Promotion Leaves Director of Wrestling Operations Position Open
MINNEAPOLIS — Ty Eustice, the director of wrestling operations at J Robinson Intensive Camps, will be named the new executive director effective on Tuesday, September 1. Eustice has spent the last three years in his current position, leading the continued success of the nation’s top Intensive Wrestling Camps, as well as expanding the company’s camp line-up to include the first ever Competition Camp.
Eustice, a former standout wrestler and two-time All-American at the University of Iowa who holds a Master’s Degree in Sports Management, will oversee day-to-day operations of the company’s Minneapolis headquarters, in addition to guiding the ongoing development of the largest wrestling camp system in the country. “I’m excited for the opportunity to lead such a respected company. J has been a great mentor to me and our philosophies are very similar,” said Eustice. “I believe in what we do here and it’s so rewarding to see the impact we have on the wrestlers that come to our camps.”
Launched in 1978 and led by Head University of Minnesota Wrestling Coach J Robinson, the camps have trained more than 35,000 wrestlers of all ages with a philosophy that focuses on developing technical skill, physical preparation, building mental toughness, and life skills. “It’s great to have Ty take on a bigger role in our camps,” said Robinson. “He’s been successful in what he does because of his work ethic and his attention to detail. We have full trust in him, and I know he will continue to be innovative and help us make the camps even better.”
J Robinson Intensive Camps will immediately begin the process of filling the now vacant director of wrestling operations position. For more information on this position and J Robinson Intensive Camps, please visit www.jrobinsoncamps.com/careers.