2006-Harwood went 0-2 in his first career trip to the NCAA Championships. In the first round, Harwood was defeated by major decision at 165 pounds by
Big 12 Championships
2007-Competing at 174 pounds, Harwood placed fourth at the Big 12 Championships for a second consecutive season and narrowly missed qualifying for the NCAA Championships for a second consecutive season.
Entering the tournament as a No. 4 seed, Harwood lost his first-round match to Grant Turner of Iowa State, 3-2, but won the consolation match with a 4-0 decision over Josh Weitzel of Oklahoma. Harwood lost to Turner again in the 3rd-place match, 5-3.
2006-Harwood finished fourth at 2006 Big 12 Championships with a 1-2 record. Harwood was awarded a wild-card bid to nationals, as he faced a tough weight class in which all five wrestlers were ranked.
The No. 4 seed, Harwood won his opening round match with
2005-Harwood was 0-2 in his two matches in his first career appearance at the Big 12 Championships. However, both of his losses were hotly contested matches, including his overtime loss to 15th-ranked Nick Passalano of
2007-Harwood entered the season as the Huskers' starter at 165 pounds, but injuries to teammates forced him to split time between 165 and 174 for most of the season. Harwood still managed success as he ended the season with a 13-13 record, including 9-9 in duals. Harwood recorded 16 takedown's on the year as well as four pins. He earned one technical fall and one medical decision.
2006-Harwood started for the Huskers at 165 pounds for most of the season and finished with a 9-6 dual mark.
In the first dual match of the year, Harwood blasted
Harwood won back-to-back matches by major decision before heading to the National Duals and wrestling to a 2-2 record. Harwood ended the season losing to three ranked wrestlers in conference duals.
2005-Harwood spent most of the season as
Harwood started his first season of varsity wrestling on a tear. After losing his first match of the Harold Nichols Open to start the campaign, Harwood won 14 of his next 15 matches.
In his dual debut against
Harwood followed up that clutch performance with a third-place finish at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational. Included among Harwood’s six wins were three bonus-point victories and a win over ninth-ranked Nick Roy of
In conference duals, Harwood faced a deep field of 174-pound wrestlers. All five were ranked at some point during the season, including eventual national champion Chris Pendleton of
2004-Harwood missed the entire 2004 season while recovering from an elbow injury.
2003-Harwood was one of three redshirts to share
Personal-The son of David and Susan Harwood, Marc was born Nov. 12, 1983. He has two brothers, Derek and Jace. He majored in art at