Wrestling at Hotchkiss is a team sport: although wrestlers take the mat alone, the success that they find there comes from the effort and drive of their teammates in the practice room. We support one another as teammates through successes and failures. Our wrestlers are expected to be leaders, citizens of the school, and positive examples for their peers.
Our program’s mission is to help young men and women find success on the mat, as well as develop the virtues of self-discipline, conviction, and humility that will serve them well not only in wrestling, but in all aspects of their lives.
Hotchkiss wrestling endures beyond the confines of the school and an individual’s time: Hotchkiss wrestlers will carry their experiences with them forever.
-- Cooper Puls, Head Coach, Varsity Wrestling
Hotchkiss Wrestling’s Edward R. Davis Wrestling Room is one of the finest and most spacious practice facilities in the WNEISWA league, with room for two competition-sized wrestling mats. It also has room for additional practice mats, spectator seating, and scorer’s tables. The wrestling room is adjacent to training facilities, a fully equipped weight room, and the rest of the Forrest E. Mars Jr. Athletic Center’s resources.
Head Coach Cooper Puls '11
|Assistant Coach Marc Dittmer
Marshall Puls '09 -- Gettysburg
Sebastien Levin '10 -- Wisconsin
Chayoot Chengsupanimit '12 -- Muhlenberg
Matthew Belikov '12 -- Boston University
Dexter Puls '13 -- Ithaca
Angus Cowell '14 -- Harvard
Nick Carola '16 -- Chicago
Nick Adams '19 -- Toronto
Duncan Sopko '19 -- Trinity
Scott Lewis '19 -- Wash. U. in St. Louis