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Victor Marcelli

Massillon, Ohio
High School
Victor Marcelli - Wrestling - Virginia Cavaliers

• 2021 NCAA Qualifier

• Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Posted a 5-3 record in limited action due to injury
• Competed at the Lehman Open (1/7) and at the Appalachian Open (1/29)
• Went 3-2 at the Lehman Open
• Went 2-1 at the Appalachian Open
• Posted three bonus-point victories with a pin and two major decisions

• NCAA qualifier at 174 pounds as an at-large selection
• Posted an 8-7 record on the season with a 4-2 mark in
• Went 3-2 in ACC duals
• Opened the year by going 2-1 at the Appalachian State Individual Quad (1/2)
• Went 6-3 in the regular season with two losses to nationally-ranked foes
• Went 2-2 at the ACC Championships, falling in sudden victory in the third-place match
• Went 0-2 at the NCAA Championships in his first appearance

• Posted a 13-16 record on the season
• Posted a seventh-place finish at the Midlands Championships (12/29-30) with a 4-2 record
• Took a fourth-place finish at the Mat Town Open II (2/23)
• Only three matches dropped in the season were decided by bonus points and six by three points or fewer

• Redshirt season
• Posted a 21-6 record while wrestling at 184 pounds
• Competed in six open tournaments, placing in each of them
• First-place finish at the Hokie Open (11/4) to start the season with a 5-0 record
• Closed the season with a second-place finish at the National Collegiate Open (2/23)
• Turned in third-place finishes at the Wolfpack Open (11/18), Franklin & Marshall Open (1/5) and Appalachian State Open (1/26)
• Finished in fifth-place at the Patriots Open (12/9)
• Went 5-0 in matches decided by pinfall, 3-0 in matches decided by tech fall and 2-1 in major decisions

• 2018 Ohio State Champion
• Three-time state place-winner
• Two-time FloNationals All-American
• Six-time Fargo All-American
• Fila Cadet All-American
• Ranked No. 11 at 182 pounds by InterMat

• Son of Angela and Brian Marcelli
• Has two older sisters, Michaela and Marissa
• Sister, Marissa, played softball at Cleveland State
• Older brother, Lucas, wrestled at Case Western Reserve before his passing
• Active in Younglife through high school
• Pursuing a Non-Degree in Education