Nine Virginia wrestlers competed in the NCAA Championships Thursday (March 21).
2013 ACC Freshman of the Year 2013, 2015 NCAA Qualifier - 133 pounds 2013, 2015 ACC Champion - 133 pounds
AT VIRGINIA: 2014-15 • 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)
2013-14 • Redshirt season
2012-13 • 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
SAINT IGNATIUS HIGH SCHOOL • 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
PERSONAL • Parents are Ralph and Mary Lou DiCamillo • Has one sister, Marissa