15 All-Americans

44 Academic All-Americans

21 NCAA Tournament Appearances

John Boyle - 2019 NCAA Champion

Justin Signorelli
Justin Signorelli
Title: Graduate Assistant
Previous College: SUNY Cortland '13

Justin Signorelli enters his first season with the Western New England University wrestling program as Graduate Assistant coach in 2018-19. Signorelli spent the past two years as the head wrestling coach at SUNY Ulster Community College. Along with his coaching duties at Ulster he also served as Assistant Athletic Director within the Ulster Athletic Department and was an Adjunct Professor working in the Physical Education Department.

While at Ulster, Signorelli was tasked with resurrecting and building the wrestling program that had not been active since 1979. During his two seasons Signorelli coached an Academic All-American, led 14 wrestlers to All-District honors including a North East District individual champion, and he qualified seven wrestlers to compete at the NJCAA National Championship Tournament. Signorelli previously was an assistant wrestling coach at Highland High School for three years, leading Highland to its first team sectional title during his tenure. 

Prior to coaching, Justin was a collegiate wrestler and four-year letter winner at NCAA DIII SUNY Cortland, serving two of those seasons as team captain. In 2013 he helped lead his team to a 4th place finish at the NWCA DIII National Duals. His Red Dragon teams were consistently ranked in the top 10 in the country and he placed in many tournaments including winning the Jamestown Open. In 2013 he graduated from SUNY Cortland earning his Bachelors of Arts degree in Communications. 

Justin attended Highland High School where he competed in football, wrestling, and lacrosse. He was a captain on Highland's varsity football Section 9 Class B Championship team in 2008. On the mat he was a four-year varsity team captain and was a three-time Section 9 D2 Champion, 3 time MHAL Champion and he won over 85% of his varsity matches in his 4 seasons en route to becoming the first member of Highland's 100-win club. He graduated with honors in 2009.