Brandon Low

Honolulu, Hawaii

High School:
Saint Louis HS '06

Height / Weight:
5-6 / 133

Computer Science

2008-09: Finished 16-10 overall (15-10 NCAA-countable) and tied for team lead with five major decisions... Went 5-3 in dual competition... Finished 4th at Pac-10 Championships and earned at-large berth to first NCAA Championships... Most successful Aggie at nationals, defeating Conor Beebe (Central Michigan) and 15th-ranked Filip Novachkov (Cal Poly) during wrestleback rounds... Win over Novachkov avenged two losses at Pac-10s, including the 3rd-place match.

2007-08: Went 5-6 (4-5 vs. NCAA-countable opponents), mostly at Kaufman/Brand and All-Cal tournaments... Finished 6th at Kaufman/Brand, posting wins of 5-0 against Lehigh's Kevin Vinh and Nebraska-Omaha's Cody Garcia to advance... Scored 10-2 major decision against Grand Canyon's Alex Contreras to highlight All-Cal action.

2006-07: Redshirted... Competed unattached at the California Collegiates tournament... Lost his first match to Alexander Yarela of Menlo (9-4) and did not compete in wrestlebacks due to an injury.

SAINT LOUIS SCHOOL '06: Captured four straight Hawaii High Schol Athletic Association (HHSAA) state titles... Did so in four different weight classes (112, 119, 125 and 130), establishing a first in state history... Also won Interscholastic League of Honolulu championships and Outstanding Wrestler awards all four years... Went 136-6 (.958) in four seasons, including perfect 20-0 career record at HHSAA Championships... Recorded 76 pins in his career... Won Dave Schultz Award for excellence in wrestling and academics... Also earned Wendy's High School Heisman and Nissan Hall of Honor distinction for academic/athletic accomplishment... Graduated No. 1 in his class... Earned league and state judo championships as a freshman, compiling 25-0 record at 114 lbs... Five-time Scholar-Athlete honoree (four in wrestling, one in judo).

PERSONAL: Born in Honolulu, Hawaii... Only out-of-state resident on 2006-07 Aggie team... Majoring in computer science... Parents are Mike & Lynne Low... Hopes to become a physician or computer specialist... Proudest personal achievement is making history as first wrestler in state history to win four HHSAA titles in four different weight classes.