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Jimmy Sheptock His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

Jimmy Sheptock His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!


Who Is Jimmy Sheptock?

Jimmy Sheptock is a former collegiate wrestler who competed in the 184 pound division, he was an extremely successful athlete for Maryland University in the United States. Jimmy became a two time All American and finished as high as second place at the NCAA Championships. Jimmy amassed an incredible record throughout college as he won multiple titles on his surge through the competition. Jimmy was undefeated in dual competition as he set college records for Maryland University.

Who Is Jimmy Sheptock?

Jimmy Sheptock is a former collegiate wrestler who competed in the 184 pound division, he was an extremely successful athlete for Maryland University in the United States. Jimmy became a two time All American and finished as high as second place at the NCAA Championships. Jimmy amassed an incredible record throughout college as he won multiple titles on his surge through the competition. Jimmy was undefeated in dual competition as he set college records for Maryland University.

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Jimmy attended Northampton high school in his home town of Pennsylvania. During his high school years Jimmy showcased his tremendous abilities on the wrestling mats. Jimmy placed three times in State Championships and won two District Championships. In 2007 Jimmy won the NHSCA National Championship as a Sophomore. The following year he became the NHSCA Junior National Champion, and Jimmy went on to win the Regional Championships as a Senior. 

In 2009 Jimmy Sheptock joined the Terrapins wrestling roster at Maryland University. Jimmy won his first 11 matches in a row as he went on to secure a season record of 24 wins and 3 losses. Jimmy had a season of domination in the 165 pound division, as he secured title wins at the East Stroudsburg Open and the Wilkes Open. The following year Jimmy decided to take a redshirt year on the back of a serious knee injury, after he returned to competition he amassed a 6 - 4 record and began his dual career with a win inside the first minute of the match.

In 2011 Jimmy was undefeated in dual matches as he secured an exceptional 12 - 0 record, including 9 technical fall wins. Jimmy would finish his season with a 27 - 6 record as he ranked as high as 11th according to InterMat. Jimmy won the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship and was selected as a part of the All ACC team. Jimmy secured runner up at both the Nittany Lion Open and the Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Invitational. Jimmy also placed seventh at the Midlands Championship and qualified for the NCAA Championships, winning his first fight but failing to place in the tournament. After an extremely successful year, Jimmy was presented with the Curt Callahan Award for mental toughness.

In Jimmy's Junior year he was selected as an All American after a sixth place finish at the NCAA Championships. Jimmy led his team in wins for the year compiling 40 and bested his team-mates with 10 major decision wins. Jimmy only lost 6 matches for the season as he secured another unbeatable year in dual competition registering a 21 - 0 record. Jimmy won his second consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference Championship and once again secured All ACC honours. Jimmy also won the Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Classic in the 184 pound division and finished second at the Nittany Lion Open. Jimmy also placed 5th at the Midlands Championships to finish off his season.

In 2013 in Jimmy's Senior year he exceeded all expectations as he had won multiple titles. Jimmy won his third consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference Championship and secured another team selection. Jimmy also secured his second straight All American selection after finishing in second place at the NCAA Division 1 Championships, securing the number #1 seed at the tournament. Jimmy became the first Maryland wrestler to advance into the NCAA final since 1969. Jimmy finished the season with a commanding 32 - 1 win loss record including another undefeated dual record of 17 - 0. Jimmy became the first Maryland wrestler to ever gain the number #1 ranking as he won other events like; The Midlands Championship and Roadrunner Open Title. 

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How Old Is Jimmy Sheptock?

Jimmy Sheptock was born in Northampton in Pennsylvania in 1991, he is currently 30 years of age.

Jimmy Sheptock's Coaching Career?

Jimmy Sheptock began his coaching career in 2015 at the Drexel University Dragons. In the 2015/2016 season Jimmy helped the Dragons to 10 Dual meet victories, which was their highest since 2008. Jimmy also helped 6 Drexel wrestlers achieve EIWA podium finishes including two conference winners and seven NCAA qualifiers. From 2016 to 2018 Jimmy joined his former college, Maryland as an assistant coach before gaining a promotion and becoming an associate head coach. During Jimmy’s tenure at Maryland he guided 8 Terrapins to the NCAA Championships, including the accomplished Youssif Hemida who earned All American honours twice. Jimmy is currently in his third season now as an assistant coach at Harvard University in Cambridge.  

How Much Is Jimmy Sheptock Worth?

Jimmy Sheptock has had a vastly successful career with many wins on the mats. He has won an abundance of high school and collegiate medals and has been extremely successful as a coach over the past 8 years. Jimmy has also worked closely with the premium supplier of instructional videos worldwide in BJJ Fanatics. He has recently filmed a video called "The Single Leg Takedown" where Jimmy showcases his knowledge and expertise. Throughout his career Jimmy has accumulated a net worth of close to a million dollars, his wrestling knowledge has made him a highly sought after coach in the world of wrestling.

Jimmy Sheptock's Family!

Jimmy Sheptock grew up in Pennsylvania with his family, His father James was a huge influence as he guided Jimmy into wrestling. Jimmy’s mother Donna was increasingly worried about her sons being hurt, but she managed to keep up the encouragement to help her sons. Jimmy has two brothers Nate and Cole, and growing up they were highly competitive. Cole wrestled for the Pittsburgh Panthers while Nate was more into football. Growing up in a wrestling based family gave Jimmy the recipe for his successes.

How Much Does Jimmy Sheptock Weigh?

Jimmy Sheptock has competed at 185 lbs (83 kg) for most of his career, although earlier in his collegiate days he competed at 165 lbs (74 kg) and 174 lbs (79 kg).

Jimmy Sheptock's Fight List!

Before he was a high calibre wrestling coach, Jimmy Sheptock lit up the collegiate wrestling mats as a competitor. He has fought in many outstanding battles over the course of his career. Jimmy has fought many high level athletes like; Jack Dechow, Blake Stauffer, Devin Hightower, Benjamin Stroh, Jonathan Fausey, Max Thomusseit, Ryan Hembury, Jason Grimes, Jacob Kasper, Sammy Brooks, Nathaniel Brown, Gabe Dean, Lorenzo Thomas, James Mannier, Giovanni Ortiz, Kyle Spangler, Garet Krohn, Ethan Lofthouse, Stephen Doty, Tony Dallago, Josh Ihnen, Kevin Steinhaus, Chris Moon, Mike England and Kyle Detmer.

Jimmy Sheptock's Best Fight Of All Time!

Jimmy Sheptock has been involved in some prolific matches in his career. He has won multiple Championships including State and Regional titles. Jimmy has also won 3 consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference Championships, including defeating Pittsburgh's Max Thomusseit 3 - 1 to secure the three peat. Jimmy's best fight though would come at the grapple in the garden event when took on the famed Gabe Dean of Cornell. Jimmy put on a clinic of wrestling as he defeated Gabe 5 - 3.

Who Did Jimmy Sheptock Lose to?

Jimmy Sheptock has had a phenomenally successful career throughout his time at Maryland University. Although he has won multiple titles he has fallen short at NCAA Championship tournaments. Jimmy has qualified for the NCAA Championships on three occasions, once he did not place and once finishing 6th. In Jimmy’s Senior year he had an excellent NCAA tournament, and after defeating all of his opponents including the 5th seed Jack Dechow, Jimmy made it through to the final. Jimmy became the first representative of Maryland to enter an NCAA final since Gobel Kline won the event in 1969. Jimmy would compete against the number #1 seed Edward Ruth of Penn State. Jimmy was out gunned and was dominated 7 - 2 at the end of the match. It was a disappointing end to Jimmy’s campaign but afterwards he began to shift his focus into coaching. 

Jimmy Sheptock's Record!

Jimmy Sheptock had an amazing run of wins during his time at Maryland University. He finished at college with a record of 129 wins with only 20 losses, Jimmy also finished with an incredible undefeated dual record of 51 - 0. Jimmy also finished his career with 18 career falls, 20 technical falls and 29 major decisions. Jimmy became the first wrestler in Maryland's history to move into the coveted number #1 ranking position. Jimmy has a list of accolades that includes; 

Two Time All American (2013, 2014) Three Time Atlantic Coast Conference Champion (2012, 2013, 2014) NCAA Runner Up (2014) Midlands Champion (2014) Roadrunner Open Champion (2014) Selected All ACC Team (2012, 2013, 2014) Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Classic Champion (2013) Nittany Lion Open Runner Up (2012, 2013) Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Invitational Runner Up (2012) Won The Curt Callahan Award For Mental Toughness (2012) East Stroudsburg Open Champion (2010) Wilkes Open Champion (2010) NHSCA Sophomore National Champion (2007) NHSCA Junior National Champion (2008) Two Time District Champion (2007, 2008) Regional Senior Champion (2009) State Junior Championship Runner Up (2008) Recorded a 40 Win Season (2013) 

Jimmy Sheptock's Injuries!

Jimmy Sheptock took a redshirt season in his freshman year after injuring his ACL. Jimmy spent most of the season sidelined as he recovered from his serious knee injury. In Jimmy's Sophomore year he also fractured his ribs while reaching the round of 12 at the NCAA Championships. Over Jimmy's career he has suffered from multiple injuries but it has never stopped his drive to become one of the best wrestlers in the United States. 

Is Jimmy Sheptock Retired?

Jimmy Sheptock has retired from competitive wrestling, as he spends his time coaching young up and coming wrestlers. Jimmy has several years experience in coaching through his work with Drexel and Maryland. Jimmy is currently into his third season as an assistant coach at Harvard University, where he divulges his knowledge and expertise to a wealth of young Americans. Jimmy has a passion for teaching and has spoken about how fulfilling and rewarding it is to give back to the wrestling community.

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