| AT VIRGINIA: Redshirted last season ... will have two years of eligibility remaining .... high hopes for this season ... joins Zach Feldman as 1996-97 co-captain ... has the potential to be an All-American this season ... has worked to become dangerous from all positions ... one of the squad¹s big ³gameday² wrestlers ... has consistently come through in big matches ... gets the most out of his unorthodox style ... ACC champion and NCAA qualifier in ¹95 at 126 ... five career top-3 tournament finishes. 1995-96: Redshirted season but did compile an 11-5 mark in open individual tournaments ... won Edinboro Open. 1994-95: 21-13 at 126 (4 pins) ... opened at 134, going 3-2 ... second at Trenton State Open ... finished at 126 (18-11) ... fifth at Penn State Open and fourth at Va. Intercollegiate ... won ACC Championships ... beat three-time NCAA qualifier Ty Moore of UNC (4-2) ... topped nationally-ranked Wayne Jackson of N.C. State at ACCs (8-7) before beating #1 seed Chris Heckel of Duke (19-6) ... lost to Ray Weis of Oklahoma State at NCAAs (7-10). 1993-94: 15-13 at 126 (5 pins) ... won Keydet Invitational ... third at Penn State Open and Va. State Meet. Prep & Personal: A three-sport athlete at Catasauqua High School ... fifth in state wrestling meet as a junior and first in the region at 119 as a senior ... honorable mention all-league in football and all-state in baseball ... born May 8, 1975 in Allentown, Pa. ... Jason Anthony Mutarelli ... son of Anthony and Gwen Mutarelli ... enrolled in the McIntire School of Commerce.
IN 1997: The Champion at the Keyston Classic, Mutarelli is one of this season's captains. At the prestigious Midlands Championships he was sixth.|