Bill is the co-owner of Twin City Pharmacy. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Applied Science from West Virginia University and is an active member of the New Jersey wrestling community. Bill serves on the NJSIAA medical advisory committee addressing the growing use of prescription opiates among athletes.
David is the retired Chairman of RegentAtlantic Capital. He received his B.A. in Economics from Rutgers College and his MBA in Finance from Rutgers University. At Rutgers, David was a member of the Rutgers wrestling team.
Doug is a retired business and development professional. Following a twenty-four year career with Quest Diagnostics, Doug was a Development Director with the Rutgers Foundation. Currently, he is a Head Lacrosse coach at Morris Hills High School. He received his B.A. and MBA from Rutgers.
Bill is a retired President of an executive search firm. He received his B.A. in General Management and his MBA from Rutgers. Bill was a member of the Economics Honors Society and the captain of the Rutgers Golf Team.
Scott is the Head Wrestling Coach. Scott began head coach in 2007 and has led the team to the most dual meet wins in the school’s history. He has coached more All Americans than any other Rutgers coach. Scott is a graduate of Lock Haven University.
Josh is CEO of Mill Creek Capital Advisors and serves on the firm’s investment committee. He earned a B.A. from Rutgers and his MBA from Penn State. Josh is the co-founder of the SKWC, Inc..
Kirk is a partner with the Withum accounting firm. He received his BA in accounting from Rutgers and is a member of the Rutgers Accounting Advisory Board. For many years, he has led the Branchburg youth wrestling program.
Glenn is Executive Director at Embrace Kids Foundation. He earned his B.A. and M.A. in Business/Managerial Economics from Rutgers, his MBA from the University of Miami, and a Masters in Global Management from the Thunderbird School.
John is the Assistant Wrestling Coach. He has been a member of the Rutgers staff since 2007. John is a graduate of Lehigh University and was the 1996 EIWA Champion at 190 pounds. Prior to Rutgers, he coached 32 National Prep Place winners and four Junior National All-Americans.
Jason is President of Newroads Financial Group, which organizes “An Evening with Eric LeGrand,” raising over $270,000 so far to help find a cure for Spinal Cord Injury. He serves as 2nd VP of the RU Court Club and supports many other RU Athletics causes. He is an RU grad with a B.S. in biochemistry.
Matthew M. Oliver
Matt is a partner with Lowenstein Sandler, LLP, a national law firm with more than 300 lawyers in 5 offices throughout the U.S. He is a member of the firm’s White Collar Criminal Defense group and practices in New York and New Jersey. Matt graduated from Rutgers Law School with Honors and received his B.A. from Rutgers with High Honors.
Brian retired as from Phillips Van Heusen as Senior Vice President and Assistant Treasurer. His career in the retail industry spanned over thirty-five years. Brian received his B.A. in sociology from Rutgers College and his MBA in accounting and finance from Fairleigh Dickinson.
Tom has a 25-year career with ADP and is currently the President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing. He graduated with a B.A. in business administration from New England College.
Joe is the Director of Wrestling Operations. He joined the Rutgers staff in 2011. Prior to Rutgers Joe spent seven seasons as the assistant coach at the College of New Jersey. In 2007 he was named Division III National Assistant Coach of the Year. He is a graduate of Rider University.
Donald Allen Pritzlaff Jr.
Donny is the Associate Head Coach. He is a two time national champion, a world medalist, and a Big Ten Conference veteran coach. Since Pritzlaff’s arrival in 2014, Rutgers has had 28 NCAA qualifiers, 23 Big Ten place winners, seven All-Americans and two Big Ten champions. He is a graduate of Wisconsin.
Dante is a Branch Manager at Caliber Home Loans. He has over twenty years in the banking and mortgage industry. A graduate of Rutgers, Dante was a member of the Rutgers wrestling team.
Gary has had a twenty-five year career on Wall Street and is currently a Managing Director with Stifel Financial. Gary received his B.A. in economics from Rutgers and is active in many Rutgers related organizations.
Andy is the co-owner of Spirit of ’76 and a Director of the Manasquan Savings Bank. He has also served as a Development Director with the Rutgers Foundation. Andy received a B.A. in accounting from Rutgers and his MBA from Monmouth University.
John is a retired educator and New Jersey renowned high school wrestling coach. John is member of the NJ Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and received the Lifetime Achievement from the USA Wrestling Officials Association. John is a Rutgers graduate and former Rutgers wrestler.