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Quincy Monday Hired As Princeton Assistant Coach


4x NCAA Qualifier and 2x All-American Quincy Monday will be taking on the role of assistant coach for the Princeton Tigers this upcoming season.

Monday is one of the most accomplished Princeton wrestlers in history placing 2nd at the 2022 NCAA Championships and 3rd this past season to wrap up his career.

This was a big year for the Tigers as they were able to get their first national champion since Bradley Glass all the way back in 1951 with Patrick Glory winning the 125-pound title.

Quincy is the son of Olympic gold medalist Kenny Monday who has taken over the newly revived Morgan State wrestling team as the head coach which should be very cool to see as well.

With all the talent and recruits coming to Princeton these next few years it should be interesting to see how things develop at Princeton which has been on the rise.

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Akil Murugan
Akil Murugan
Senior Editor for Heavyweight Nation

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