Flournoy, a graduate of Fauquier H.S. and part of the Falcon wrestling team from 2008-11 was named CAA wrestler of the week. Flournoy is a red-shirt freshman that is starting for the Patriots at 149 pounds. Flournoy current dual record is 7-9, he stands at 2-4 in CAA conference play, as his overall record is 13-14.
| Greg Flournoy
As a four year starter for the Falcons Flournoy was a 4x district champ, a 2x regional champ, and one of three Fauquier wrestlers that was a 4x State place winner (4th, 4th, 2nd, 5th). He is also currently 5th on the most wins list for Fauquier wrestling with 172 wins.
| Greg Flournoy
College: George Mason University
Major: Business Administration
How has your year gone?
Flournoy: “So far my year has gone well as I have had some highs and lows but that is expected in a college sport. I started off the year pretty slow as I did not get to wrestle hardly any last year due to my injury so it took a while to get adjusted back to wrestle let alone a college pace. But now as the season is winding down I feel like myself and picking up the pace and as I am really excited for conferences tournament”.
Any personal goals?
Flournoy: “My personal goals are to be in the finals at Conferences and to qualify for the NCAA National tournament. I would also like to make some noise in the national tournament and make sure that my name is known when I leave there.”
Any words that you can to express with regards to the Fauquier Wrestling program?
Flournoy: “Coach Fisher and the individuals who placed at the state tournament it was another successful year for the Fauquier program. Keep on working hard this off-season so that you can be even more successful next year. Believe that you will win, Believe that you trained hard enough Believe in yourself and you will be successful.”
The CAA Conference tournament is schedule for March 8th in Boston, Mass. as the top wrestlers in each weight class will advance to the NCAA.
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