Jordan Leen '04 Named Head Wrestling Coach at Brown

Jordan Leen '04 was named the head wrestling coach at Brown University, officially called the Marvin Wileznik '56 Head Coach Chair, on June 13. 

Leen's coaching career began as an assistant at Duke University in 2010 and he quickly moved to the University of Virginia where he was eventually elevated to associate head coach. After six seasons at UVA, Leen joined the staff at the University of Pittsburgh as associate head coach, spending six seasons with the Panthers before the move to Brown. In his college coaching career, he has coached 67 NCAA qualifiers 19 ACC individual champions, 13 All-Americans, and two NCAA finalists.

At Baylor, Leen was the Raiders' first four-time state champion and a National High School Coaches Association national champion. He went on to Cornell University where he won the 157-pound NCAA championship in 2008. He is the only NCAA wrestling national champion to graduate from Baylor.

For more on Leen's career and Brown wrestling, visit brownbears.com.


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