Three duals await the Boilermakers (3-0) on Saturday in Troy, N.Y.
Sophomore Brandon Nelsen turned in another 2-0 weekend on Sunday.
The Boilermakers won 18 of 20 individual bouts on Sunday.
The Boilermakers came up just a point shy of a perfect, 4-0 day, falling to #16 Maryland, 20-19.
Despite the 16-16 tie score, the Black team prevailed due to NCAA criteria.
Notched a 17-15 record in his first collegiate campaign ... finished 3-2 at the Michigan State Open (11/12), including his first career major decision ... saw his first varsity dual action at the Northeast Duals (11/26), going 0-3 against a trio of NCAA qualifiers ... went 2-2 at the Midlands Championships (12/29) ... placed fifth at the Roger Denker Open (1/15) with a 6-2 record, including his first two collegiate falls ... took third at the Ashland Simonson Open (1/28), going 4-1 ... finished 1-2 at the National Collegiate Open (2/26).
Did not compete during initial season at Purdue.
Four-year varsity letterwinner at Hobart High School; qualified for the Indiana State High School Championships all four years, winning state titles as a junior and senior; took second at the state tournament as a sophomore; compiled a high school career record of 162-15, including a 42-1 mark as a senior and 41-1 junior season; placed fifth at the 2009 junior national tournament and fifth at the 2008 sophomore national tournament, named one of the top recruits in the country by both D1CollegeWrestling.net and InterMat Wrestling.
Francisco Porras was born May 19, 1992, in Munster, Ind.; is the son of Frank and Amparo Porras; has two sisters, Alicia and Marisa; enjoys sports and video games; majoring in computer science.