BUENA VISTA, Va. -- Head wrestling coach Logan Davis today named Blake Roulo as Southern Virginia's head assistant coach.
"One of the great things Blake brings to our program is a deep technical wrestling knowledge base and the ability to connect with individual athletes and refine their methods," Coach Davis commented, "He has a great connection with the wrestling community in Virginia and he will be a great asset as we move forward."
Roulo, who recently graduated from George Mason University, was a four-year starter, two-time Mid-American Conference finalist and two-time Eastern Wrestling placer. In 2013 he was a NCAA Division I national qualifier and three-time member of the Eastern Wrestling League All-Academic team.
Before college Roulo was a Virginia state champion, four-time Fargo All-American and holds the record as the only seven-time National High School Coaches Association National Champion.
He has worked as a private coach and clinician at every level and will be the director of camps and clinics as well as the recruiting coordinator for the Mid-Atlantic Region this year.
"We are in a great place right now as a program," Davis continued, "and Coach Roulo will help drive our future success."