TYSON REINER

HEAD COACH

Head Coach Tyson Reiner took over the Golden Eagle Wrestling Club in August 2020 after the club transitioned from a privately-owned for-profit entity to a 501 c3 not for profit organization. Prior to becoming the Head Coach with the Golden Eagles, Reiner was a collegiate wrestling coach for 10 years. During that time, he helped coach his teams to 7 Conference Championships, 5 NWCA National Dual Titles, 2 NCAA National team Championships, and 3 NCAA Runner-Up team finishes at the National Tournament. During his tenure as a collegiate coach, he coached 37 NCAA All-Americans, 8 individual NCAA National Champions, 70 Academic All-Americans, with a combined Dual Meet record of 139-21. ​

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As a collegiate athlete, coach Reiner wrestled at the University of Northern Iowa from 2005-2010. He was a 3x Conference Finalist, Conference Champion, and 2x NCAA Division I National Qualifier for the Panthers at 157 lbs. He served four years on Northern Iowa’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, earned the university's McCready/Steffensmeier Award for Leadership, and was named Team Captain his Junior & Senior year. In high school he was a 4x State Finalist, 2x State Champion, 2x High School All-American, and an All-State middle linebacker in football.