Frank Beasley

Head Wrestling Coach

George Mason University

Head coach at George Mason University since 2015.  In 2018-19, Beasley guided the Patriots to their best season in 11 years, finishing the season with an overall record of 9-7, including a mark of 3-3 against Eastern Wrestling League opponents.  Mason finished the season with a winning dual record for the first time since the 2007-08 season.  Under Beasley in 2017-18, the Patriots had three wrestlers qualify for the the 2018 NCAA Championships, the most by the program in 17 years.  Tejon Anthony, Ibrahim Bunduka and Matthew Voss each qualified the the NCAA Championships held at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.  Prior to Mason, Beasley spent five seasons as a member of the North Carolina State coaching staff, including two as the associate head coach.  He helped lead the Wolfpack to four straight top-20 finishes at the NCAA Championships, the longest such stretch in school history.  In that span, Beasley coached two NCAA Champions, seven All-Americans, seven individual Atlantic Coast Conference Champions (ACC) and 31 NCAA Qualifiers, including 18 in the past two years.  NC State sent a school-record 10 NCAA Qualifiers to the 2017 NCAA Championships.  Prior to NC State, Beasley gained coaching experience with three collegiate programs.  As head assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Binghamton for one season, Beasley helped the squad to a 14th place finish at the 2012 NCAA Championships.  Five wrestlers qualified for the national championships and all five finished in the top sixteen, with two All-Americans.  He was the head assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the University at Buffalo, helping steer that program to its finest three-year span in team history.  The Bulls sent 14 wrestlers to the NCAA Championship over Beasley’s tenure and crowned five individual conference champions.

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