10th on Bucknell's career wins list (75) ... ranked No. 13 in Intermat preseason rankings at 174 pounds.
2008-09: Earned second consecutive trip to NCAA Championships ... earned NCAA berth after career-best third-place finish at 174 pounds at EIWA Championships ... posted 1-2 record at NCAAs, defeating 12th-seeded Alton Lucas from Hofstra ... won final four bouts, and five of six, en route to third-place EIWA finish ... equaled Bucknell single-season victory record with 33 wins ... tied for team lead in wins with classmate Andy Rendos ... posted 17-3 record in last 20 bouts entering NCAA Championships ... finished third at Navy Classic, fifth at the Michigan State Open and eighth at the Cliff Keen Invitational ... faced seven nationally ranked opponents entering NCAA Championships ... posted a season-best eight-match winning streak midseason ... third on team with five wins by fall ... 49 matches wrestled were the most by a Bison ... tied for fourth on squad with 13 dual-match victories.
2007-08: Earned his first trip to the NCAA Championships as a wild card after placing fifth at the EIWA Tournament as the No. 6 seed ... posted an 0-2 record at the NCAA Championships ... upset No. 3-seed Justin Herbert of Franklin & Marshall, 8-4 to advance to the semifinals of the EIWA Championships ... dropped his next two bouts by a combined total of just four points (2-0 versus No. 2-seed Matt Stolpinski of Navy and 3-1 versus No. 4 Alex Caruso of Lehigh) before posting another win over Herbert, 7-2, to take fifth ... finished season 25-11 overall with four of his 11 losses coming in the first two weekends of the season at the Binghamton Open and at the Navy Classic, where he finished fourth ... also posted a place-winning performance at the Cleveland State Open, taking third ... went 15-2 in duals, with his only two losses coming against then-No. 4 Steve Luke of Michigan and No. 10 Steve Anceravage of Cornell ... setback against Anceravage snapped a 14-match dual-meet winning streak ... was named the Damon's Bison Athlete of the Week after picking up his 14th victory in that stretch, clinching the squad's dual-meet win over American by pinning Jonathon Powell in 1:47 ... held opponents scoreless in nine of his victories and went 11 straight bouts without surrendering a takedown ... suffered just one loss in a nearly three-month stretch where he went 18-1.
2006-07: Started for the Bison at 174 ... went 12-7 in duals (4-3 EIWA) and 17-11 overall ... totaled three pins and three major decisions ... took fifth at the Navy Classic and third at the exhibition Shorty Hitchcock Open ... after starting the season 1-4 in duals, went 11-3 the rest of the way, including a key 8-4 win over Fred Rowsey in Bucknell's 21-21 tie with Harvard ... won two matches at the EIWA Championships, upsetting No. 8 seed Mike Whalen of Rutgers, 8-1, and defeating Bran Crudden of Brown, 6-1.
Before Bucknell: Lettered in wrestling at Watchung Hills High School ... served as team captain ... placed eighth at Senior Nationals and was named a Senior National All-American.
Personal: Shane Michael Riccio ... born Sept. 1, 1987 in Plainfield, N.J. ... son of Peter and Patricia Riccio ... has three brothers, Peter, Carl and former Bison teammate Tyler and one sister, Kerry ... majoring in management. Sept. 1, 1987 in Plainfield, N.J. ... son of Peter and Patricia Riccio ... has three brothers, Peter, Carl and fellow Bison wrestler Tyler and one sister, Kerry ... majoring in management.