Bryce Meredith competing at the Dave Schultz Memorial (Photo/John Sachs, Tech-Fall.com)
The Princeton Wrestling Club (PWC) and the New Jersey Regional Training Center (NJRTC) announced that two-time NCAA runner-up Bryce Meredith has joined their organizations.
"Sometimes, there are things in our lives that reveal themselves that you can't pass up. With me deciding to move to New Jersey and be a part of the NJRTC, it feels like one of those moments," said Meredith.
"We are so excited to have Bryce full time at the NJRTC. He is a phenomenal athlete and a great role model to wrestlers around the country," said NJRTC Head Coach Reece Humphrey.
Meredith was a two-time NCAA runner-up and three-time All-American for the University of Wyoming. He was second in the 2016 and 2018 NCAA Championships and fourth in 2017 NCAA Championships. He started his college wrestling career at NC State.
This year, Meredith started to focus on his international wrestling career, placing third at the 2019 Dave Schultz Memorial International and competing at the U.S. Senior Open and other major freestyle events.
Before college, Meredith displayed great abilities in the Olympic styles. Wrestling for Wyoming USA Wrestling, he was third in 2013 Junior Nationals and fifth in 2012 Junior Nationals. Meredith was also seventh in 2010 Cadet Nationals in Greco-Roman.
Meredith joins a strong stable of top international wrestling talent with the NJRTC.