Nine Virginia wrestlers competed in the NCAA Championships Thursday (March 21).
2013 ACC Freshman of the Year 2013 NCAA Qualifier - 133 pounds 2013 ACC Champion - 133 pounds
AT VIRGINIA: 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