Who is Coach Daryl Weber?
(14 x VA Team State Championships)
After his competitive career ended, Daryl moved to Christiansburg were he was assistant coach of Christiansburg HS from 2000-2006. CHS won 5 State Championships while he was an assistant coach and won 9 straight VA AA team State Championships with Coach Weber at the helm.
Christiansburg High School Head Coach 2007-2014: - 8 straight VA AA Team State Championships (13 in a row total) - 42 State Champions - Over 90% of Graduates gone on to wrestle in college. - 2006-Present Head Coach Christiansburg High School - 8 straight State Championship Teams (07-08-09-10-11-12-13-14) - 42 Individual State Champions - 33 State Place Winners - 2014 VA State Wrestling Coach of the Year - 2013 Dapper Dan Team USA Coach - District Coach of the Year (07-08-11-13-14-15) - Region Coach of the Year (07-08-09-10-11-12-15) - 2010-2011 VA Coach of the Year Western Region - 2008-2009 Virginia Coach of the Year by NWCA
Other Coaching Experience - 2000-2006 Assistant Coach Christiansburg HS (CHS was Runner-up one year and State Champs 5 of those years.) - 2000-Present Head Coach of Hawkeye East / VA Elite Wrestling Club - 2000-2001 National Assistant H.S. Coach of the Year - 1997-2000 Strength and Conditioning Coach University of Iowa
The High School Wrestler
(2 x State Champion)
Coach Weber won two Iowa high school state titles wrestling for Dan Mashek, the winningest Iowa High School Wrestling Coach in history, at Don Bosco HS.
- 2008 Inducted into the Iowa High School Wrestling Hall of Fame
- 1990 & 1991 Iowa H.S. State Champion
- 1989 State Place Winner (3rd)
- 1988-1991 Wrestled for for Don Bosco HS in Gilbertville IA posted a record of 128-19-1
The College Wrestler
(NCAA D1 Champion)
He then went on to wrestle at the University of Iowa under Dan Gable from ’91-’96. During his time at U of Iowa he was a three time All-American, Big Ten titlist, and NCAA Champion.
- 1991-1996 Wrestled under Dan Gable for University of Iowa
- 1996 NCAA Champion
- 1996 Big Ten Champion
- 1996, 1995 & 1994 NCAA All-American
The International Wrestler
(U.S. Open Runner-Up)
After graduating from Iowa he continued to compete internationally in Freestyle through 2000. While competing internationally Coach Weber took second at the U.S. Open, won the Sunkist Open, and wrestled in over a dozen international freestyle tournaments.
- 1997-2000 Competed Internationally in Freestyle
- 1998 Sunkist Open Champion
- 1998 U.S. Open Runner-up
- Placing in over a dozen International Freestyle Competitions