Bulldawgs News · Bulldawg Wrestling: Landon Robison makes history


Landon Robison continues to raise the standard for Bulldawg wrestling by becoming the first ever wrestler in program history to receive a scholarship to compete at the collegiate level. This week he signed his National Letter of Intent to attend the University of the Ozarks – Arkansas where he says he will major in Business Administration.

Landon is a four year wrestler at the high school level but has been wrestling all over the nation since he was 6 years old. In 8th grade he competed at the Brute Nationals, where he took second place and was named an All-American. In high school he amassed a school record of 169 career wins while being a team captain for his final 3 seasons. He was a 2 time district champion and a 4 time regional qualifier. He was also a 2 time regional placer. Landon also was ranked in the top 20 in the state for his entire Junior and Senior season, climbing as high as 7th in the polls.

All of us at Bulldawg Nation are so proud of this young man and are excited to watch him continue to do what he loves at the next level. Congratulations Landon Robison on once again making Bulldawg Wrestling history!

 

Collage of pictures during Landon's visit to University of Ozarks Kansas, Landon standing in wrestling room, piture of wrestling room, picture of family on campus
Landon visits University of Ozaraks – Arkansas
Landon as child in wrestling stance
Landon during youth wrestling
8th grade Landon standing at Brute Nationals
Landon at Brute Nationals (2nd place)
Landon standing in wrestling singlet
Landon during senior season