Tim McGuire to be first Shenandoah Coach

Former University of Chicago assistant Tim McGuire has been selected as Shenandoah University’s first head wrestling coach. McGuire spent the past six seasons at Chicago and also coached at Wilbur Wright College.

Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia, will begin competition in the fall of 2020 as the 22nd sport for the Hornets. The school will be the third team in the ODAC to offer wrestling along with Ferrum and Washington & Lee.

McGuire Tapped for Men’s Wrestling Post

10/15/2019 3:00:00 PM

By: Scott Musa, Associate AD

WINCHESTER, Va. – Shenandoah University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Bridget Lyons announced Tuesday that Tim McGuire has been hired as the university’s first-ever head men’s wrestling coach.

McGuire comes to Shenandoah after serving as the Head Assistant Coach at the University of Chicago for six years. He helped mentor four NCAA Division III All-Americans, five national qualifiers and five Academic All-Americans in his final five seasons at the school.

The Maroons also were annually ranked in the top 25 and he was part of a staff that earned UAA Coaching Staff of the Year accolades in both 2018 and 2019.

Prior to his time at Chicago, McGuire was the associate head coach and recruiting coordinator at Wilbur Wright College from 2010-2012. Click for more. . .