By Taylor Miller
Chris Perry and Jordan Oliver compete for national titles tonight at 7 p.m.
Oliver ends his career a two-time national champion.
Cowboys secure seven All-Americans.
2012-2013: NCAA qualifier who went 22-19 in his first year as a starter ... Finished third at the Big 12 tournament ... Earned four wins over ranked opponents ... Recorded wins over three NCAA automatic qualifiers, pinning No. 9 Nick Dardanes in 52 seconds and picking up decisions over Dean Pavlou of Chattanooga and Bryan Pearsall of Penn State ... Won a close 4-3 match over the eventual Western Conference champion, McCade Ford ... Defeated No. 15 Nicholas Hucke to finish 4th at the Lindenwood Open ... Produced six falls, one technical fall and one major decision.
2011-12: Went 12-6 overall as a freshman, appearing three times in dual competition ... He recorded seven bonus-point wins, including six falls and a major decision ... He claimed one dual win, beating Nicholas Hucke of Missouri 10-4 in Columbia, picking up a crucial decision to help the Cowboys win ... Won the 141-pound title at the Fort Hays State Open, winning bonus points in four of his five bouts ... Pinned Dustin Dooley of Fort Hays State in the title bout of that event in just 1:50 ... His quickest fall of the year came at the Reno Tournament of Champions, where he pinned Joe Gardner of Southwestern Oregon in only 1:16.
2010-11 (Redshirt Year): Finished the season with a 15-6 record in open tournament competition, wrestling at 141 and 149 pounds ... Seven of his victories were falls and two were major decisions ... Placed second at the Hastings Open after picking up three wins, including two falls, but lost to Ross Grande of Nebraska in sudden victory in the championship match ... Picked up six wins at the Kaufman Brand Open to place third in the tournament ... Notched another four wins at the OCU Open for a fourth-place finish.
High School: Attended Keokuk HS in Keokuk, Iowa, where he was coached by Tommy Rose ... Compiled a 142-19 record during his prep career ... Runner-up at the state championships in 2007 ... Was fourth at the state meet his senior year ... Freestyle state champion as a freshman in the summer of 2006 ... Three-time Fargo qualifier ... A three-time Burlington all-Hawkeye honoree ... Good student who was a four-time honor roll selection ... Also played soccer and ran cross country ... Participated with Big Brothers/Big Sisters for two years and was a member of the student council.
Personal: Julian Storm Feikert was born Oct. 25, 1991 in Keokuk, Iowa ... Son of James and Dena Feikert ... Has two brothers, Samson and Tyler Padilla and a sister, Stephanie Feikert ... Majoring in human nutrition.
Julian Feikert Capsule