Coach Robbie Waller
Coach Robbie has had tremendous success at every level of both on and off the mat. Robbie was a 2003 NCAA Division I National Champion for the University of Oklahoma. He was also a 2x All-American and 4x National qualifier while competing for the Sooners. Robbie compiled a 103-30 record during his collegiate career.
At Mount Pleasant High School, Robbie found his way to the PIAA state finals three times, winning a PA AAA State title in 1998. He compiled a career record of 128-3 with 89 wins by pin. Coach Robbie was a Fila Junior National freestyle Champion in 1998.
On the coaching front, Robbie spent 10 years at the Division I collegiate level. He was an assistant coach at the University of Missouri from 2003-2005 while completing his Masters degree. While at Mizzou, Coach Robbie helped the Tigers to 13th and 11th place finishes at the NCAA Tournament, their highest finished to that point in Program history. He also coached 6 wrestlers to All-American honors for the Tigers.
Robbie then returned to Norman, OK where he was the head assistant coach for the Sooners from 2005-2009. During his time as a coach at OU, Robbie helped coach 12 NCAA All-Americans, 4 NCAA finalists and 11 Big XII Conference Champions for the Sooners
In 2009, Robbie left OU to lead the program at Lock Haven University. From 2009 to 2013, Robbie helped turn the Bald Eagle program around into a winning program. During the 2012-13 season, LHU finished with a 7-6 dual record with wins over power 5 conference schools like WVU and Duke. He coached 4 bald eagles to PSAC Championships and 4 EWL Finalists (when the league still had WVU and Pitt). He led 7 wrestlers to the NCAA Championships for LHU.
Coach Robbie has spent the last 6 years with the All-American Wrestling Club.
Robbie graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a bachelor degree in creative writing in 1998 and holds a Master of English education degree from the University of Missouri. He currently works for Advantage Sport & Fitness Inc. as a territory sales manager and lives with his wife Clare and son Robbie in Delmont, PA.
2010 Inducted into the State University of New York at Delhi Wrestling Hall of Fame
2000 Selected as the Head Coach of “Team Pennsylvania” ( National Freestyle Team) for the 2nd consecutive year)
1999 Selected as the Head Coach of “Team Pennsylvania” (Our National Freestyle Team)
1999 Inducted into the Pennsylvania Wrestling Hall of Fame (based on coaching as well as wrestling accomplishments)
1998 Selected as the Assistant “Team Pennsylvania” National Freestyle Team Coach
1997 Inducted into the Western Pennsylvania Wrestling Hall of Fame
1984 Inducted into the National Junior College Athletic Association National Wrestling Hall of Fame
1978 Inducted into the National Junior College Athletic Association Region III Hall of Fame (Region III covers the Northeastern United States
*5 time W.P.I.A.L Section “Coach of the Year”
2 time W.P.I.A.L. Regional “Coach of the Year”
*33 Team Championships in 24 years as a Head Coach at Kane Area High School (I yr.), Greensburg Salem High School (6yrs.), and Mt. Pleasant High School (17 yrs.)
*47 PIAA State Qualifiers
*24 PIAA State Place winners
*10 PIAA State Runner-ups
*3 PIAA State Champions
*45 former wrestlers have competed on the college level
*CAREER COACHING RECORD: 310 Wins 93Losses 7 Ties
1976 United States Olympic Trial Finalist at 163 lbs.
1973 Pennsylvania State College Conference Champion at 142 lbs.
1972 United States Olympic Trial Finalist at 142 lbs. (only loss was to Olympic Gold Medalist Dan Gable)
1970 NJCAA National Champion at 142 lbs.
1970 NJCAA Region III Tournament Champion at 150 lbs.
1969 NJCAA National Toumament-4th place at 145 lbs. “Selected as an Honorable Mention All-American
1969 NJCAA Region III Tournament Champion at 152 lbs. **Voted the “Outstanding Wrestler,
1968 3rd place in the Virginia High School State Tournament Class AAA at 145 lbs
CAREER WRESTLING RECORD: 203 wins 23 losses 3 ties
Coach Tim Allen
Coach Tim, is a 2003 Graduate of Pine Richland High School where he was a 4 year Letterman, team captain and PA Greco Roman National Team member. He completed High School with 4.0 GPA and went on the the University of Pittsburgh Main Campus. He competed all four years with the Panthers and earned a degree in Business Administration.
He currently works at Seubert Insurance, as a Senior Consultant. Tim and his wife DiAnna reside in Penn Township with their children Gianna and Mila.