Bryan Pearsall: Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who is Bryan Pearsall?
Bryan Pearsall is the associate head wrestling coach at the University of Pennsylvania. He has been coaching for the college since July of 2017. He got his start within the wrestling community when he started competing for Penn State University. He was one of the most impressive lower-weight competitors on the Penn State wrestling team. The Penn State team, the Nittany Lions, won three NCAA National Championships with Pearsall. Bryan Pearsall is also the assistant coach for the Army West Point Wrestling team. He has coached the army team since 2014. He originally was volunteering his time for the team but was officially promoted to full-time only a year later. Pearsall also started as an assistant coach at the University of Pennsylvania in 2017 and was promoted to head assistant coach by the end of that season. Bryan is well known for his recruitment skills and his advanced knowledge of wrestling. Pearsall has been instrumental in coaching up to six NCAA Championship qualifiers at the University of Pennsylvania.
What this article covers:
- Who is Bryan Pearsall?
- How Old is Bryan Pearsall?
- How Much Does Bryan Pearsall Weigh?
- Bryan Pearsall’s Fight List
- Bryan Pearsall's Best Fight of All Time
Bryan Pearsall currently holds a degree in rehabilitation and human services. Pearsall graduated from Penn State University in the class of 2013. While competing as a wrestler at Penn State, he was coached by Cael Sanderson. He is known for being fifth at the 2013 NCAA qualifier for the 141 pounds division and competing in freestyle for PAWF.
How Old is Bryan Pearsall?
Bryan Pearsall’s exact age is not common knowledge. His birthday is September 24th. Pearsall’s hometown is Lititz, Pennsylvania.
Bryan Pearsall’s Family
Bryan Pearsall’s parents’ names are Tom and Joanne Pearsall. Bryan is the oldest of his three brothers. He and his family lived in Lititz, Pennsylvania when he was growing up. When old enough to attend high school, he went to Warwick high school.
Bryan Pearsall is currently married to Maura Q. Pearsall. Maura is a Penn State University soccer and track alumni. Their anniversary date is April 14th and they have been married for about four years. Together, the couple has one daughter. Her name is Clare and she is a little over one year old. Clare was born on April 7, 2021. Bryan enjoys going on vacation to New Jersey beaches with his wife and daughter. His family and he currently lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
How Much is Bryan Pearsall Worth?
Bryan Pearsall’s net worth is not common information.
How Tall is Bryan Pearsall?
There is no record of Bryan Pearsall’s height.
How Much Does Bryan Pearsall Weigh?
It is not exactly clear how much Bryan Pearsall weighs now but we do know that he was in the lower weight division when competing for Penn State University. At one point in college, it is believed that he weighed around 133-141 pounds. That is 60.32-63.96 kilograms.
Bryan Pearsall’s Fight List
Bryan Pearsall had fought many impressive matches during his time as a collegiate wrestler. He fought opponents such as:
- Nick Flannery from Cleveland State (01/01/2013)
- Julian Feikert from Oklahoma State (01/02/2013)
- Matt Ballweg from Iowa State (01/01/2013)
- Brandon Nelsen from Purdue University (01/09/2013)
- Camryn Jackson from Michigan State (03/09/2013)
- Frank Goodwin from Maryland State (03/21/2013)
- Steven Keith from Harvard University (03/22/2013)
Bryan Pearsall has fought many other competitors from 2008 to 2013 competing with Penn State. He participated in competitions such as:
- Penn State Wrestle-Offs (2008)
- Harvard Dual Meet (2010)
- East Stroudsburg Open (2008)
- Mat Town Open (2008)
- Nittany Lion Open (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012)
- Wilkes Open (2008)
- Edinboro Open (2009)
- Rutgers Dual Meet (2009, 2010)
- West Virginia Dual Meet (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012)
- Pittsburgh Dual Meet (2009, 2012)
- Reno Tournament of Champions (2009)
- Ohio State Dual Meet (2010, 2010, 2012)
- Northwestern Dual Meet (2010)
- Big Ten Championships (2010, 2012, 2013)
Bryan Pearsall dominated many of these competitions with his freestyle All-American style of wrestling. During his last season of wrestling as a senior, he won three out of the five matches he had during the Big Ten Championships. He also won his match against Frank Goodwin during the NCAA Championships.
Bryan Pearsall's Best Fight of All Time
While there aren’t many official videos to watch Bryan Pearsall’s matches, it is easy to see that the years 2012 to 2013 were some of the best. Pearsall was able to win three out of the five matches he competed at the Southern Scuffle in January 2012 and then win three Dual meets no more than two weeks later. Pearsall was also able to win the majority of his matches at Big Ten Championships that year. When the beginning of the next season rolled around in November of 2012, Pearsall won his first five matches of that season. He would go on to dominate in the 2013 Souther Scuffle again, winning three out of his five matches. He would finish his senior year strong in March of 2013, attending the NCAA Championships and the Big Ten Championships once again.
Who Did Bryan Pearsall Lose To?
Bryan Pearsall competed against many wrestlers throughout his college career. Some of the most notable people that he faced and lost to were:
- Jayson Ness from Minnesota State (2010)
- Zac Stevens from Michigan State (2010)
- Nathan Pennesi from West Virginia State (2011)
- Michael Nevinger from Cornell (2012)
- Montell Marion from Iowa State (2012)
- Hinter Stieber from Ohio State (2012)
- Kellen Russell from Michigan State (2012)
- Jake Sueflohn from Nebraska State (2012)
- Matt Ballweg from Iowa State (2013)
- Brandon Nelsen from Purdue (2013)
- Nick Dardanes from Minnesota State (2013)
Bryan Pearsall’s Record
Bryan Pearsall's collegiate athletic career with Penn State University ended with an overall 31-41.
Bryan Pearsall’s Injuries
Bryan Pearsall has never spoken about any personal injuries he experienced during his time as a wrestler.
Is Bryan Pearsall Retired?
While Bryan Pearsall no longer competes as a wrestler, he still coaches other collegiate athletes at the University of Pennsylvania. Pearsall also is still actively making instructional videos, including the ones he created with Fanatic Wrestling. You can find him teaching about The Bottom Formula: Escapes and Reversals, Ankle Picks From Everywhere, and The Top Wrestling Formula.
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