2009-2010 (SENIOR, 184)
Finished 17-18 in his only collegiate season at 184 pounds ... placed second at the Missouri Open (11/22) with a 3-1 mark ... went 2-2 at both the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational (12/4) and the Midlands Championships (12/29) ... posted a 3-5 Big Ten Dual record with wins at Minnesota (1/31) and Indiana (2/14) ... finished his career ranked 16th in Purdue history with 216 takedowns.
2008-2009 (JUNIOR, 174)
Notched an 11-13 record, including a 2-6 mark in Big Ten duals ... swept three matches at the inaugural Boilermaker Challenge (11/15), posting a pair of major decisions and racking up 19 takedowns ... went 2-2 at the Midlands Championships (12/29-30), finishing one win shy of placing ... scored a 2-1 record at the Old Dominion Duals (1/4), including a sudden-victory win over Colonial Athletic Association Champion Mendbagana Tovuujav of George Mason ... earned Big Ten wins over Dave Rella of Ohio State (D 6-4) and Travis Rutt of Wisconsin (D 5-1) ... went 0-2 at the Big Ten Championships (3/7), falling to Penn State's Quentin Wright and Rella ...was fourth on the team with 55 takedowns, good for 2.29 per match.
2007-2008 (SOPHOMORE, 174)
Posted a record of 24-13 overall and 4-4 in conference duals as a sophomore ... took third at the Eastern Michigan Open (11/3) with a 4-1 record ... went 3-0 at the ACC/Big Ten Clash (11/17), finishing as the only Boilermaker with three wins on the day ... notched a 4-2 mark at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational (11/30-12/1) ... finished 3-2 at the Midlands Championships (12/29-30) ... won four straight Big Ten dual matches (1/27-2/10), capped by a 5-4 decision over 11th-ranked Gabe Dretsch of Minnesota ... led the team with a career-best 76 takedowns on the year and tied for fourth with his 24 victories.
2006-2007 (MEDICAL HARDSHIP)
Suffered a season-ending injuring at the Midlands Championships, received a medical hardship from the NCAA in Feb. 2008, counting his second season as a redshirt.
2005-2006 (FRESHMAN, 174)
Notched a 17-19 record in his innaugural campaign... started off the year with a fourth-place showing at the Eastern Michigan Open (11/5), going 5-2 in the tournament, including his first collegiate pin, a 1:12 decision over Andrejs Zalaiskains of Findley... followed up with a 4-2 mark and fifth-place finish at the Body Bar Invitational (11/19) with all four wins coming by decision... went 3-0 in the Purdue Duals and reeled off a career-best fourth straight victory in his opening match at the Midlands Championships (12/29), where he finished 1-2... earned his first career win by major decision at the Lone Star Duals (1/7), a 12-4 victory over Matt Gevlinger of Brown... winless in the Big Ten Duals, nearly defeating Marc Bennett of Indiana (3-4) and nationally ranked Blake Maurer of Ohio State (2-3)... took home an eighth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships (3/4-5), securing a medical victory over Nick Roy of Michigan.
Four-time letterwinner at Elkhart Memorial High School ... posted a record of 127-10 as a sophomore, junior and senior ... qualified for the state tournament as a sophomore and junior ... claimed sectional and regional titles as a sophomore, and conference, sectional and regional crowns as a junior ... won the 171-pound state title as a senior ... was an all-state selection in football and baseball as a senior ... coached on the mat by Brian Seltzer.
Born on Jan. 10, 1987, in Elkhart, Ind. ... full name is Nicholas Benjamin Corpe ... son of Tim and Polly Corpe ... has one sister, Emily, and one brother, Zack ... enjoys sports ... majoring in physical education.