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2010-11: Enters his first season with the Green and White carrying much promise … talented wrestler who is proficient in all areas of the sport … is the preseason favorite to start at 141 pounds for the Spartans … has the potential to have an astounding season.
2009-10: Wrestled at Division I University of Pittsburgh … competed in the Buffalo Open at 141 pounds … went 4-2 in that event … won first match by pinfall … both losses were by two points, including a 3-1 loss to Maryland’s Matt Bogusz … finished the meet by picking up an 8-0 major decision. (Information courtesy of the University of Pittsburgh media relations)
2008-09: Wrestled at Division I University of Pittsburgh … posted a 14-16 record as a true freshman and started every match at 125 pounds … notched four falls on the season, all coming in tournament matches ... earned a 17-2 major decision in his first collegiate match at the Michigan State Open where he went 4-2 and placed fifth ... won his first two dual matches and finished with a 5-7 dual mark ... went 3-2 at the prestigious Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and 2-2 at the Midlands Championships ... one of four freshmen in the Panther starting lineup last season ... put together a season-best four-match winning streak that included one fall and three decisions. (Information courtesy of the University of Pittsburgh media relations)
Personal: Is a criminal justice major ... is the son of Todd and Kathy Albright ... born on November 21, 1989 ... wrestled on the club level for Free Fall, Premium, and Wayne Daiger ... as a prep wrestler he was second and fourth in the PIAA ... was a AAA state place-winner ... was a three-time AAA District III Champion ... was a national champion as a junior and a runner-up as a senior (NHSCA) ... names his high school coach, Biff Walizer, as the person he most admires ... hobbies include hanging out with friends and family ... chose York because of the education and that it is close to home ... lists his most significant athletic achievement as taking second place in the Pennsylvania State Championships ... after graduation he plans on getting a job in the criminal justice field.