Joseph Deangelo- Wrestling Camp Coordinator Assistant Wrestling Coach/Camp Contact Joseph.Deangelo@WESTPOINT.EDU 845.938.5028
Kevin Ward is entering his third season as the head coach for the Army West Point wrestling program.
Through his first two years, Ward has led Army to a 6-13 record and has coached nine wrestlers to the NCAA championships. Ward has also improved the Black Knights in many ways in that time, most notably defeating Navy in his first season to snap a 17-year winless drought. He also took the Cadets from 33rd to 10th at the Southern Scuffle, a program-best 14th-place finish at the Las Vegas Cliff Keen Invitational and the first All-Academies Championship in eight years.
Head Wrestling Coach Kevin Ward
Chris Chionuma enters his second season as an assistant coach at Army West Point in 2016-17.
Chionuma arrived at Army West Point after serving as head coach for a year at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Ark., prior to the 2015-16 season. He also worked alongside Ward during the 2013-14 season as a graduate assistant for the Ouachita Baptist wrestling program.
Assistant Wrestling Coach Chris Chionuma
Joe DeAngelo begins his first year as an assistant coach at Army West Point in 2017-18.
DeAngelo spent last season as a volunteer assistant at Clarion University. In addition to coaching the lightweights, he assisted with recruiting, fundraising, scheduling, and setting up practices with the Golden Eagles. He also coordinated community and alumni events for the team. DeAngelo worked closely with Jake Gromackie and Brock Zacherl, who both earned bids to the NCAA Championships after placing second at the Eastern Wrestling League Championships.
Assistant Wrestling Coach Joe DeAngelo
Braden Atwood enters his first season with the Army West Point wrestling program as a volunteer assistant for the 2017-18 campaign.
Atwood spent the last two seasons as a volunteer assistant at the University of North Carolina where he assisted with on-campus recruiting, coaching practices and running summer wrestling camps. While at Chapel Hill, Atwood worked with four NCAA qualifiers. Alex Utley (184 lbs.) and Chip Ness (197 lbs.) qualified in 2016, while Daniel Chaid (197 lbs.) and Corey Gilliand-Daniel (Hwt.) earned bids to the national tournament in 2017.
Wrestling Volunteer Assistant Coach Braden Atwood
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