Andrew Taylor has been named full-time head men’s wrestling coach at Delaware Valley University. Taylor spent the past six seasons at his alma mater Baldwin Wallace where he helped coach the team to four OAC titles and was an NCAA qualifer for the Yellow Jackets in 2014. He replaces Jim Wertman who stepped down after three seasons as head coach following a five year stint as an assistant.
DOYLESTOWN (Pa.) — Delaware Valley University Director of Athletics David Duda announced on Monday that, after a national search, Andrew Taylor has been named the full-time head men’s wrestling coach.
Taylor comes to DelVal by way of Division III affiliate Baldwin Wallace University where he served as assistant coach for his alma mater for six seasons under head coach Jamie Gibbs.
“We are thrilled to have Andrew take the reins of our storied wrestling program. Andrew comes from a great stock, working with Coach Gibbs and a wonderful staff at national D-III powerhouse Baldwin Wallace,” said Duda. “Andrew had his fingerprints on the growth and development of the program at Baldwin Wallace and we look for him to position Delaware Valley atop the conference, regional, and national ranks.”