Pitt wins four of final six bouts, but can't complete the comeback.
Max Thomusseit stays perfect, going to 10-0 with a fall in 3:45 against Maryland.
Max Thomusseit and Nick Bonaccorsi score ranked victories and go to 4-0 this season.
Panthers searching for fourth 3-0 start in past 11 years.
Panthers win final five bouts in come-from-behind victory.
Career: 33-33 overall record with fourfalls, eight technical falls and seven major decisions...third at the EWL Tournament in 2012.
2014-15: Has started two fourmatches at 141 pounds ... Went 2-2 at the Keystone Classic, picking up a 16-0 technical fall over Drexel's Andrew Mauriello and a fall of Indiana's Sean Brown in 1:11.
2013-14: Went16-8 with two falls, six technical falls and one major competing in open tournaments at 141 and 149 pounds during his redshirt season ... posted nine bonus-point wins...finished third at the Shorty Hitchcock Open...went 4-2 at the Wilkes Open.
2012-13: Went 12-12 on the season competing at 141 pounds...had eight bonus-point victories on the season...competed at the EWL Championships and in 12 duals for Pitt...won dual matches against Oklahoma State and Penn State...finished with a 4-2 mark at Midlands.
2011-12: Finished with a winning record of 19-15 as one of only two true freshmen in the Panthers' starting lineup...took third at the EWL Tournament with a third-period fall over Tyler Bedelyon (Clarion) in the consolation final...placed third at the Mat Two Invitational...placed fourth at the season-opening Buffalo Open, registering a technical fall in his first career match...finished 8-6 against EWL opponents...led team with six technical falls, while also contributing two pins and three major decisions.
High School: Posted career record of 149-22...four-time state place-winner, winning a title his senior year and placing fourth as a junior and fifth in his sophomore and freshman seasons...three-time WPIAL champion...named Outstanding Wrestler of the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic...Powerade champion...Flonationals champion.
Personal: Born Oct. 20, 1992...son of Joseph and Kathy Quealy...Business major.
* Indicates redshirt season (does not count towards career record)
University of Pittsburgh to Host 2019 NCAA Wrestling Championships
Forys, Zanetta Named to All-ACC Academic Team
Gavin Named Head Wrestling Coach
Three Panthers to be Inducted into PWCA Hall of Fame
Chancellor Gallagher Names Heather Lyke Pitt Athletic Director
Session 4: Solomon Falls to Nevills in Round of 12