: Returning two-time Pac-10 Champion at 165 pounds... will look to earn his first All-America honor this season after falling one win short each of the past two years...
: Fell one win short of earning his first All-America honor, going 3-2 at the NCAA Championships... won his second Pac-10 title in a row, scoring a 3-2 decision over Dustin Noack (UC Davis) in the final... recorded a 17-9 mark on the year and went 5-4 in duals... won three matches by fall, including two in a row in the consolation rounds of the NCAA tournament... opened the year 4-0 before falling in the finals of the Fullerton Open... placed fifth at the Las Vegas Invitational... upset No. 11 Shane Seibert (Oklahoma), 9-4, in his first bout back from an injury...
: Posted a 27-13 record with an 11-9 dual mark... won his first Pac-10 title as the third seed, defeating sixth-seeded Brian Busby of CS Bakersfield, 7-5, in the final... went 3-2 at the NCAA Championships, falling 8-5 to Deonte Penn of Edinboro in the consolation round, just one win short of All-America honors...rebounded from an opening round loss with three wins in a row...opened the year with the first fall of his career... finished second in the East Stroudsburg Open after injury defaulting in the final... took fourth place in the Las Vegas Invitational with two close losses...caught a tough streak of six losses in a row to Top 20 foes before rebounding to go 12-4 the remainder of the season... went 6-2 in Pac-10 duals and held a 17-4 record in tournament bouts...
: Went 24-15 in his first collegiate season... finished third at the Pac-10 Championships as the sixth seed... 10-8 in all duals and 5-3 against the conference... opened the year with a second-place finish at the Fullerton Open... also placed sixth at the Reno Tournament of Champions and eighth at the Las Vegas Invitational... upset two ranked foes during the season, including No. 14 Matt Ellis of Oregon State and No. 17 Zac Fryling of West Virginia...
: Redshirted... went 4-0 as an unattached competitor at the All-Cal Open to win the 165 weight class... two of his wins came against conference foes.
High School: A graduate of Spanaway Lake High School (Spanaway, Wash.)... combined for a 108-2 career record while winning two state championships and placing third once... twice named Most Untouchable in the state of Washington... placed fourth at the Cadet Greco-Roman Nationals... at the Junior Nationals, placed fifth in Greco-Roman and sixth in freestyle... lettered in wrestling, football and cross country... captained the wrestling team as a junior and senior.
Personal: Majoring in BIS... parents are Daniel and Linda Pitsch... has two siblings: Dan and Alex... brother Dan was a wrestler at Oregon State... born August 12, 1984, in San Jose, Calif.... hobbies include weight lifting, wake boarding, hunting and fishing... full name is Patrick A. Pitsch.
* Redshirted the 2003-04 season
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