HEAD COACH

SHU YABUI

Head Coach – High school

Hometown: Tokyo, Japan

United World Wrestling Certified Educator & Coaches Commission Assistant

Japan Masters Wrestling Federation Secretary General & Chair of Foreign Relations

 

Shu Yabui began his coaching career at St. Mary’s with the middle school program and then assumed the High School coaching responsibilities from Coach Ian Harlow for the 2013-2014 season.  Coach Yabui led his grapplers to a winning season taking the Kanto League Title and the Far East Individual Title.  A St. Mary’s graduate and three-time Far East Champion (2002, 2003 and 2004), Coach Yabui was the first former champion that has gone on to coach a Far East Championship Team.  Since taking over the high school program, Coach Yabui has produced 20 Far East Champions – three in 2014, six in 2015, six in 2016 and five in 2017 (six champions remains a school record).  His Titan teams have also set a school record for consecutive Far East Individual titles with four (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017).  His 2016 team was the first in School History to win every major title in a single season.  He is also a United World Wrestling certified Coach Educator.

2005-2006 Assistant HS Coach | St. Mary’s International School
2009-2013 Head MS Coach | St. Mary’s International School

 

ASSISTANT COACHES

 

 

MOSHE GRIMBERG

 

 

 

Coach Grimberg was a former Greco-Roman national team member for Israel.  Throughout his cadet, junior, and senior levels.  He has experience in competing and winning medals at the European Championships and World Championships at the 48 – 54kg weight categories.  He brings with him coaching experience in coaching the Israeli Youth National Teams and knowledge as a personal trainer in Japan.

 

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BRYAN KOSLOW

Hometown: Hermosa Beach, California

 

 

High School Career:

  • Redondo Union High School
  • Individual league champion
  • 4th place in California Interscholastic Associations Finals

 

 

 

 

BRADY RICHARDSON

Hometown: Vincennes, Indiana

 

 

Coach Richardson was a 2 time Freestyle and 1 time Greco Roman state champion in Indiana.  He was also an Indiana State runner-up in folkstyle.  He was a member of the Indiana University wrestling team (NCAA Division 1) from 2001 to 2006.

 

 

 

KANYBEK KADYROV

 

 

 

Coach Kanybek was a former national team member for Kyrgyzstan with experience competing at the world championships.  With his Russian style wrestling he brings a whole new dynamic of wrestling instruction to the team.

 

 

LONG-DISTANCE COACH AND TITAN WRESTLING SUPPORTER

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IAN HARLOW

Former Head Coach – High School/Middle School

Hometown: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

 

 

After spending seven successful seasons coaching the high school team (2006-13), Ian Harlow handed over the reins to Coach Yabui and took over the middle school program beginning with the 2013-2014 season.  During his tenure with the high school program, Coach Harlow’s grapplers won 4 Far East Championships (2 Individual and 2 Team), 3 Kanto League titles and produced 7 Far East Champions.  He became the first St. Mary’s Coach to produce repeat wins for both the Far East Individual and Far East Dual Championships by doing so in the 2011 and 2012 seasons.

Coach Harlow’s Prior Coaching Experience Includes:

1997-1998 Assistant MS Coach | Jenks, Oklahoma
1998-2000 Assistant MS/HS Coach | Coweta, Oklahoma
2001-2002 Head Coach | Coweta Takedown Club, Oklahoma
2002-2005 Head HS/MS Coach | Zama American High School, Japan

 

 

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WILLIAM DUNAWAY

Former Assistant Coach

Hometown: Carthage, Missouri

 

Coaching Experience:

  • Assistant coach at Sandia High School, New Mexico – 1999-2000
  • Assistant coach at Highland High School, New Mexico – 2001-2003
  • Head coach at Highland High School, New Mexico – 2003-2005

College Career:

  • University of New Mexico – 1998-1999
  • Western State Colorado University – 2000-2001

High School Career:

  • Carthage Senior High School – 1998
  • Conference champion
  • State qualifier

 

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