2010 All-American (125)
Two-time NCAA Qualifier (2010, 2012)
Two-time Big Ten Championship placewinner (6th - 125, 2010 & 5th - 133, 2012)
2010 & 2012 Most Outstanding Wrestler
2010 & 2012 Most Takedowns Award
2010 Outstanding Freshman
17th career takedowns - 221
Finished 22-8 in his first collegiate season at 133 pounds ... took second at the Eastern Michigan Open (11/5), sustaining and injury in the finals and missing a month of competition ... led squad to a Big Ten dual victory over Michigan State (12/9) with a major decision in his first match back ... won 12 straight matches from 1/20 to 3/3, including seven bonus point victories ... won the Ashland Simonson Open (1/28), going 4-0 with two major decisions, a technical fall and a fall ... went 2-0 at the NWCA National Duals (2/12) ... earned a crucial 12-4 major decision over Central Michigan's Zach Horan to lead team to a 19-18 dual victory (2/19) ... placed fifth at the Big Ten Championships (3/3-4), going 3-2 including a pair of wins over Minnesota's Chris Dardanes and earning an automatic bid to NCAAs ... went 2-2 at the NCAA Championships (3/15-16) with a major decision and sudden victory ... led team with 97 takedowns, tying the No. 19 single-season mark and surpassing 200 for his career (221) ... ranked second on the team with 40 back points, led squad with two technical falls and tied for team lead with six major decisions ... named Purdue's Most Outstanding Wrestler for second time in his career.
Did not compete during his second season at Purdue.
2009-2010 (FRESHMAN, 125/133) Earned All-America honors at 125 pounds with a sixth-place finish at the NCAA Championships, finishing the year 28-15 overall ... took home fourth place at the Eastern Michigan Open (11/7) ... placed second at the Cleveland State Open (12/13) ... swept four matches at the Purdue Duals (12/20), posting two falls and a major decision ... went 3-2 at the Midlands Wrestling Championships (12/29-30), scoring a trio of major decisions, including back-to-back 20-point efforts against Iowa State's Dallas Collier and Maryland's James Knox ... wrestled a trio of matches at 133 pounds at the Old Dominion Duals (1/3), finishing 2-1 on the day with wins over Justin LaValle of Old Dominion (D 6-3) and Manuel Ramirez of UNC Greensboro (MD 17-5) ... went 4-3 in Big Ten Duals ... earned an automatic qualifier to the national tournament with a sixth-place showing at the Big Ten Championships (3/6-7) ... went 3-3 at the NCAA Championships (3/18-20), reaching the national semifinals ... became the fifth freshman All-American in school history and just the third true freshman to earn the honor ... posted a team-best 124 takedowns, becoming the first freshman in school history to top the 100-takedown mark in a season, good for sixth in single-season history ... led the team with 10 major decisions.
HIGH SCHOOL Four-year varsity letterwinner and Indiana State High School Championship qualifier at Lawrence North High School ... named the No. 65 recruit in the nation in 2009 by InterMat Wrestling ... won the 2009 USA Wrestling Junior Freestyle National Championship in Fargo, N.D. ... three-year Indiana placewinner, winning the state title in 2008, placing second in 2007 and third in 2009 ... coached on the mat by former Boilermakers Jared Williams and Eric Douglas, and Michael Weimer and Jeremy Gondol.
PERSONAL Born on July 12, 1990, in Indianapolis, Ind. ... full name is Christopher Cashé Quiroga ... is the son of Chris Quiroga and Cathy Ray ... has three brothers: Dustin, Memo and Blake, and four sisters: Angie, Amanda, Cameo and Samantha ... enjoys the outdoors ... intends to major in organizational leadership and supervision.