2005-Pascoe earned his first All-America honor with a 3-2 record and sixth-place finish at the 2005 NCAA Championships. Pascoe opened with a 15-7 major decision over Slippery Rock's Charlie Piennar and advanced with a 6-5 decision against Virginia Tech's Steve Boria and 17-10 decision over Oklahoma's Justin Dyer. Pascoe lost a 10-8 decision to Cornell's Tyler Baier and finished with a 3-1 loss to Iowa's Paul Bradley.
2004-The No. 5 seed, Pascoe was upset in the first round by Blake Kaplan of Ohio State, 4-3. Pascoe started a four-match run through the consolation bracket with an 8-4 win over Alex Clemson of Edinboro. Pascoe beat Cornell’s Jerry Rinaldi 9-5 before falling to Matt Pell of Missouri in the third round of consolations, 12-6. Pascoe finished his third trip to the NCAA Championships with a record of 2-2.
2003-Unseeded entering the NCAA Championships, Pascoe was defeated by 10th-seeded Curtis Owen of Arizona State, 6-4 in sudden victory overtime. Dropping down to wrestlebacks, Pascoe recorded his fourth pin of the season over ninth-seeded Blake Kaplan of Ohio State in a time of 1:25. Pascoe then recorded back-to-back wins over Chris Carlino of Cal State Fullerton, 22-8, and Matt Herrington of Penn, 10-5, before falling to Pat O’Donnell of Harvard by fall in a time of 3:46.
2002-In his first NCAA Championships appearance, Pascoe entered the tournament as the 11th seed and defeated Jimi Massey of Virginia, 11-8 in the opening round. In the second round Pascoe fell to sixth-seeded Josh Lambrecht of Oklahoma by fall 1:30 into the first period. Dropping down to wrestlebacks, Pascoe defeated top-seeded Scott Justus of Virginia Tech, 5-3, before being ousted by Oklahoma State's Pat Popolizio, 5-3.
Big 12 Championships
2005-Pacoe claimed his highest finish ever at the Big 12 Championships with a second-place showing in 2005. Top-seeded Pascoe earned a 10-5 decision over Oklahoma's Justin Dyer in the semifinals, but was pinned by Iowa State's Kurt Backes in 2:13 in the final.
2004-Pascoe beat Iowa State’s Kurt Backes in the first round, 10-3. After falling to Jake Rosholt of Oklahoma State 10-5 in the second round, Pascoe lost the rematch to Backes, 6-4. Pascoe evened his record for the day at 2-2 with a 7-6 win over Justin Dyer of Oklahoma. He earned a wild-card bid to the NCAA Championships.
2003-Seeded third, Pascoe suffered a first-round loss to Robbie Waller of Oklahoma, 7-2. Pascoe picked up a third-place finish with a 21-8 major decision over Jon Siordas of Missouri. Before his match with Siordas, Pascoe pinned Nels Matson of Iowa State in a time of 3:12.
2002-Entering the Big 12 Championships seeded second, Pascoe was upset by third-seeded Pat Popolizio of Oklahoma State, 4-3. Pascoe picked up a third-place finish with a 6-5 win over Dante Stone of Missouri. Before his match with Stone, Pascoe defeated Austen Palmer of Iowa State, 6-2, in the consolation bracket.
2005-Pascoe notched a 27-5 record, including 19-2 in duals, during the 2004-05 season to become the 16th Husker to eclipse the 100 career wins mark. Pascoe earned 68 dual points courtsey of two pins, two technical falls and nine major decisions. He recorded at least 22 wins ever season he competed for Nebraska.
2004-Pascoe started his junior season on a tear. En route to a 28-7 season record, Pascoe won his first 23 matches of the year. His 18 dual wins tied for seventh on Nebraska’s all-time charts for dual victories in a season. Pascoe was named the CSTV National Wrestler of the Week after sweeping through a pair of duals in New York. He pinned Rudy Medini of Rutgers in 0:26, then defeated 13th-ranked Brad Christie of Hofstra by technical fall, 21-6.
With nine wins in the month of December, Pascoe earned Big 12 Wrestler-of-the-Month honors. He registered five bonus-point wins during the month, including a 13-5 major decision victory over eighth-ranked Blake Kaplan of Ohio State to win the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational.
2003-Pascoe posted a 22-15 record and finished the season as the team and conference leader in takedowns with 93. Of Pascoe’s 22 wins, 15 earned the Huskers bonus points (four pins, three technical falls, eight major decisions). Pascoe had a season-high seven-match win streak from Dec. 12 to Jan. 4. Pascoe recorded a 4-8 record against ranked opponents and had the deciding victory in the win over Cal Poly with a technical fall over Martin Floreani, 24-9. Pascoe’s 67 dual points ranked third on the team behind two-time All-American Jason Powell and Travis Shufelt.
2002-Pascoe posted a 23-9 record and finished the season ranked 11th in the nation at 184 pounds. Pascoe began the season winning 14 of his first 16 matches. He won the Kaufman Brand Open with a 6-0 record, including a victory over sixth-ranked Jessman Smith of Iowa. Pascoe finished second on the team in dual takedowns with 65 and posted a 4-6 record against ranked opponents. His five technical falls ranked second on the team behind four-time All-American Bryan Snyder. After dropping his first-round match at the Big 12 Championships, Pascoe won a pair of matches in wrestlebacks to qualify for the NCAA Championships.
2001-Pascoe compiled a 22-3 record wrestling unattached in open tournaments as a redshirt in 2001. Pascoe took individual titles at the UNO Kaufman-Brand Open, UNK Hardees Open and the Northwestern College Open. In Kearney, Pascoe was tabbed Outstanding Wrestler.
Before Nebraska-At Gonzaga Preparatory School located in Spokane, Wash., Pascoe compiled a 138-8 career mark while winning three Washington state titles. Pascoe earned All-America honors as the nation’s top 189-pound high school wrestler. He was also a four-time letterwinner for the football team. He posted a fourth-place finish at the Cadet World Trials in 1997.
Personal-The son of Lee and Julie Pascoe, Travis has two brothers, Jeremy, and Nathan. Travis was born on June 4, 1981. He is a biological sciences major.