With an 8th place finish in 2002 and a 2nd place finish in 2003, Kevin Hoy became just the 2nd wrestler in Air Force Wrestling history to earn attain All-American status more than once.
As a senior, Hoy compiled a 44-4 record. He won titles at the West Regional Championships (named Most Outstanding Wrestler), the All-Academy Championships (again being named Most Outstanding Wrestler), the Colorado Collegiates, the Aggie Open, the Cowboy Open, and the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational (the first Air Force wrestler to do so). He also had a 2nd place finish at the Oklahoma Open, and 3rd place finishes at the Missouri Open and Midlands Invitational. In recognition of his season, Hoy was named as the Air Force Academy's top male athlete for 2002-2003.
For his career, Hoy finished with 160 victories which was a school record. In addition to being a 2-time All-American, Hoy was also a 4-time All-Academy champion, a 4-time Colorado Collegiates champion, a 2-time Aggie Open champion, a 2-time Southern Colorado Open champion, and a John Hancock Invitational champion.
One year following his graduation from the Air Force Academy, Hoy placed 4th at the 2004 Olympic Trials.
In high school, Hoy was a three year letter winner for Southern in wrestling. In 1999 he had his most successful year for the Rams, placing 5th in the state and winning the Region 6 and District 24 titles at 215 pounds. Hoy was also a standout football player for the Rams his junior and senior years.
In honor of his achievements on the mat, Hoy was inducted into the Region 6 Hall of Fame.
Kevin Hoy - 2-Time NCAA Division 1 All-American - Air Force Academy - Southern Regional Wrestling