Samuel Aguilar
Samuel Aguilar
Height: 6-0
Weight: 285
Year: So.
Hometown: Apple Valley, CA
High School: Sultana HS
Experience: 1V

Overall: 17-22; Duals: 1-7

2018-19 -- Earned 10 victories, including three falls, as a redshirt freshman ... shared the team lead with two other wrestlers in falls ... quickest fall was in 2:52 over Sina Ansari in Reno Tournament of Champions ... placed third in season-opening Menlo Open and fourth in Pac-12 Championship at 285 pounds ... his 10 wins also included five decisions and two major decisions ... lone dual meet win was a 10-0 major decision against Brady Gilliland of Arizona State ... also defeated Gilliland 6-4 in the opening round of the Pac-12 Championship.

2017-18 -- Redshirt ... competed in four open tournaments and compiled 7-6 record with four falls and three decisions ... quickest fall was 57 seconds against Ian Poling (unattached) ... placed firrst in season-opening Menlo Open with two falls and a decision ... also competed in Roadrunner Open (two falls), Reno Tournament of Champions and Menlo Invitational.

High School -- A third-place finisher at 220 pounds in California state high school finals at Bakersfield's Rabobank Arena ... 2017 graduate of Sultana High School in Hesperia, Calif. ... a three-time Mojave River League champion, two-time CIF-Southern Section divisional champion and twice placed in CIF-Southern Section Masters meet with a third and a sixth ... helped Sultans to perfect 12-0 dual meet record and league championship in 2017 ... wrestled for Granite Hills High School as a freshman and sophomore before transferring to Sultana ... posted combined 150-23 career mark ... won three individual titles as a senior, including the Battle for the Belt tournament at Temecula Valley High ... chose to attend Cal Poly because "when I took my official visit, I knew I wanted to come here."

Personal -- Son of Frank and Linda Aguilar ... one brother, Frank ... wants to be a coach ... enjoys fishing ... born in Santa Maria, Calif. ... majoring in recreation, parks and tourism administration with a concentration in sports management.