Club Coaches/Resident Athletes


Ganbayar Sanjaa

2x Div. 1 All American

NJCAA National Champion, 2x NJCAA National Finalist

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Kerry McCoy

Kerry Mccoy

Kerry McCoy became head coach for the University of Maryland wrestling program on May 12, 2008.

Since then, the former All-American and Olympic wrestler has taken the program to new heights, guiding the Terps to three top-20 finishes at the NCAA Championships, three ACC titles and coaching ten Terps to All-America status, while being named ACC Coach of the Year three times.

Click here for complete bio

Jimmy Sheptock

Former two-time All-American and University of Maryland wrestling alumnus Jimmy Sheptock (’14) joined the Terrapin staff in the summer of 2016. Sheptock returns to his alma mater after a two-year stint at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pa.

Sheptock finished his Maryland career as one of the most accomplished wrestlers in program history as a three-time ACC Champion, three-time NCAA qualifier and two-time All-American at 174 and 184 pounds. The Northhampton, Pa. native amassed a 129-20 all-time record as a Terp, and was a perfect 51-0 in dual matches with 67 total bonus-point victories.

Click here for complete bio

Seth Ecker

Seth Ecker 3122344

Ecker comes to Maryland after serving two seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Ithaca College.

Ecker helped lead the Bombers to back-to-back ECWC Championships and a 28-7 dual match record over the past two seasons, in addition to a pair of top-15 finishes at the NCAA Championships. Ithaca captured a NCAA Regional title during his tenure, taking first in 2016 before a runner up finish in 2017.

Under Ecker’s guidance, Ithaca produced six NCAA Championship qualifiers in back-to-back seasons, with a total of five Bomber wrestlers earning six All-American awards.

Ecker, a 2012 graduate of Ithaca, capped his collegiate career by becoming the program’s first two-time national champion at 133 pounds. Seeded first at the NCAA Championships he cruised through the bracket, pinning his semifinal opponent and recording an 8-0 major decision in the title bout (he was the only wrestler at nationals to blank his opponent in the finals).

Click here for complete bio


Adam Forschner

Led Parkdale to an eighth-place finish at the state tournament, solidifying the turnaround that began when he inherited a team with four wrestlers in 2005-06. Panthers have won the Prince George’s County tournament and dual titles six consecutive seasons and had two state finalists in Forschner’s final season at the helm.