University of Iowa Athletics

Jaydin Eierman

Height 5-8
Weight 141 lbs.
Class Sr.
Hometown Columbia, Missouri
High School Father Tolton
Jaydin  Eierman - Men's Wrestling - University of Iowa Athletics

Hawk Item
• Sat out 2019-20 season with an Olympic Redshirt Joined Iowa program in 2020-21 after transferring from Missouri.

• Four-time All-American (Missouri – 2017, 2018, 2019; Iowa – 2021)
• Posted a 120-17 career record, going 31-4 at Iowa
• Was 46-16 all-time vs. ranked opponents
• Four-time conference champion (three-time MAC, one-time Big Ten)
• Started 63 career duals
• Went 7-1 at Carver-Hawkeye Arena

• Posted a 19-3 overall record at 141 pounds
• Placed 2nd at Big Ten Championships and earned an automatic bid to NCAA Championships
• Went 12-1 in dual competition and 3-1 in Big Ten duals
• Scored 42 team points in dual competition
• Climbed as high as No. 2 in the national rankings
• Tied for the team lead with three pins and tallied three major decisions
• Letterwinner

• All-American
• Runner-up at 141 pounds at the NCAA Championships, earning his fourth All-America honor
• Won the Big Ten Championship at 141
• Won the 2021 U.S. Senior Nationals to earn a berth to the 2021 World Team Trials
• Finished his season 12-1, winning his first 12 matches of the season
• Spent the season ranked No. 1 through the NCAA Championships
• Nine wins over ranked opponents, including five top 10 wins
• Led the team with six falls
• Letterwinner

• Earned All-America status for the third consecutive season after finishing third at 141 pounds during the 2019 NCAA Championships
• Went 5-1 at the national tournament with his only loss coming to top-seeded and eventual national champion Yianni Diakomihalis of Cornell in a 6-5 decision in the quarterfinals
• Captured his third straight MAC Championship at 141 pounds after going 3-0 at the conference tournament with a technical fall and a pair of pins… named MAC Wrestler of the Year for the second consecutive season
• Named the program’s Co-Most Outstanding Wrestler
• Finished his junior season with a 28-4 overall record, including a 14-2 mark in duals and a 14-2 mark in tournament action with a combined 8-1 mark in both the MAC and NCAA Tournaments, of his 28 wins, 20 came with bonus points, including a team-high 17 pins – tied for the sixth-most in a single season in program history.

• Named 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
• Named co-Most Outstanding Wrestler of the Year at end-of-the-year banquet
• Recorded a mark of 32-3, including a perfect 16-0 mark in duals, while winning 24 matches by bonus points (16 falls, three technical falls and five major decisions)
• Went 4-2 at the NCAA Championships, advancing to the semifinals and finishing fourth at 141 pounds, recording two wins over ranked wrestlers and three by bonus points

• Recorded a record of 29-7, earning All-America honors by finishing fifth at the NCAA Championships
• 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)… named Outstanding Freshman at the end-of-the-year team banquet
• Led 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 at the NCAA Championships, knocking off four top-10 ranked wrestlers en route to earning a fifth-place finish
• Captured the MAC Championship at 141 pounds after outscoring his competition, 34-5, in three matches
• 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.

• 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, 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, 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, earning a fall, a technical fall and a major decision. Earned first collegiate win in 13-1 major decision over Luke Welch (Purdue)

High School
• 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

• born May 2, 1006
• Parents are Heather Thurston and Mike Eierman. Has one sister, Josie
• Communications major

Overall Dual Big Ten Dual Dual Pts. Big Ten NCAA OT MD TF Pins Fastest
Year Record Record Record Scored Place Place W/L W/L W/L W/L Pin
2016-17 (MIZZ) 29-7 10-0 0-0 47 1st 5th 0-0 7-1 4-0 5-2 1:44
2017-18 (MIZZ) 32-3 16-0 0-0 64 1st 4th 0-1 5-0 3-0 16-0 0:48
2018-19 (MIZZ) 28-4 14-2 0-0 76 1st 3rd 0-0 0-0 3-0 17-0 1:16
2020-21 12-1 5-0 5-0 25 1st 2nd 0-1 1-0 1-0 6-0 2:59
2021-22 19-3 12-1 5-1 42 2nd dnp 0-1 3-0 0-0 3-0 3:26
Career 101-15 45-2 5-0 254 0-3 16-1 11-0 47-2 0:48