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  1. portajohn

    Jon Trenge

    Reaching out to the Lehigh crowd. After the thread about "favorite wrestler never to win it" I was thinking why Trenge isn't coaching NCAA's. Had a practice years ago where Trenge came in to coach. Remember it being highly educational but also how enjoyable it was to work with Trenge. He was a great teacher of the sport. Had a family member go through PIAA's during the same era and he said Trenge was the cool dude who would show moves to other wrestlers. Always wondered why he never took a head coaching job at the collegiate level? Personally think he could build a program. Great personality and really knows his stuff. Wondering if any Lehigh "insiders" have any insight on this.
  2. How does your coaching philosophy match with our Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model? http://content.themat.com/CoachesCorner/LTADPoster.pdf We'd love to hear your thoughts and feedback! Additional info on this topic is available through this link: http://www.teamusa.org/About-the-USOC/Athlete-Development/American-Development-Model Tough stats that wrestling can help American kids overcome: 1. 1/3 American children are overweight or obese A. Teach athleticism (make it fun) B. Teach good nutrition (talk about it often and lead by example) 2. 70% of American kids will quit competitive sports by age 13 A. Make wrestling fun B. Challenge kids to learn continuously C. Take pressure off of winning and work to improve daily Mike Clayton USA Wrestling National Coaches Education Program Manager mclayton@usawrestling.org
  3. Hagerty High School in Oviedo, FL is in need of head coach & assistant coach. The school is located minutes away from the University of Central Florida and has a top notch wrestling room (2 full mats). There are teaching vacancies in several areas: Economics, Government, PE, Spanish, English, Physics, & Chemistry. Interested candidates should contact Jay Getty, Athletic Director at Jay_Getty@scps.k12.fl.us
  4. Tecumseh Public Schools in Tecumseh, MI recently posted an opening for high school varsity wrestling coach. The community has super kids, great schools, supportive parents, and a very strong tradition of success on the mat and in the classroom. Plus, Advantage WC will be moving back to Tecumseh's room this fall. More info about the head coaching job and how to apply is available at: http://tps.k12.mi.us/human-resources/?category=Athletics%2FActivities Other jobs within the district are open for qualified candidates including teaching positions, an elementary principal, middle school counselor, and aid jobs: http://tps.k12.mi.us/human-resources/ Contact Athletic Director Greg Lewis by phone at (517) 424-6505 ext 7121
  5. Hagerty High School in Oviedo, FL is looking for qualified assistant coaches. This is a paid position and there are teaching positions available in social studies. Interested parties should contact head coach Isiah Cabal: cabalid@myscps.us (321) 332-5157 www.hagertywrestling.com