EMAIL ADDRESS - Mike Eierman - Michelle Robison

573-544-7878- Mike Eierman

214-458-1885 - Michelle Robison

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Eierman Elite Wrestling
Mike Eierman
4180 State Road J
Fulton, MO 65251

Jaydin Eierman


  • 2018 NCAA All-American (4th Place – 141 Pounds)

  • 2018 MAC Champion (141 Pounds)

  • 2018 MAC Wrestler of the Year

  • 2018 NWCA All-Academic Team

  • 2017 NCAA All-American (5th Place – 141 pounds)

  • 2017 MAC Champion (141 pounds)

  • 2017 MAC Freshman of the Year

  • 2017 NWCA All-Academic Team


  • Was named the MAC Wrestler of the Year after earning All-America honors for the second

  • consecutive season and winning his second MAC Championship, both at 141 pounds.

  • Was named co-Most Outstanding Wrestler of the Year at end-of-the-year banquet.

  • Recorded a mark of 32-3 in the season, including a perfect 16-0 mark in duals, while winning 24

  • matches by bonus points (16 falls, three technical falls and five major decisions).

  • Set career highs in wins (32), dual wins (16) and falls (16), ranking second on the team in wins and falls, and third in dual wins.

  • Eierman’s 16 falls on the season ranks ninth all-time in program history for a single season.

  • Went 4-2 at the NCAA Championships (March 15-17), advancing to the semifinals and finishing fourth at 141 pounds, recording two wins over ranked wrestlers and three by bonus points.

  • Defeated No. 8-ranked Nick Lee (Penn State) by 12-4 major decision in the consolation semifinals of the NCAA Championships (March 17).

  • Beat No. 7-ranked Brock Zacherl (Drexel) by fall (2:04) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships (March 16) to advance to the semifinals.

  • Won his second straight MAC Title at 141 pounds (March 3-4), recording two falls before knocking off Central Michigan’s No. 10-ranked Mason Smith by 24-9 technical fall (4:56) in the finals.

  • Defeated Northern Iowa’s No. 9-ranked Josh Alber, 12-6, to help Mizzou defeat Panthers on the road (Feb. 17).

  • Earned MAC and NCAA Wrestler of the Week honors after pinning defending two-time National Champion Dean Heil at 4:49 in Mizzou’s 21-19 win over No. 5 Oklahoma State (Jan. 27).

  • Recorded his best career win to-date with a 9-6 win over No. 1-ranked Yianni Diakomihalis (Cornell) at the South Beach Duals (Dec. 30).

  • Beat No. 18-ranked AC Headlee (North Carolina) by 15-5 major decision at the South Beach Duals (Dec. 29).

  • Finished second at the Reno Tournament of Champions (Dec. 17), producing a record of 4-1 at the tournament with three wins by bonus points, two falls and a major decision.

  • Won the Lindenwood Open at 141 pounds, recording four wins by bonus points (two falls, one technical fall, one major decision).

  • Posted three falls in the In-State Duals (Nov. 12), all coming in the first period.

  • Opened the season with a 20-11 major decision win over Illinois’ Mike Carr, 20-11 (Nov. 4).


  • Recorded a record of 29-7 in first year as an attached wrestler, earning All-American honors by finishing fifth at the NCAA Championships (March 18).

  • Was named the MAC Freshman of the Year after All-America honors and a conference title.

  • Became the fourth consecutive Mizzou freshman All-American, following J’den Cox (2014), Willie Miklus (2015) and Daniel Lewis (2016).

  • Was awarded the Outstanding Freshman Award at the end-of-the-year banquet.

  • Lead the team in dual falls (5) and tied for the most wins (29).

  • Recorded five falls, four technical falls and seven major decisions on the season, which ranked sixth, third and third on the team, respectively.

  • Went 5-2 in debut at the NCAA Championships (March 16-18), knocking off four top-10 ranked wrestlers en route to earning a fifth-place finish.

  • Defeated No. 3-ranked Joey McKenna (Stanford) by major decision (8-0) and No. 4-ranked Matthew Kolodzik (Princeton), 6-2, to clinch a spot on the podium at the NCAA Championships (March 17).

  • Defeated No. 5-ranked Anthony Ashnault (Rutgers), 4-2, in the fifth-place match at the NCAA Championships (March 18).

  • Captured the MAC Championship (March 5) at 141 pounds after outscoring his competition, 34-5, in three matches, including 10-1 major decision over Noah Forrider (Ohio) in the championships bout.

  • Closed the regular season by winning seven of his last eight matches in dual competition, posting three falls and two major decisions over that span.

  • Made the transition from 133 pounds to 141 pounds prior to the Southern Scuffle (Jan. 2), where he placed fifth following a 7-2 performance at the tournament.

  • Defeated ranked wrestlers in back-to-back victories, pinning No. 18-ranked Cameron Kelly (Ohio) at 1:44 (Dec. 11) and winning 11-7 over No. 19-ranked Anthony Tutolo (Kent State), (Dec. 20).

  • Won the UNI Open at 133 pounds (Dec. 3), posting a 4-0 record at the tournament with a major decision and a technical fall.

  • Made his Tiger debut by recording a fall over Dominic Latona (Virginia Tech) to help propel Mizzou to victory over the Hokies (Nov. 20).

FRESHMAN (2015-16)

  • Completed a highly impressive redshirt season at 133 pounds with a 22-2 record, placing first at three open tournaments and third at two events.

  • Won the Roger Denker Open (Jan. 24), recording two technical falls, a fall and a major decision in a 4-0 performance.

  • Placed third at the Reno Tournament of Champions (Dec. 20), recording three technical falls, two falls and a major decision in the tournament.

  • Won the UNI Open (Dec. 12), recording three falls and a major decision in the tournament.

  • Won the Joe Parisi Open (Nov. 21) with a fall and two major decisions en route to the title.

  • Took third at the Michigan State Open (Nov. 15), earning a fall, a technical fall and a major decision. Earned first collegiate win in 13-1 major decision over Luke Welch (Purdue).


  • Completed high school as the second undefeated, four-time state champion in Missouri history

  • Went 158-0 at Tolton, including a 53-0 senior season that finished with him being the 25th four-time champion in Missouri history

  • Two-time Fargo All-American

  • Ranked the No. 39 2015 recruit nationally by FloWrestling 



SeasonOverallDuals (MAC)Tournament (MAC/NCAA)Major Dec.Tech. FallFall

2015-16*22-20-0 (0-0)22-2 (0-0/0-0)668

2016-1729-710-3 (7-0)19-4 (3-0/5-2)745

2017-1832-316-0 (6-0)16-3 (3-0/4-2)5316

Career61-1026-3 (13-0)35-7 (6-0/9-4)12721

*- Redshirted, stats don't count to career totals