PITTSBURGH - University of Pittsburgh head coach Rande Stottlemyer has captured his 300th career victory as the Panthers bested Eastern Michigan, 27-9, in their second match of the Pitt Duals today at Fitzgerald Field House.
Stottlemyer has been at the helm of the Pitt Wrestling program for the past 34 seasons. During his tenure with the Panthers, Stottlemyer, a five-time EWL coach of the year, has coached three National Champions, 31 All-Americans, 51 EWL Champions and amassed a 301-227-12 dual record. Stottlemyer has led Pitt to three-consecutive EWL Dual Season Championships and back-to-back EWL Tournament crowns. As a standout wrester for the Panthers, Stottlemyer was a three-time All-American who served as team captain in each of his varsity seasons.
Complete results and a full recap from Pitt Duals can be found here.
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