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Ross Gitomer
Ross  Gitomer

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Flemington, N.J.

High School:
Blair Academy

Height / Weight:
5-3 / 125

AT VIRGINIA: 2005-06 - Redshirted, but went 8-3 while wrestling in open tournaments ... won two matches by major decisions ... had an impressive 20-5 win over Binghamton's Brian Ellis at the East Stroudsburg Open ... after losing first match rebounded to win four in a row and eight of his last 10 matches.

PREP & PERSONAL - Earned four letters in wrestling at Blair Academy ... placed second at the National High School Wrestling Championships ... national prep school champion, who was ranked as high as a top-five recruit in several recruiting publications ... second at senior national championships ... named a high school All-American ... born Sept. 21, 1987 in Morristown, N.J. ... son of Suzanne and Drew Gitomer ... chose Virginia because of its combination of academics, wrestling and people ... has a sister, Madeline ... also enjoys canoeing and kayaking ... placed fifth to earn freestyle All-American honors at the FILA Junior National Championships.

Gitomer by the Numbers

Year Weight Class Overall W-L Dual W-L Pins
2005-06 125 8-3 0-0 0

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