|Hometown:||East Hanover, N.J.|
|High School:||Seton Hall|
As a Redshirt Junior (2014-15): Qualified for his first NCAA Championships at 157 pounds…notched the fastest fall at the Midlands Championships (0:22)…began his season with a 4-1 win over George Flournoy of George Mason (11/9)…defeated Ronnie Garbinksy of Pittsburgh, 5-2 (12/7)…won six matches at the Midlands Tournament to earn sixth place (12/29=2-)…defeated Reece Laefever of Wabash by fall in 22 seconds…notched consecutive major decision victories against Harvard’s Tyler Tarsi and Navy’s Jonathan Clemente…tech falled Dylan Painton of Rutgers (1/18)…notched a 6-1 victory over Kyle Visconti of Ohio State (1/25)…won a 5-4 decision over Mike Kelly of Iowa (2/6)…pinned Ben Sullivan of Northwestern (2/13)…defeated Luke Frey of Penn State at the Big Ten Championships to finish ninth…won two matches at the NCAA Championships, beginning with a 11-10 victory over Immanuel Kerr-Brown of Duke…upset No. 5 Cody Pack, 10-9 in the second round.
As a Junior (2013-14): served a redshirt season and wrestled in open competition at 157 pounds ... compliled a 14-6 record ... won four times to capture the Wilkes Open crown ... won three times at the Messiah Open.
As a Sophomore (2012-13): Started at 149 pounds and posted a record of 12-13 ... tallied four pins on the season ... recorded three reversals in dual action, which tied for the third most on the team ... opened the season with a 9-4 decision over West Virginia's Brutus Scheffel ... placed third at the Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Classic winning four matches, three by fall ... earned an ACC victory by pinning Duke's Marcus ... placed fourth at the ACC Championships finishing with a 2-2 record.
As a Freshman (2011-12): Went 10-12 at 141 pounds and recorded five pins...took fifth place at the Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Invitational with a fall over Conor Hanafee of Army (11/12)...won his first two matches at the Collegiate National Open (2/26) with pins of Appalachian State's Riley Keen and NC State's Michael Avelar...recorded his first career win against Paul Marcello of Johns Hopkins (11/6).
Before Maryland: Holds the career record for wins (145) in Seton Hall Prep history...won county, district and region championship all four years...four-time all-league selection.
Personal: Full name is Louis Gerard Mascola...son of Louis and Geralynn Mascola...has two siblings, Angelo and Genera...graduated with a 3.0 GPA and plans to major in psychology.
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