Train at DM-WA and I guarantee you will exceed your potential, and be the best you can be. How can I say this? Easy! My reputation is on the line. As a former US National Team member, I bring a wealth of experience to the sport of Wrestling which I aim to share.
AT DM-WA you will learn all the techniques, both physical and mental that made me an All-American NCAA Division I Champ. I absolutely refuse to let the wrestler fail. My teaching methods bring out the students best. Our wrestlers never get away with doing a move, technique, or drill incorrectly just to keep the workout moving. Remember... I care about the individual getting better. At DM-WA NO mistake on the mat goes uncorrected.
DM-WA class sizes are kept small by design, offering indivialized attention.
I am also available for private sessions.
In 1994, Dean concluded his outstanding career by becoming the second West Virginia wrestler to win an NCAA title. Morrison defeated Wyoming's Reese Andy in Chapel Hill, N.C., to claim national supremacy and lead the Mountaineers to a 14th-place team finish.
In 1994 Dean was named a collegiate All-American. During his career, Morrison became the first wrestler in school history to win three Eastern Wrestling League titles (1992-94) and just the fourth to win more than 100 career matches (103). Named the 1994 EWL Wrestler of the Year, Morrison competed in the prestigious National Wrestling Coaches Association All-Star Classic in Pittsburgh. Morrison's 33 wins in 1994 also tied him with Dominic Black for the most wins by a Mountaineer 177-pounder in a season.
Gold Medal Winner 97 KG
Three Time Eastern Wrestling Conference Champion.
First place 191 lb