Tom Jarman to Retire

Manchester College head coach and athletic director Tom Jarman is set to retire on August 1st after 18 years at Manchester. Prior to his time at Manchester, he was the head coach at Northwestern University and Taylor University as well as the 1963 NCAA College Division champion at 158 pounds for Wheaton College.

At Manchester, he led the team to three top ten finishes and coached one national champion (Darrell Carr, 149, 2002) and 22 total All-Americans, with 125 pound Eracleo Vallejo (5th) the last in 2007. Jarman spent ten years each at Taylor University and Northwestern before beginning his 18 year stint at Manchester. Overall, his teams have won over 400 matches, and Jarman is a member of the Taylor University, Wheaton College, Oswego High School, Indiana Wrestling Coaches, Illinois Wrestling Coaches, and NCAA Division III Wrestling Coaches Hall of Fame.

Tom Jarman to Retire August 1st