Zac Thomusseit wins by pin fall to secure match for Gold team
Career: 28-26 overall record with nine pins, three tech falls and five major decisions.
2013-14: 12-8 record with four falls, two technical falls and a major decision...went 2-1 in duals for Pitt at 157 pounds...finished fourth at both the Clarion Open and Keystone Classic.
2012-13: Went 8-9 competing in open tournaments...went a perfect 6-0 in bonus point matches...had three falls on the season with the fastest coming at 2:09 against Sean O'Malley of Maryland at the Penn State Open.
2011-12: Redshirted the season...finished 8-9 with two pins and two major decisions competing in open tournaments...posted a 3-2 record at the Cleveland State Open and a 2-2 record at both the East Stroudsburg Open and Ashland Simonson Open...won first career match with a first-period fall over Michael Innes (Army) at the season-opening Buffalo Open...defeated Edinboro's David Osterberg, 8-3, in his only match against an EWL opponent.
High School: Tallied career record of 131-37...two-time PIAA state qualifier, placing fourth as a senior...led Pittsburgh Central Catholic to a second-place finish in the state and second-place at the Beast of the East Tournament...state champion in freestyle...participated in the My Brother's Keeper program, working with underprivileged youth.
Personal: Born Nov. 19, 1992...son of Tim and Denise...has one sister, Kristine, and one brother, Jordan...Economics major.