Pitt wrestling associate head coach Jordan Leen took the head coaching job at Brown Tuesday, according to a press release from the school.
Congrats, @JordanLeen_ 🤝
Thanks for your hugely impactful contributions as associate head coach at Pitt over the past five seasons!
» 27 NCAA Qualifiers
» 10 ACC Champions
» 7 All-Americans
— Pitt Wrestling (@Pitt_WRES) June 14, 2022
Leen spent six years as associate head coach at Pitt, coaching 27 NCAA qualifiers, 10 ACC Champions and seven All-Americans. His most impressive work came mainly with Jake Wentzel, who won three ACC titles at 165 pounds.
Prior to Pitt, Leen coached at Virginia for six seasons, working as associate head coach and recruiting coordinator under head coach Steve Garland. He helped lead the Cavaliers to the 2015 ACC Championship and helped make 40 NCAA qualifiers, nine ACC Champions and six All-Americans. His peak as recruiting coordinator came in 2015 when he brought in the No. 5 ranked class in the nation.
Before Virginia, Leen coached one year at Duke in 2010-11. He also wrestled in college at Cornell, winning the 157-pound National Title in 2008 and posting a career record of 118-29.
Pitt head coach Keith Gavin has not announced a replacement for Leen as of now.