After last week's announcement that Cary Kolat would be leaving Campbell to take over as the head coach at Navy, questions swirled about who would fill the head coaching role for the Camels.
Those questions were answered today when the Campbell Twitter account announced Scotti Sentes as the program's next head coach.
"Campbell is a special place and I will do everything I can to continue to make this program proud." Please welcome Scotti Sentes as he takes over for Head Coach of the Campbell Wrestling program! #GoCamels🐪 pic.twitter.com/MiPYQscjdY— Campbell Wrestling (@GoCamelsWrestle) March 26, 2020
Sentes was on Coach Kolat's staff for four years at Campbell and was the Associate Head Coach for the last two seasons.
Campbell is coming off back-to-back titles at the SoCon Championships. This year's team had five conference champions. The Camels also won the outright SoCon dual title this year.
The six Camels who qualified for the NCAA Championships this year were 26 seed Korbin Meink at 125, 9 seed Noah Gonser at 133, 8 seed Josh Heil at 141, 13 seed Quentin Perez at 165, 8 seed Andrew Morgan at 184, and 15 seed Jere Heino at 285. All but Meink and Heil were seniors.
The Campbell athletic department has increased commitment to the wrestling program in recent years, evidenced most notably with major upgrades to their wrestling facility in 2018.