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George DiCamillo
George  DiCamillo

RS Senior

Highland Heights, Ohio

High School:
St. Ignatius



Five Wrestlers Named ACC All-Academic Team Selections

Cavalier grapplers excel in the classroom and achieve success on the mat


DiCamillo, Mueller Take Pair Of ACC Awards

Senior Dicamillo named ACC Wrestler of the Year, Mueller named ACC Freshman of the Year


DiCamillo Finishes Runner-Up At NCAA Championships

Senior All-American matches best individual finish in program history as runner-up at 141 pounds


DiCamillo Advances To Finals Of NCAA Championships

DiCamillo and freshman Jack Mueller earn All-America honors with semifinal appearances


DiCamillo, Mueller Advance To NCAA Championships Quarterfinals

Pair of seeded Cavalier wrestlers go undefeated on opening day at NCAA Championships


NCAA Wrestling Championships (by Matthew Holst)

Nine Virginia wrestlers competed in the NCAA Championships Thursday (March 21).

2013 ACC Freshman of the Year
2013, 2015, 2016 NCAA Qualifier - 133 pounds
2013, 2015, 2016 ACC Champion - 133 pounds

Earned All-ACC honors as ACC Champion at 133 pounds
Became seventh UVA wrestler to win three ACC Championships
Earned his third NCAA Championships berth
Posted a 29-5 mark
Posted seven falls, four tech falls and seven major decisions
Went 10-1 in dual meets and 4-0 in ACC dual meets
Opened the season 9-0 before suffering his first loss to No. 5 Johnni DiJulius at No. 5 Ohio State (11/13)
Went 5-3 vs. nationally-ranked foes
Finished third at 133 pounds at Cliff Keen Invitational (12/4-12/5)
Wins over then No. 20 Joey Palmer (Oregon State), No. 15 Zach Synon (Missouri), No. 5 Johni DiJulius by medical forfeit (Ohio State) No 7 Earl Hall (Iowa State) at Cliff Keen
Only Cliff Keen loss came to eventual national champion Nashon Garrett (Cornell)
Placed third at the Southern Scuffle (1/1-1/2)
Went 2-2 at the NCAA Championships

• Earned automatic qualification for NCAA Championships for second time
• Was No. 12 seed at 133 pounds at NCAAs
• Finished with 28-9 record (second on team in wins)
• Cruised to his second ACC championship at 133 pounds (3/8)
• Went 2-2 at NCAAs, including wins over Kevin Norstrem of Virginia Tech (MD, 8-0) and No. 5 seed Zane Richards of Illinois (SV, 6-4)
• Both losses at NCAAs came to seeds, including eventual national champion Cody Brewer (Oklahoma) and A.J. Schopp (Edinboro)
• Was 11-8 against 2015 NCAA qualifiers
• Eight of nine defeats came to ranked opponents, all of whom were seeded at NCAAs
• Ranked No. 11 in final TheOpenMat 133 rankings, No. 12 by Flowrestling, No. 13 by AWN and WIN and No. 14 by InterMat
• Went 5-0 in ACC duals – earned bonus points in three of five (all five decided by four-plus points)
• Placed sixth at Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational – suffered pair of one-point losses to top-10 opponents
• Won 133-pound championship at Hokie Open (11/10)

• Redshirt season

• Named ACC Freshman of the Year
• Set Virginia record for wins by a freshman as he went 33-10 on the season
• Won the ACC championship at 133 pounds - first Virginia freshman ACC champion since Gage Short at 177 pounds in 1995
• First Virginia freshman to earn a national seed at NCAA Championships (No. 11)
• Won the Hokie and Wolfpack opens at 133 pounds
• Placed fifth at 133 at Las Vegas Invitational and Southern Scuffle
• Wrestled 10 of the top 20-ranked wrestlers (in final poll) during season
• Was 13-9 against 2013 NCAA qualifiers
• Wrestled seven of the NCAA Championships' national seeds (No. 2 Tony Ramos of Iowa, No. 5 Chris Dardanes of Minnesota, No. 6 Nathan McCormick of Missouri, No. 7 Jonathon Morrison of Oklahoma State, No. 9 Levi Wolfensperger of Northern Iowa, No. 10 Scotti Sentes of Central Michigan, No. 12 Jordan Conaway of Penn State)
• Went 4-1 in ACC dual competition; lone loss came to Maryland's Geoffrey Alexander
• Lost in sudden victory time to then-No. 6 Nathan McCormick of Missouri at Las Vegas Invitational and No. 5 Chris Dardanes of Minnesota at Southern Scuffle
• Won the first two college tournaments of his career, the Hokie Open (11/4) and Wolfpack Open (11/11)
• Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Two-time Ohio state champion (112 pounds in 2011, 120 pounds in 2012)
• Three-time Walsh Ironman champion
• Finished with 152-7 career record
• Set school records for most wins and best career record
• Won his matches at the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic and for Team USA at Dream Team Classic
• Coached by Mark Sullivan

• Parents are Ralph and Mary Lou DiCamillo
• Has one sister, Marissa

Weight Overall Dual ACC Dual Dual Pts. ACC NCAA MD TF Pins Fastest
Year Class Record Record Record Scored W/L W/L W/L Pin
2012-13 133 33-10 11-4 4-1 34 2-0/1st 3-2 4-3 1-0 4-1 0:41
2013-14* 133 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 --
2014-15 133 28-9 14-2 5-0 57 2-0/1st 2-2 8-2 3-0 4-3 1:21
2015-16 133 29-5 10-1 4-0 51 2-0/1st 2-2 8-0 4-0 7-0 :43
Career 90-24 35-7 13-1 142 6-0 7-6 20-5 8-0 15-4 0:41
*denotes redshirt season


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