Wrestling

Interview With American University Wrestling Coach

American WrestlingWelcome to Interview #66.

I am pleased to share with you the wisdom of NCAA Division 1 Wrestling Coach of American University, Teague Moore.

Coach Teague Moore has been the head wrestling coach at American University for six years. Prior to arriving at American, Moore was the head coach at Clarion in Clarion, Pa., for five seasons.

Moore was a four-year starter at Oklahoma State under Head Coach John Smith, winning the 1998 118 lbs. NCAA Championship with a pin of Michigan State’s Dave Morgan in the finals. Moore continued his wrestling career at the international level following his graduation from Oklahoma State.

Coach Moore’s full bio is at the end of the interview.

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Interview With Wyoming Wrestling Coach

Wyoming WrestlingWelcome to Interview #50.

I am pleased to share with you the wisdom of NCAA Division 1 Wrestling Coach of Wyoming University, Mark Branch.

With a 91-percent win rate within the conference, Coach Branch has established the Cowboys as the team to beat year in and year out.

Of Coach Branch, Wyoming Athletic Director Tom Burman says. "Mark has done a phenomenal job since 2008 in terms of developing a nationally competitive program and helping our student-athletes achieve their goals."

Coach Branch's full bio is at the end of the interview.

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Interview With Drury University Wrestling Coach

Coach James ReynoldsWelcome to Interview #48.

I am pleased to share with you the wisdom of NCAA Division 2 Wrestling Coach of Drury University, James Reynolds.

James Reynolds starts his tenure as Drury University’s first Head Wrestling Coach. The Panthers will begin their inaugural season during the 2016-2017 academic year.

Coach Reynold's full bio is at the end of the interview.

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