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Erik Roggie

Smithfield, Va.
St. Christopher's School
High School
Erik Roggie - Wrestling - Virginia Cavaliers

• Posted a 9-10 mark on the year with an 0-3 mark in dual action
• Went 0-1 in ACC duals
• Tallied four pins, a tech fall and three major decisions
• Fourth place finish at Mountaineer Invitational (11/11)
• Third place finish at Wilkes Open (12/22)
• Went 2-2 at Midlands Championship (12/29-30) with a win over No. 13 Quinn Kinner of Rider
• Competed in duals against Gardner-Webb (1/6), George Mason (1/6) and No. 13 Virginia Tech (2/2)

• Posted a 2-3 record in limited action due to injury
• Both wins were bonus-point victories with a pin and a tech fall
• Wrestled in two tournaments and two duals
• Sixth-place finish at Southeast Open at 133 pounds
• Won his first match at Mountaineer Invitational before a medical forfeit
• Dropped a one-point decision to No. 7 Chris Cannon in a dual with No. 15 Northwestern (11/20)
• Won his dual contest against Griffin Gonzalez of Queens (12/2)
• Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Posted a 12-6 record competing unattached
• Competed at Southeast Open (11/7), Wolfpack Open (11/14), Lehman Open (1/7) and Appalachian Open (1/29)
• First-place finish at the Southeast Open with a 5-0 record on the day
• Fourth-place finish at the Wolfpack Open with a 2-2 record for the day
• Went 2-2 at the Lehman Open and 3-2 at the Appalachian Open
• Posted seven bonus-point victories with four pins, a tech fall and two major decisions

• Three-time Virginia state champion
• Two-time National Prep finalist
• Ironman All-American
• Beat of the East finalist
• Three-time All-Metro selection in Richmond
• Career record of 164-23
• Team captain for 2020-21
• Wrestled for UVA Wrestling alum Ross Gitomer at St. Christopher’s

• Son of Bryan and Amy Roggie
• Father, Bryan, wrestled at Suny Cortland and finished third at NCAA D3 Nationals in 1996
• Has been riding Motocross since he was four years old
• Volunteered as a Big Brother
• Helped build playgrounds for pediatric cancer patients at their homes
• Major: Youth and Social Innovation