Tom Lane
Tom Lane
Height: 6-2
Weight: 197
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Garden City, NY
High School: Garden City HS
Experience: 2V

Overall: 45-30; Duals: 8-8

2017-18 -- Earned 16 victories in 27 matches en route to a spot in the NCAA Championship ... won one of three matches at NCAAs with a 3-1 overtime decision over Dustin Conti of Clarion ... of his 16 wins overall, one was by fall in his season-opening match in 52 seconds against Austyn Harris of Arizona State in Las Vegas Invitational ... also won three matches by technical fall and four via major decision ... 4-2 in dual meets ... upset then-No. 5 Kevin Beazley of Michigan in a 13-3 major decision at Las Vegas Invitational ... placed second in Reno Tournament of Champions with 4-1 mark and fourth in highly competitive 197-pound weight class at Pac-12 Championship to qualify for nationals.

2016-17 -- Posted a break-even 14-14 record as a redshirt freshman with two falls, six technical falls and a pair of major decisions ... pinned Young Woo An of Menlo in 3 minutes, 16 seconds ... in final match of season pinned Austyn Harris of Arizona State in 3:50 for fifth place in Pac-12 Championship ... 4-6 record in dual meets ... his six four-point near-falls in duals led the team.

2015-16 -- Redshirt ... competed in four open tournaments and compiled 15-5 mark with three falls and a trio of major decisions ... quickest fall was in 2 minutes, 42 seconds, against Kyle Matthews of No Mercy School in Roadrunner Open ... placed first in San Francisco State JC Open with 4-0 mark, third in California Collegiate Invitational with 4-1 record and fifth in Roadrunner Open with 4-2 mark.

High School -- Lane won 77 of his last 86 matches in his final two seasons at Garden City High School, placing third in the 2015 New York state finals at 182 pounds to cap a 42-3 senior campaign … was a two-time Nassau County League 2 champion … also visited Buffalo and Maryland before choosing Cal Poly because of "the mixture between good academics and great wrestling. I visited Cal Poly over Easter break and when I walked on the campus, I knew I wanted to go there. I fell in love with it. The academics are great and I really liked things like the outdoor duals they have there. Plus, it's 75 degrees every day and 10 minutes from the beach with beautiful scenery."

Personal – Son of Thomas and Linda Lane … father played basketball at Queens College while an uncle was a swimmer at North Carolina ... one brother, Sean … enjoys working out, hanging out with friends, watching movies and eating cheese pizza pies … wants to enter a career in business … majoring in business administration.