and third, respectively
Parris, on the other hand, was sure that this was the year that all of his effort would pay off with a national championship.
Although some of the other Wolverine stars frequently skipped the season-opening Michigan State Open, Parris made Bormet vow that he would wrestle in every match without skipping a beat.
Six months after winning the NCAA title and earning a perfect 33-0 season record, Parris has now been formally designated the 2023 winner of the WIN Magazine/Culture House Dan Hodge Trophy, which is given to the nation’s greatest college wrestler.
On Sunday, April 2 in Ann Arbour, during the University of Michigan wrestling banquet, Parris will receive the Hodge Trophy. Visit the Dan Hodge Trophy website for more details, including a list of all previous winners and the press release.
Following Minnesota’s Gable Steveson’s victories in 2021 and 2022, Parris became the third heavyweight to win the Hodge in a row. He received 38 of the 64 first-place votes. A retired college coach from each region of the nation, a representative from each of the national wrestling organisations, a few members of the national media, and previous Hodge winners make up the Hodge Trophy Voting Committee.
14 first-place votes went to second-place Carter Starocci (174 pounds, Penn State), while Yianni Diakomihalis (149 pounds, Cornell), a four-time NCAA champion, garnered none.
The final five first-place votes went to Parris, who also received the majority of the fan votes. Out of the 36,225 fan votes that were cast online between March 21 and 24, 11,036 votes went to the four-time All-American and two-time NCAA finalist. With 6,172 votes from fans, Starocci came in second, and Andrew Alirez (Northern Colorado, 141) came in third with 5,617.
Parris remarked, “This is an unbelievable feeling.” “It is such a privilege to even be nominated. Winning is a fantastic chance for me to represent my family and my school.
Mason Parris Bio
|Date Of Birth
|United States of America
Mason Parris Physical Stats
|6 feet 2 inch
|85-110 kg approx
Mason Parris’s Educational Qualifications
|College or University
|University of Michigan
Mason Parris Family
|Brother / Sister
|Son: Not Known
Daughter: Not Known
Mason Parris’s Marital Status
Mason Parris Net Worth
|Net Worth In Dollars
|$ 1-5 Million
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