Spring/Summer 2012- Won 211.5 (96 kg) title at the FILA Junior Freestyle National Championships in Madison, Wis.; defeated Minnesota's Scott Schiller in the final, 1-0, 2-1.
2011-12 (Freshman Season)- NCAA championships qualifier (March 15-17) ... finished fourth at Big Ten championships (March 3-4) ... 23-14 overall; 10-7 in dual action; 5-3 in Big Ten ... at conference tournament, bounced back from championship bracket loss and won three-consecutive matches in wrestlebacks before losing to No. 1 Sonny Yohn of Minnesota, 4-0; two of those wins were vs. Top 8 wrestlers in No. 7 James Nakashima of Nebraska (10-2) and No. 8 A.J. Kissel of Purdue (2-1) ... entered Ohio State records book with :18-second pin against Michigan's Chris Heald (Feb. 3); the pin is the fourth-fastest time in Buckeye history ... runner-up at Eastern Michigan Open (Nov. 5) ... scored 8-6 win over Iowa's Grant Gambrall en route to helping Buckeyes to 21-9 win over No. 2 Iowa.
Prior to Ohio State- Ranked No. 1 at 215 pounds as four-time New Jersey state champion; only second wrestler in state history to achieve feat; won first three titles at 189 pounds before winning fourth championship at 215 pounds; named Outstanding Wrestler in 2011 ... concluded career with 178-1 record, including 44-0 mark senior season ... became New Jersey's all-time wins leader and also recorded the most pins in state history with 117 ... also credited with 10 technical falls, 12 major decisions and 20 decisions ... for his career, compiled 16-0 state tournament record with seven decisions, five pins, two technical falls, one injury default and one major decision ... also won four District 18 and four Region 5 titles ... ASICS/Vaughan Junior Nationals Greco Roman champion ... 2010 ASICS All-America Second Team honoree ... 2011 state winner of Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award ... First Team All-Somerset County by Star Ledger in football.
Personal -Son of Angela Campolattano ... has two brothers, Mike and Joe.
Andrew Campolattano Career Statistics