Canterbury in 2005-06: Began the season wrestling at 133, but bumped up to 141 in his last seven competitions ... produced a 14-12 overall record, including a 2-4 mark in dual meets ... turned in four pins during the season, including a count against Davidson's Jim Avola at the Navy Classic in which Canterbury claimed the title at 133 pounds ...placed fourth at the Penn State Open (3-2) after forfeiting his final match with an injury ... finished sixth at the EMU Open (4-3).
2004-05: Had a strong season, before injuries sidelined him for the last two months of the season ... recorded a 13-7 overall mark ... placed third at the Eastern Michigan Open and Navy Classic and was sixth at the Penn State Open ... won six-straight matches, including three by fall and one by major decision, in the consolation bracket of the EMU Open ... started the season 12-3, before being forced to medically forfeit in the semifinals of the Penn State Open ... defeated Army's Andy Henry, 3-2, at the Penn State Open ... dropped a tough 11-7 decision to 12th-ranked Matt Keller of Nebraska in the Lone Star Duals.
2003-04: Posted an 11-14 record in his rookie season, primarily wrestling at 133 pounds ... in his opening match at the EIWA Tournament, defeated East Stroudsburg's Dan Gonzales, 5-4 in the second tie-break period ... picked up a 5-7 mark in dual meets ... pinned four opponents, including East Stroudsburg's Mark Kiszyk ... wrestled down at 125 at the Sunshine Open and against Purdue, Maryland, ESU and Lehigh ... defeated Purdue's Sean Schmaltz 7-6 at the Lone Star Duals.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Wissahickon High School ... placed fourth at the United States Junior National Championship ... wrestled to a second-place finish at the Pennsylvania Class AAA Championship ... named academic all-state in 2003.
Personal: Full name is Bradford John Canterbury ... born June 2, 1984 ... majoring in international relations.