A two-time NCAA Division III All-American during his wrestling career at the University of Southern Maine, Mike Morin follows Joe Pistone as head coach for the Huskies' wrestling program. Wrestling at 165-pounds for the Huskies, Morin completed his career as the most decorated grappler in USM history.
Along with his two All-American honors (2009, 2010), Morin is a three-time NCAA Division III New England Champion, capturing the New England Wrestling Association title at 165 pounds consecutively from 2008-2010. Morin is also a repeat NCAA Scholar All-American earning recognition for his solid work in the classroom as well in 2009 and 2010.
In his final season (2009-10), Morin earned the top ranking in New England for his weight class and was in the top ten nationally. Morin had a record of 43-5 at the conclusion of his senior season.
He finished his remarkable career with an outstanding record of 133 wins and 21 losses for a winning percentage of .863 and is the only repeat USM All-American in program history.
Morin began his coaching career with the Huskies as an assistant coach during the 2010-11 season. He received the NEWA Assistant Caoch of the Year Award in 2014-15.
|Title:||Associate Head Wrestling Coach|
|Previous College:||Oneonta State '04|
After a near decade of service to the University of Southern Maine Huskies' wrestling program, Julio Santiago has been named the program's Associate Head Coach. A 2010 recipient of the New England Wrestling Association's (NEWA) Assistant Coach of the Year award, Santiago's dedication and commitment to Huskies' wrestling has helped USM achieve new levels of success.
During Santiago's tenure with the Huskies, Southern Maine has earned three Team Sportsmanship Awards (2005, 2006 and 2009) from NEWA. USM has also produced several All-American and Academic All-Americans in this time as well as regional champions.
From Middletown, N.Y., Santiago was a NJCAA national qualifier while wrestling at SUNY-Delhi in 2000. A 2004 graduate of Oneonta State, Santiago earned the Steve Blackman Award, given to the student-athlete who succeeded despite numerous obstacles and adversity.
|Previous College:||Southern Maine '15|