Quentin, originally an east bay native, enjoyed a great first year with the CA RTC where he earned bronze at the Bill Farrell, had a strong showing at the US Open and most recently won his folkstyle bout on the Stalemates card in Iowa.
Perez joins us after a successful collegiate career at Campbell University where he was an honorable mention NWCA All-American, 3x NCAA qualifier and 2x SoCon tournament champion.
Ryan joins us after a successful collegiate career at Northwestern University, where he was a 2021-2022 NCAA National Champ and 4x All American and 3x Big Ten winner during his career.
Ryan joins us as both an RTC athlete and assistant coach for Stanford University.
Gabe kicked off the year with an intensive 10 day training camp at the OTC, followed by earning a win over Azerbaijan at the strong UWW Dan Kolov memorial tournament in Bulgaria. In April, Gabe earned 7th at the US Open in Freestyle and qualified for the World Team Trials.
Townsell attended Stanford University from 2016-2020, where he was a 3x NCAA Qualifier, Junior World alternate, U23 World Team Member, Junior Pan-Am Silver Medalist, and Academic All-American (2016-19).
Originally recruited as just an RTC athlete, Grant has stepped up in a huge way and has become an integral part of the Stanford Wrestling coaching staff.
Grant wrestled at Missouri where he was an All American and conference champion. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Health and an MBA.
Ty joins the CA RTC as a 2x Greco Roman All American and top 6 finisher at the 2022 World Team Trials.
In addition to training, Ty will coach with Menlo college. Originally from Greater Latrobe high school in Greensburg, PA, Ty wrestled for Pitt in college.
This year, Danny placed 3rd at the ADCC North America BJJ Trials.
Originally from the Bay Area, Danny graduated from the University of North Carolina where he was an ACC Finalist and two-time NCAA Championships qualifier at 197 pounds, finishing one match short of All-American status in 2017.