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2005-06 Virginia Wrestling Roster

Name Weight Height Year Hometown/High School
Eric Albright
133
5-6
Fr.
York, Pa./Red Lion HS
Nick Alparone
141
5-7
Fr.
Flemington, N.J./Hunterdon Central HS
Zach Anderson
125
5-6
Fr.
Richmond, Va./James River HS
Danny Artusio
149
5-8
Fr.
Winchester, Va./James Wood HS
Kyle Artusio
157
5-7
Fr.
Winchester, Va./James Wood HS
Trevor Bowers 141 5-7 Fr. Mentor, Ohio./Lake Catholic HS
Anthony Burke 125 5-2 So. Poquoson, Va./Poquoson
Rocco Caponi 174 6-1 So.
Uniontown, Ohio/.SVSM
Drew DiPasquale 149 5-7 So.
Bloomsburg, Pa./Bloomsburg
Matt Federici
149 6-1
So. Sewell, N.J./St. Augustine HS
Peter Ferrara
141 5-8 Fr. Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks West HS
Jason Fuller
HWT
6-5
Fr. Virginia Beach, Va./Kempsville HS
Ross Gitomer
125
5-3
Fr.
Flemington, N.J./Blair Academy
Mike Grogan 174 6-2 R-So. North Canton, Ohio/Hoover
Ben Johnson
133
5-6
Fr.
Massillon, Ohio/Jackson HS
Damian Johnson 165 6-0 R-So. New Kensington, Pa./Shady Side Academy
Brent Jones
197
5-11
Fr.
Burke, Va./Robinson HS
Adam Kimbrell 133 5-7 So. Dawsonville, Ga./Dawson County
Conor Manley 165 6-0 Jr. Wilton, Conn./Wilton
Brian McReynolds 157 5-9 Jr. Saint Louis, Mo./Westminster
Kyle Narkiewicz 184 5-11 R-So. Lititz, Pa./Warwick
Mike Sewell
157 5-7 Fr. Bothell, Wash./Inglemoor HS
Nick Smith HWT 6-1 So.
Boise, Id./Centennial
Scott Smith 197 5-10 Jr. Columbus, Ohio/The Columbus Academy

Head Coach: Steve Garland (Virginia, 2000), First season.
Assistant Coaches:  Scott Moore (Penn State, 2003), Pat DeGain (Indiana, 2005), Josh Walker (Penn State, 2005),

 
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