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Arizona State: Returning All-American at 197 after claiming fourth place at the 2004 NCAA Championships...three-time Pac-10 Championships finalist, winning the 2003 and 2004 titles and placing second in 2005...needs just 12 victories in his senior season to record 100 in a career. 2004-05: Finished the year with a 31-8 overall record and runner-up at the Pac-10 Championships...entered the NCAA Championships as the No. 7 seed...finished with a 2-2 record and did not place...finished second at both Fullerton Open and Las Vegas Invitational...took third at the Reno Tournament of Champions...scored a 5-3 upset of No. 4 Marcio Bothelo of Fresno State to advance to the third place bout at the Reno event...recorded three winning streaks of six bouts or more on three occasions, including an 11-match stretch...posted a record of 8-6 against nationally ranked foes...was 15-2 in dual meets...also went 7-1 in Pac-10 duals...was 8-0 at home... 2003-04: Finished the season at 33-8...won his second conference title in as many seasons at 197 after going 3-0 in the Pac-10 meet, defeating K.C Walsh of Boise State, 3-0, for the championship...went 4-2 at the NCAA Championships, placing fourth to earn his first All-America honor...began the season 8-0 and climbed into the Top 5 of the national rankings where he remained for a majority of the season...won the Missouri Open by defeating No. 16 Rusty Blackmon of Oklahoma State, 10-2...placed second at the Las Vegas Invite...went 4-0 at the Reno TOC on his way to a first place finish, defeating No. 8 Matt Monteiro of CS Bakersfield, 4-2...selected as ASU's Most Valuable Wrestler by the coaching staff... 2002-03: Built a 24-18 overall record on his way to the 2003 Pac-10 Championship at 197...was the No. 2 seed in the conference meet, going 3-0 and defeating No. 4 K.C. Walsh of Boise State, 2-1, for the title...his victory in the final clinched the team title for the Sun Devils...went 1-2 at the NCAA Championships...won his opening match in overtime, 6-4, over Millersville's Adam Schaaf before falling to national runner-up and top-seeded Jon Trenge of Lehigh, 11-2...was 3-8 against nationally ranked foes, including an 18-4 major decision over then-No. 6 Kyle Smith of Michigan, the seventh-place finisher at the national meet... 2001-02: Redshirted.

High School: A 2001 graduate of McQueen High School in Reno, Nev....earned four letters in wrestling, three in football...three-time captain of wrestling squad and two-time football captain...two-time Nevada state wrestling champion...named Nevada Wrestler of the Year...in football, was 2001 Nevada Defensive Player of the Year and helped team win state championship title.

Personal: Major is undeclared...parents are Mark and Anita Bader...has one sibling: Karlea...hobbies include hunting and fishing...born June 7, 1983, in Idaho...full name is Ryan DuWayne Bader.

 Career Statistics
 Season    O'all   Duals   Falls  Tech   MajD
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 2002-03   24-18    8-11    2-0    2-1    5-3
 2003-04   33- 8   14- 5    1-0    4-0    8-0
 2004-05   31- 8   15- 2    3-0    8-0    8-0
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 Totals    88-34   37-18    6-0   14-1   21-3

* Redshirted in 2001-02 Season

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