Troy Steiner – Head Coach Fresno State Wrestling

Troy Steiner - Head wrestling coach at Fresno State.

Education

1998 M.ed., Kinesiology
Area of Emphasis: Sports Management
University of Minnesota
1993 B.A., Social Work
University of Iowa

Employment

Head Wrestling Coach Fresno State May 2016 to Present
Head Assistant at Oregon State University 2006-2015
Head Assistant, University of Iowa 2004-2006
Owner & Coach, ADVANCE School of Wrestling 2001-2004
State Coach, Wisconsin Wrestling Federation 1997-2004
Assistant Wrestling Coach, University of Wisconsin, 1997-2001
Assistant Wrestling Coach, University of Minnesota 1996-1997
State Freestyle Coach, Minnesota Storm 1996-1997
Assistant Wrestling Coach, Oregon State University, 1995-1996
Coach, Hawkeye Wrestling Club, 1993-1995
Coach & Instructor, Hawkeye Area Kids Club, 1993-1995

Job Responsibilities

Developing and implementing strength and conditioning programs
Supervising academic curriculum of all student athletes
Participating in structured drilling and live wrestling
Film analysis for technical, mental errors, and opponents
Assisting in planning daily practice sessions
Involvment in recruiting process
Fundraising activities

NCAA Coaching Accomplishments

22 – NCAA Division I All-Americans
10 – Big Ten Champions
6 – NCAA Division I Champions
1 – Junior Fila World Freestyle Champion

State Coach Accomplishments (Wisconsin & Minnesota)

46 – Junior Freestyle and Greco All-Americans

Awards and Achievements

2000 US Olympic Trials 5th
1999 Sunkist International Open Champion
1998 National Freestyle Runner-up
1998 Inductee North Dakota Hall of Fame
1996 US Olympic Trials 3rd
1996 Pan American Freestyle Champion
1992 World Cup Champion
1992 US Olympic Trials 3rd
1992-2000 US National Team member
1991-93 Member of NCAA Division I Championship Team
1992 NCAA Division I Champion
1991-93 Big Ten Champion
1990-93 NCAA All-American
1991 Midlands Champion
1988 Junior National Freestyle Champion
1987-88 Member of ND State High School Championship Team
1986-88 North Dakota State High School Champion