Sal Mastriani
    • Class
    • Weight
    • High School/Other
    • Hometown
    • r-Sophomore
    • 149 lbs.
    • Don Bosco Prep
    • Towaco, N.J.
    STATS
    YearOverallDualLeagueMajor Dec.Tech FallFallTimePoints
    2012-20130-00-00-0000-0
    2013-201412-169-123-32211:0036
    2014-20150-00-00-0000-0
    Career12-169-123-32211:0036

    Updated: October 19, 2014

    2013-14: Went 12-16 on the year and 9-12 in duals … Had two major decisions, two technical falls and a pin … Went 3-3 in ACC duals … Missed the Midlands due to injury … Rebounded strong at the Virginia Duals, picking up a major decision, a technical fall and then a pin of No. 5 Ian Miller … Won both of his matches in the UNC/Maryland weekend … Picked up a 28-13 technical fall in the Pittsburgh dual … Beat Ohio State's Randy Languis 4-3 in the dual meet … Went 2-2 at the ACC Championship to place fourth at 157 pounds.

    2012-13: Redshirted … Placed fifth at the National Collegiate Open … Won the Purple Raider Open … Took third at the Edinboro Open … Wrestling unattached, went 6-1 at the Wilkes Open, placing third … Went 4-2 at the Mat Town Open, hosted by Lock Haven, placing fifth.

    High School: Wrestled at national powerhouse Don Bosco Prep and Coach Chris Bitetto … The No. 13-ranked wrestler in the country at 152 pounds according to InterMat … Earned All-American honors at the NHSCA Senior Nationals … Placed second at the NHSCA Sophomore Nationals at 145 pounds in 2010 and placed fourth at the New Jersey State Tournament as a junior … A two-time NHSCA All-American … A two-time state runner-up … A Beast of the East champion … Went 41-1 his senior year and 139-20 for his career … Also played football for Coach Greg Toal … Was second-team all-league on the two-time national champion sqaud.

    Personal: Salvatore Thomas Mastriani was born August 27, 1993 in Montclair, NJ … The son of Sal and Jen Mastriani … Has three sisters: Martine, Miranda and Madison … Majoring in communication/public relations.

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