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Tony DeAngelo
Tony DeAngelo

Class:
RS Freshman

Hometown:
Mebane, N.C.

High School:
Southern Alamance

Weight:
141


11/18/2013

Freshman Lavallee Headlines Weekend's Top Finishers

The Tigers had 13 Tigers place in two open tournaments over the weekend, eight of which are freshmen

01/14/2013

Fifteen Tigers Place at Roger Denker Open

Cody Johnston, Johnny Eblen, and Devin Mellon all won titles Sunday at the University of Central Missouri.

12/03/2012

Tigers Wrap Up Competition at Kaufman-Brand Open

Johnston, Eblen, Mellon claim individual titles at weekend tournament.

11/15/2012

Wrestling Announces Five New Student-Athletes for 2013-14

The Missouri Tigers welcome in the No. 2 recruiting class in the nation after signing five new grapplers to join in 2013-14.

2012-13: Tony DeAngelo went 14-8 for the Tigers in his redshirt season competing in four tournaments at 141 pounds. DeAngelo defeated Reginald Edwards 9-2 at the Joe Parisi open on November 17 for his first career win. Tony took seventh place at the Kaufman-Brand Open winning four six matches including notching his first career fall over Steven Bradtmueller of McKendree University. DeAngelo earned a fifth place finish at the Roger Denker Open. Tony finished his season by winning four matches in the Grand View Open.

High School: A four time All-American in high school, Tony DeAngelo captured three state titles in his four years at Southern Alamance. He won his first state championship as a freshman, taking first at 125 pounds and going 44-4 on the year. He matched that record during his sophomore and placed fourth at state at 130 pounds before going 52-2 as a junior at 140 pounds, earning his second state title. He capped off his career with a perfect 51-0 record at 138 pounds and another state championship. He finished his high school career with 191 wins to just 10 losses, while helping the Patriots to a runner-up team finish his senior season.

Personal: Born on September 10, 1993, Tony is the son of Randy and Mary DeAngelo. Tony was born in Orlando, Fla., and is one of six children. He has two sisters - Elizabeth and Julia - and three brothers - Joe, Jake and Rocco. His sister Elizabeth wrestled at the U.S. Olympic Education Center. Tony hopes to be an elementary P.E. teacher after college.