Coach Bill Musick had the same goal every year: “Go undefeated in duals and tournaments.” Even though his teams had won state community college titles in 1975, 1989 and 1993 and taken the state dual-meet title in 1992, his goal didn’t become reality until the magical 1994 season. Led by 134-pounder Yero Washington, 142-pounder Eddie Ramos and heavyweight Chad Mast, Fresno CC was 9-0 in duals and 9-0 in tournaments - capped by adding the state tournament title in December to the dual-meet crown won a month earlier. The perfect season was the first for a California community college team and landed the Rams a No.2 national ranking in the final poll.
Fresno CC finished with 130 ½ points at the state tournament, easily eclipsing runner-up Cerritos (109) and Palomar (81 ½). Its closest dual match was a 27-10 victory over Palomar. Just like the team, Washington had a perfect season with a 38-0 mark and was named the outstanding wrestler st seven tournaments, including the state meet. Nearly perfect were state champions Ramos and Mast, who combined with Washington for a 106-2 record. Six Rams advanced to championship matches at the state meet in Whittier and two others to the semifinals. All earned All-America honors. In addition to the three individual champions, Isaac Pumajero (118), Victor DeLaCruz (126) and Jeremiah Muhammad (190) placed second. Doug Miller (158) and Elias Zamorano (177) finished fourth. The team: head coach Bill Musick, assistant coach Robert Arballo, Isaac Pumajero, Victor DeLaCruz, Yero Washington, Eddie Ramos, Ray Benevides, Doug Miller, Fred Douthat, Elias Zamorano, Jeremiah Muhammad, Chad Mast.