|Born||March 30, 1992|
|High school||Boiling Springs High School|
|State championships||1 (Pennsylvania)|
|College||University of Virginia|
Joseph "Joe" Spisak (born March 30, 1992) is an American wrestler who attended Boiling Springs High School. He won a PIAA State Wrestling Championship during his senior year and currently attends the University of Virginia.
In addition to wrestling, Spisak was also a football player and started as a running back for his team, the Bubblers.
Spisak has three sisters, Anna, Mary Kate, and Emma. He enjoys playing video games and riding his motorcycle.
High school career
Spisak is Boiling Springs High School's most prolific wrestler. He won four divisional titles, the only one from his school to do so. Spisak also made it into the PIAA finals during each of his high school years. In his sophomore year, he made it into the championship match, but lost. He made it back to the championship match in his senior year and won the state championship at 130 pounds, defeating Frank Martellotti of Shady Side Academy.
Spisak finished his freshman year 23-16, and qualified in the NCAA wrestling tournament. He was then redshirted his sophomore year. During his sophomore redshirt year, Spisak started out 4-0. He then moved up to the 141 weight class and lost two matches in a row.
- Earl Smith. "Joe Spisak". D1 College Wrestling. Retrieved 2012-09-06.
- Rod Frisco (2010-03-15). "PIAA Class AA Wrestling Championships review: Boiling Springs' Joe Spisak wins gold with great escape - PennLive.com". Highschoolsports.pennlive.com. Retrieved 2012-09-06.
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