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Bryan Ortenzio
Position: 133
Year: Senior
City/State: Camp Hill, Pa.
High School: Cedar Cliff

Year Overall Duals MD TF Falls Fastest
2007-08 (133) 20-18 5-9 3 1 3 1:14
2008-09 (133) 23-15 9-9 4 3 1 1:57
2009-10 (133) 31-13 11-5 6 1 6 0:38
2010-11 DNC          
2011-12 (133) 31-5 13-1 9 1 2 1:16
Totals 105-51 38-24 22 6 12 0:38

Honors
2012 - EIWA Champion
2012 - NCAA Championships Qualifier
2012 - Second-team All-Ivy
2011 - Binghamton Open Champion
2011 - Keystone Classic Champion
2010 - NCAA Championships Qualifier
2010 - Second-team All-Ivy
2010 - EIWA Championships Fifth Place
2009 - Nittany Lion Open Champion

2011-12: EIWA champion ... NCAA Qualifier ... Second-team All-Ivy ... Binghamton Open champion ... Keystone Classic champion ... Finished career with 105 wins, ninth-most by a Penn wrestler ... 31-5 overall, leading the team in wins ... 13-1 in duals ... 14-3 against EIWA opponent s... 9-2  inside the Ivy League ... Team-high nine major decisions ... 5-0 at Binghamton Open to win championship (11/13) ... 4-0 at Keystone Classic to win championships (11/20) ... Defeated No. 20 Steven Keith of Harvard, 6-5, to claim title ... Won 16 consecutive matches to start the season (11/13-12/29) ... First loss came at Midlands (12/29) to Northern Iowa's Joe Colon, 5-4 ... 4-0 at EIWA Championships (3/3-3/4) to become Penn's 62nd EIWA champion ... Defeated Lehigh's No. 17 Mason Beckman, 4-1, in semifinals ... Claimed championship via a 2-1 win over Navy's Aaron Kalil ... 2-2 at NCAA Championships (3/15-17).

2010-11:
Did not compete.

2009-10:
Established a career high in wins with 31 to go with a career-low 13 losses ... 11-5 in dual meets ... 9-8 against EIWA opponents ... 4-1 in Ivy duals ... Scored 44 team points in duals ... Went 4-0 at the Nittany Lion Open (12/6) to win the title ... Went 5-2 at the Southern Scuffle (12/29-30) to finish fourth ... Had two falls in one day of Ivy action (2/6), sticking Mike Piccirillo (Brown) and Chadwick Eason (Harvard) in a combined 1:29 ... Went 3-2 at EIWA Championships (3/6-7) to finish in fifth place ... Two wins at the conference meet came via major decision ... Was 1-2 at NCAA Championships (3/18-20) ... Defeated Purdue's Akif Eren, 4-2, for first NCAA win.

2008-09: Second-team All-Ivy … Finished season with a 23-15 record … 9-9 in dual meets … 4-1 against Ivy opponents … 7-2 in EIWA duals … Scored 35 team points … Started the season by going 4-1 at the East Stroudsburg Open to finish in second place … Followed that up with a third-place finish at the Keystone Classic … Registered one win via fall, pinning Princeton’s Nikhil Pereira in 1:57 (11/22) … Had three wins via tech fall … Picked up four major decisions.

2007-08: Finished season 20-18 wrestling at 133 pounds ... 5-9 in dual meets, scoring 21 team points ... 3-2 in Ivy League bouts ... 7-4 against EIWA foes ... 4-2 at 2007 Keystone Classic (11/18) resulting in a fifth-place finish ... Penn won all five duals when he won his match ... Three of his wins came via fall, with the fastest in 1:14 ... Three wins by major decision ... One technical fall victory.

High School: Lettered four times in wrestling ... Two-year captain ... Two-time PIAA state placewinner (3rd, 4th) ... Two-time PIAA District III champion ... Powerade Tournament champion (2006) ... Reno Tournament of Champions All-Ameircan with second-place finish ... NHSCA Senior National All-American with sixth-place finish ... Two-time Patriot News Big 14 selection ... 2007 Carlisle Sentinel Wrestler of the Year ... Also lettered once in football ... 2005 Gold Key Writing recipient ... 2007 M&T Bank John Travers Award ... First-team academic all-state in 2005.

Personal: Son of Angela and Robert Ortenzio ... Father wrestled at Gettysburg College ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.


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