2014-15: Competed at 149 lbs. ... overall season record of 13-7 ... marked a 3-2 record at the Wyoming Open ... went 4-1 at the Pat Flash Flanagan ... went 4-0 at the UNI Open ... 1-2 record at Midland Championships ... started for Wisconsin in the Maryland dual where he marked a 7-5 decision over Shane Arechiga ... Wisconsin's starter versus Illinois
2013-14: 23-6 record while competing unattached at open tournaments at 141 and 149 lbs. ... placed second in the Loras Open with a record of 3-1 ... won the Dan Gable Open at 141 lbs., while notching bonus-point victories in three of four matches ... 3-2 record at the Jim Fox Open ... 2-2 record in the Midlands Championships ... won the Grand View Open at 149 lbs. ... finished second in the Duhawk Open at 149 lbs. ... won the Blugold Open at 149 lbs., while gaining bonus-point victories in three of four matches
High School: State champion sophomore and senior seasons ... four-time conference champ ... finished sixth in Greco-Roman competition at the 2013 Fargo Cadet and Junior National Championships ... took third in Greco-Roman competition at the 2012 Fargo Championships ... placed second in freestyle and fourth in Greco-Roman at the 2011 Fargo Championships
Davis on Crone: "He's a great kid. He comes from a solid program. He goes to a great high school as well as a great club. I'd call him a mat rat. He wants to be successful on the mat. He has high goals, high expectations and he is highly motivated."
Personal: Parents are Richard and Jeanne Crone ... has one sister, Monica (21) ... 3.94 GPA in high school ... enjoys movies and hanging out with friends ... major is business
"Great wrestling program (coaches, facilities, etc.) and a great business school."
Off the Mat with Andrew
First started wrestling:
6th gradeMy favorite thing about Wisconsin wrestling is:
We're all familyBefore each match, I:
Stretch. A lot.Favorite quote
: "Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination and a hard to find alloy called guts."Most memorable match:
My first state title