Roger Reina

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Roger Reina is the former University of Pennsylvania wrestling coach (1986–2005). He left coaching in 2005 after 19 seasons on the mat where he had a career record of 205-106-6, making him the most successful coach in the 101-year history of the program. He is credited with coaching 63 NCAA Qualifiers, 31 EIWA Champions, 17 All-Americans, 4 consecutive EIWA titles, three NCAA finalists, an NCAA Champion and an Olympic Gold Medalist.[1] Roger himself graduated from UPenn in 1984 where he was a four year starter on the team.[2]

Reina is now the Director of Business Development for Sports at TicketLeap, an online ticketing provider located in Philadelphia.[3]

Accomplishments[edit]

  • Chairman of the Ivy League Wrestling Coaches Association
  • President of the EIWA Coaches Association
  • President of the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA)
  • Four-time NWCA National Coach of the Year nominee (1996-00)
  • Three-time EIWA Coach of the Year.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Coach Reina Resigns". 
  2. ^ "Three-peat for Penn's Wrestlers". 
  3. ^ "Companies explain what innovation means to them".