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  Ryan Solomon
Ryan Solomon

Player Profile
RS Freshman

Milton, Pa.

High School:




Thomusseit, Forys Win Titles At Keystone Classic

Panthers place fourth as a team with 88 points.


Pitt Brings In Bucknell For Home Opener

Panthers searching for fourth 3-0 start in past 11 years.


Expectations High For Pitt Wrestling Entering 2014-15 Season

Pitt beings the season as a consensus top-20 team in the country and brings back seven starters.

2014-15: Finished fifth at the Keystone Classic, going 4-2 in his first action of the season ... Started his run with a fall of VMI's Jake Tomlinson in 36 seconds ... Also picked up an 8-3 decision over Harvard's Angus Cowell and a 3-2 decision over South Dakota St.'s Nathan Robert ... In the fifth-place match, recorded a 13-1 major decision against Eastern Michigan's Anthony Abro.

10-5 record during his redshirt season competing in open tournaments...won five bonus-point matches: four majors and one fall...finished third at the Mat Town Open and fourth at the Clarion Open.

High School: Wrestled four years at Milton Area High School, going 141-14 overall ... A four-time state place winner and two-time state champion ... Was the Greco Fargo National Champion during the summer leading up to his senior season and placed third in freestyle ... Went 33-10 as a freshman and placed sixth at states ... Followed that up with a runner-up finish at states while going 35-3 as a sophomore ... Was the state champion with a 36-1 record as a junior ... 2012 Beast of the East Champion ... Made it back-to-back state titles following a perfect 37-0 record as a senior.

Personal: Born March, 1994 ... son of Greg and Kelly Solomon ... Has one sister ...Also plaed football and baseball at Milton.

Weight Overall Duals Conf. Falls Tech Falls
Major Decisions
2013-14* 197 10-5 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 4-1 0
2014-15 197 4-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-0 0
Career 4-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-0 0

* Indicates Redshirt season (does not count towards career statistics)