Domenick Iammarino




Domenick A. Iammarino graduated from Collinwood High School in 1958.

Iammarino was a wrestler at Collinwood and went on to become co-captain of the 1961-1962 Wrestling Team at Kent State University where he attended college.

Iammarino started the Wrestling Program at Beachwood High School in 1965 and had his first State Qualifier and Placer in 1971. One year later, he had his first State Champion. In the next 14 years, Iammarino trained and coached numerous State Champions, State Qualifiers and State Placers.

From 1975 through 1981, the Beachwood Wrestling Team never placed lower than 6th as a team in the State Tournament. During this time, Beachwood and Coach Iammarino produced 6 more State Champion Wrestlers.

In 1985, Iammarino coached for 1 year at John Carroll University.

 In 1986, Iammarino became Head Wrestling Coach at Brush High School. He lead and coached his students to winning several team Championships with a number of State Qualifiers and State Placers.

In 1992, Iammarino coached for 1 year at Orange High School.

In 1993, Iammarino returned to Beachwood High school where he coached and trained 12 State Champions, many State Qualifiers, State Placers and numerous All Ohio Placers.

Iammarino was named “Greater Cleveland Coach of the Year” in 1976 and again in 1980. In 1978, he was also named “Ohio’s Coach of the Year”.

In 1992, Iammarino was inducted into the Ohio Wrestling Hall of Fame.

Coach Iammarino was extremely successful in his over 45 year career in the sport of Wrestling and is known and respected as the “Greatest Coach in Beachwood’s History”.

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