Eustice Named Head Assistant Wrestling Coach
DAVIDSON, N.C. – Ty Eustice has been named the head assistant coach of the Davidson Wrestling program, head coach Andy Lausier announced Monday.
The Blue Earth, Minn. native wrestled collegiately at the University of Iowa where he was a two-time All American and a four-time NCAA Qualifier. In 2006, Eustice was a NCAA Finalist. He was also a four-time High School State Champion in Minnesota.
“I am so excited to welcome Ty and his family to Davidson, and I am confident that there isn’t a better fit for our program and our scholar-athletes,” Lausier said. “Ty’s competitive and coaching accomplishments are world-class, and he is a product of one of the greatest wrestling programs in the history of our sport.
“His experiences as an athlete and coach will bring extraordinary value to Davidson Wrestling as we continue to #RaiseTheStandard.”
Eustice has made the move to North Carolina from Minnesota State University, Mankato where he coached his team to four top-10 team finishes at the NCAA DII tournament including a runner-up finish in 2008. He also coached four NCAA finalists, two of those being individual champions.
“I am so excited to be joining Andy and Chad. I have a feel for the passion that they bring to the program and the student-athletes, and we are going to enjoy this process together, working hard at pushing these athletes to reach their potential,” Eustice said. “I see desire from these wrestlers, and I will help them set high goals and push them to be their best. I cannot wait to get work.”
“Davidson is a special place. The sense of community and energy behind the school was inspiring for me to see. Everyone is working to help build this program to another level – the administrators, coaches, faculty, support staff, and alumni. There is an unbelievable focus on the student-athlete experience, and I want to be a part of it.”
Davidson wrestling opens the 2021-22 season on Nov. 7 at the Hokie Open in Blacksburg, Va. Their first home meet is the Quad Meet on Nov. 13 featuring Rutgers, Clarion and Chattanooga.