Brett Pfarr Age, Weight, Record, Net Worth, & More!
Who Is Brett Pfarr?
Brett Pfarr is a four-time letter winner and two-time All-American at the University of Minnesota. Pfarr was born and raised in Le Sueur, Minnesota just outside of the Twin Cities. He had a successful high school wrestling career, achieving both first and second place slots at the MSHSL State Championship. He went on to sign with the Golden Gophers after high school and had an extremely successful collegiate career. Some of his collegiate highlights include:
- Two-time All-American
- Three-time NCAA qualifier
- Two-time Big Ten Finalist
- Four-time letter winner
- Four-time Academic All-Big-Ten
- Three-time NWCA All-American
- Two-time Academic All-District
- Academic All-American (‘16)
How Old Is Brett Pfarr?
Brett Pfarr is 27 years old.
Brett Pfarr’s Family
Both Brett's father and brother Matt are former wrestlers. Their father turned their shed into a wrestling room when Brett was 5, thus starting his training.
How Much Is Brett Pfar Worth?
Currently, there is not an accurate net worth estimate for Brett Pfarr.
How Tall Is Brett Pfarr?
Brett Pfarr stands at 5 feet and 11 inches tall.
How Much Does Brett Pfarr Weigh?
Brett Pfarr has competed at 184 pounds as well as 197 pounds.
Brett Pfarr Match List
For the 2012-13 season and Brett’s first season competing at the collegiate level he decided to redshirt. He went 28-5 and only competed in open meets. He had several highlights on the season, including a second place overall at the Daktronics Open and Bison Open, and he claimed first place titles at the Finn Grinaker Open, MSU Moorhead Open, Flash Flanagan Open, and North Country Open.
In his freshman season he finished the season with an overall record of 25-3, a dual meet record of 3-0, and a Big Ten record of 1-0. He finished second at the Daktronics Open, finishing the tournament with a 4-1 record. He also claimed first place at the Bison Open, Harold Nichols Cyclone Open, and the North Country Open. He won all of his 3 dual meets by tech fall and achieved Academic All-Big-Ten honors.
In his sophomore year Pfarr earned an overall record of 24-12, a dual meet record of 10-5, and a Big Ten record of 6-3. Although this was not his best season in terms of record, Pfarr earned a ton of achievements this season including Academic All-Big-Ten, NWCA All-Academic honoree, Letterwinner, winner of the teams Most Dedicated Wrestler Award, and this was his first season as a full time starter. He was also an NCAA qualifier and a finalist at 184 pounds at the Big Ten Championships.
Brett finished his junior season with an overall record of 40-4, a dual meet record of 18-0, and a Big Ten record of 9-0; a huge improvement from his previous season. He again received All-American, Academic All Big Ten, and Letterwinner honors. He placed third at the NCAA tournament with decision wins over Nathan Burak from Iowa and Aaron Studebaker from Nebraska in the third place match. He placed second at both the Cliff Keen Invitational and the Southern Scuffle. All four of his losses on the season came to opponents who were all at the top of the weight class. His 18 major decision victories on the season was more than any Gopher has had in more than 20 years.
In Pfarr’s final season as a Gopher during his senior years, he finished with an overall record of 31-3, a dual meet record of 12-0, and a Big Ten record of 9-0. He again claimed All-American, NCAA Finalist, Big Ten Finalist, Academic All Big Ten, and NWCA All-Academic Letterwinner honors. He earned first place in the Cliff Keen Invitational and second place again at the Southern Scuffle. This was his second consecutive season going undefeated in dual meets and Big Ten duals.
Brett Pfarr’s Best Match Of All Time
Brett Pfarr’s best match of all time is widely considered to be during the Bill Farrell International quarterfinals. It was during his senior years, and went against 2017 World Silver Medalist Boris Makoev of Slovakia who he defeated. Pfarr went on to finish 4th in the tournament.
Who Did Brett Pfarr Lose To?
Brett Pfarr has lost to Johnny Elben, Sam Wheeler, Dean Gabe, Hayden Zillmer, Taylor Meeks, Domenic Abounader, Sammy Brooks, Kenny Courts, Patrick Scott, J’den Cox, Morgan McIntosh, Nathan Burak, and Kollin Moore.
Brett Pfarr’s Record
Brett Pfarr finished his time at the University of Minnesota with an overall record of 120-22.
Brett Pfarr Injuries
Aside from the typical injuries that are a given in wrestling, there are not substantial injuries documented for Brett Pfarr at this time.
Is Brett Pfarr Retired?
No, Brett recently competed at the 2021 Olympic trials, and continues to dedicate his time to coaching the sport.
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