Wrestling - Varsity CoEd
About the Program:
Thayer Wrestling is one of 13 teams who compete in the Independent School League and is a member of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC). Our comprehensive schedule is made up of ISL and other NEPSAC opponents, and our home meets and practices take place in the recently renovated Tigers Den. Wrestlers have earned ISL All-League honors, All-NEPSAC honors, and have even been ranked nationally over the last five seasons. Last year, the team won 11 matches and had over 140 overall individual wins and over 55 pins. Head Coach Greg Wilson '80 has been coaching since 2017 and is a member of the Thayer Athletics Hall of Fame. For any further information, please email Coach Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Go Tigers!
Ethan Wilson 21 - Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)
|Ethan Wilson (captain)||2021||Braintree, MA|
|Liam Carey||Hingham, MA|
|Quinn Cashman||2021||Boston, MA|
|Calvin Cigna||2024||Scituate, MA|
|Anthony Frank||2022||Hanover, MA|
|Will Kourafas||2023||Quincy, MA|
|Samson Okunlola||2023||Brockton, MA|
|Clement Scott||2024||Jamaica Plain, MA|
|Arjun Sohur||2022||Milton, MA|
Greg WilsonHead Coach
Steven KeithAssistant Coach
Steven Keith joins Thayer Academy as an assistant wrestling coach for the 2020-2021 after serving as the Head High School Boys coach with Beat the Streets New York, a co-educational youth development non-profit. During his time with Beat the Streets New York, Keith helped New York City wrestling experience one of their most successful seasons ever, finishing with 8 All-State wrestlers. Additionally, Keith assisted 14 graduating seniors with becoming collegiate student-athletes (all first generation college attendees).
While in New York City, Keith also served as an Assistant Coach with NYU for the 2019-2020 season.
Prior to his coaching positions in New York, Keith served as the Executive Director of Beat the Streets Providence for 3 years, held Assistant Coaching positions with Johnson and Wales University, Brown University, and Stanford University.
A 2013 graduate of Harvard University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics, Keith was a four-year varsity wrestler and senior captain for the Crimson. He qualified for the NCAA Division I Championships all four years and earned All-American honors at 133lbs in 2012.
Marc RandoAssistant Coach