Who is Mike Eierman?
The EE Wrestling team competed in many local and national
competitions resulting in300 Missouri USA youth state qualifiers, 200 youth state medalists, 70 youth State Champions, 2 Roller All-Stars, and 1 Roller Trinity Award Winner as well as multipleAll-Americans and team state championships. Eierman most notable
product was in wrestler J'den Cox, who won 4 state titles, 2 national titles, and an Olympic Bronze Medal.
Prior to adopting EE Wrestling, Eierman was a volunteer assistant at the University of Missouri-Columbia, the head coach of the Rock Bridge Wrestling Club and the MO Elite Wrestling Club, and the head assistant coach for Neosho County Community College-Kansas.
As a wrestler himself, before beginning his coaching career, Eierman was a resident of the U.S. Olympic Training Center from 2000-2003 and won numerous medals in International Freestyle Tournaments, including Russia, Ukraine, and Italy. While at the University of Nebraska, he was an NCAA All-American in 1993 while also being voted as the Most Exciting Nebraska Wrestler in that same season.
Head coach for Westminster College 2007-present
Head coach and owner of the Eierman Elite Wrestling, 2005 – present
Volunteer Assistant Coach for the University of Missouri, Columbia, 2004-2006
Head coach of the Rock Bridge Wrestling Club, 2004 – 2005
Head coach of MO Elite Wrestling Club, 2003 – 2004
Head Assistant Coach for Neosho County Community College, Kansas, 1999-2000 NJCAA National Champions
Resident of U.S. Olympic Training Center, 2000-2003
2-Time Freestyle U.S. Open All American, 2000-2001
Competitor at the 2000 Olympic Trials
Medal winner in many International Freestyle Tournaments, including Russia, Ukraine, and Italy
Featured in a Freestyle DVD through USA Wrestling, 2003
Featured in two books: Athlete and The Art of an Athlete
College: University of Nebraska
1993 Division 1 NCAA All American
1993 voted Most Exciting Nebraska Wrestler (teammates included Rulon Gardner, Matt Lindland and Corey Olsen)
Voted 2nd Team Modern Era (Nebraska), 1970-2002, 142-149 lbs
Captain of the Big 8 Champions, 1995
Record at Midlands for the fastest fall at 157 lbs., 1963-2002