Zach Coffman
Zach  Coffman

Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Tooele, Utah

High School:
Tooele HS

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 174/184

Experience:
1L

Major:
Kinesiology

02/27/2016

Bronco Trio Advances to Finals

Martinez, Castillo and Dewey will each wrestle under the lights on the center mat in the final session.

02/27/2016

Castillo, Martinez Win Pac-12 Titles

Each punched his ticket to the NCAA Championships in New York City.

02/25/2016

Pac-12 Tournament Primer

The 54th edition of the league tournament is scheduled to begin Saturday at 10:30 a.m. (MT).

02/21/2016

Border War Goes to Beavers

Austin Dewey picked up six points with a pin at 174.

02/19/2016

Regular Season Concludes with Border War

The Broncos' final tune-up before the Pac-12 Championships will be televised live on Pac-12 Oregon.

BOISE STATE CAREER
RS JUNIOR (2016-17):
Went 3-2 on the season while wrestling at the UVU Open (Jan. 7), where he finished fourth and had his lone pin on the season...Went 0-2 while wrestling at the 174 pounds at the Reno Tournament of Champions (Dec. 18).
RS SOPHOMORE (2015-16): Went 2-11 on the season, starting seven duals for the Broncos…injuried limited him a majority of the season…wrestled primary at 184 pounds, where he represented Boise State at the Pac-12 Championships…dropped his first dual at 197, then went 1-5 at 184…went 1-2 at the Reno Tournament of Champions (Dec. 20), picking up his only pin of the season…was 0-3 at the Pac-12 Championships, finishing sixth…first dual victory as a Bronco came against Northern Colorado’s Horacio Vialpando, Jan. 29.
RS FRESHMAN (2014-15):
Went 0-5 on the season, including his first dual match as a Bronco against Northern Colorado (Jan. 9)...competed at 174 pounds at the Cowboy Open (Nov. 8; 0-2) and 184 pounds at the California Collegiate Open (Jan. 31; 0-2).
FRESHMAN (2013-14): Redshirt season...went 8-10 on the season while wrestling unattached, including three major decisions, two pins and a technical fall.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Won the UHSAA 3A Championship at 170 pounds as a junior after finishing sixth and second at the tournament as freshman and sophomore, respectively...was favored to earn another state title at 182 pounds during his senior season but suffered an injury which kept him from competing in the tournament...earned Outstanding Wrestler honors twice at the Best of the West, as well as in his region all four years at Tooele High School.

YEAR OVERALL DUAL MD TECH FALL
2014-15 0-5 0-1 0 0 0
2015-16 2-11 1-6 0 0 1
TOTALS 2-16 1-7 0 0 1
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