ROCHESTER, Mich. -- Rochester College is pleased to announce Wesley Maskill as the new Head Wrestling Coach. Maskill has been part of the Rochester College community since a child, attending many summer camps provided on campus. Maskill began wrestling at a young age. He prepped at Oxford High School, Oxford, MI, where he was a three-time state qualifier and a two-time all-stater. Maskill was a member of the state championship team in 2011. Maskill was also the Senior Male Athlete of the year at Oxford High School.
Maskill was recruited and wrestled at Michigan State University from 2014-2017. Maskill had a very successful career at Michigan State as a starter, wrestled in the BIG Ten Championships and placed 4th at the National Colligate Open. He was awarded Student-Athlete of the month at Michigan State University in April, 2017. As a freshman, Maskill earned the Most Falls award. As a sophomore, he earned the Most Committed Spartan award. Maskill graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachlor's degree in Communications Arts and Sciences.
"I couldn't be more excited for this amazing opportunity to build the wrestling program at Rochester College. I see great things happening here and I'm looking forward to what we can build as a team in the future," says Maskill.
Wrestling has been a historical part of the Maskill family with his grandfather, father, brother and several cousins who have been very successful on the mats. Let's all welcome Coach Maskill to our school community! GO WARRIORS!!!