Club Coaches/Resident Athletes
2x Div. 1 All American
NJCAA National Champion, 2x NJCAA National Finalist
Lou will compete at 65kgs/143.3lbs.
Div. 1 All American
3x NCAA Qualifier
Kenny will compete at 86 kg/189.2lbs.
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.
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.
Mike Catullo became the assistant coach for the University of Maryland wrestling team for the 2010-11 season.
Catullo comes to Maryland after having spent the 2009-10 season as the volunteer assistant at Millersville University, where he helped guide the team to a third-place finish in the East Regional. Two Millersville wrestlers qualified for the 2010 NCAA Championships.
Millersville also achieved success off the mat under Catullo's tutelage. The Marauders received a NCAA Public Recognition Award for excellence in the classroom as part of the NCAA's Academic Performance Program, one of only 10 programs in the nation to receive the award.
Before joining the staff at Millersville, Catullo was the top assistant at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., from 2004-09.