Ron Beaschler
Ron Beaschler
Title: Head Wrestling Coach
Phone: 419-772-2453
Email: r-beaschler@onu.edu

Ron Beaschler is in his 32nd season as head wrestling coach at Ohio Northern after taking over the reins during the 1988-89 campaign. Beaschler had previously served as an assistant from 1986-88.

Beaschler is also an assistant professor in the Human Performance and Sport Sciences department and coordinates the sport management program at Ohio Northern.

In his 31 seasons, the ONU wrestling program has posted a 324-233-4 overall record and an 83-33 conference mark, making him the all-time winningest coach in program history. He is also the longest-tenured head wrestling coach at Ohio Northern.

During his coaching career, Beaschler has coached five national champions, two national runners-up, 30 All-Americans, 58 Scholar All-Americans, and 13 Scholar All-American Teams.

He was inducted into the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) Hall of Fame in 2008.

He has been named OAC Coach of the Year in 1993, 2012, and 2013.

Beaschler has served as the NCAA wrestling secretary rules editor and has served as the Weight Management Program liaison to the NCAA Wrestling Committee.

He also served as chair of the Division III NCAA Wrestling committee for two years, the president of the National Wrestling Coaches Association, which represents all collegiate and scholastic wrestling in the United States, and the Division III representative on the NWCA executive board of directors.

Beaschler graduated from Ohio Northern in 1986 with bachelor's degrees in management and sport management. He received his master's degree in education from Bowling Green State University in 1988.

Ron resides in Ada with his wife Christy, an ONU alumni ('87) and 2001 inductee into the Ohio Northern Athletic Hall of Fame. They have three sons, John, an ONU alumni ('14), Christopher (U. of Dayton, '16) and Zachary.

Wrestling under Beaschler

Year Record Pct. OAC Pct. OAC Tournament
2018-19 6-9 .400 1-5 / 6th .167
2017-18 9-10 .474 3-3 / 4th .500
2016-17 11-4 .733 4-2 / 3rd .667
2015-16 11-10 .524 1-4 / 5th .200
2014-15 15-5 .750 3-2 / 3rd .600
2013-14 9-9 .500 1-4 / 5th .200
2012-13 16-4 .800 4-1 / Tri-Champs .800
2011-12 12-4 .750 5-0 / Champs 1.000 Runner Up
2010-11 13-3 .813 5-1 / 2nd .833 3rd
2009-10 16-10 .615 6-0 / Champs 1.000 3rd
2008-09 12-11 .522 5-1 / 2nd .833 4th
2007-08 11-8 .579 5-1 / 2nd .833 3rd
2006-07 10-12 .455 3-3 / 4th .500 4th
2005-06 10-8 .556 5-1 / 2nd .833 3rd
2004-05 12-4 .750 6-0 / Champs 1.000 Runner Up
2003-04 6-8 .429 5-1 / Co-Champs .833 7th
2002-03 6-12 .333 4-2 / 3rd .667 5th
2001-02 11-7 .611 4-2 / 3rd .667 Runner Up
2000-01 17-4 .810 7-0 / Champs 1.000 Champions
1999-00 9-5 .643 6-0 / Champs 1.000 Runner Up
1998-99 4-13 .235    
1997-98 3-13 .188    
1996-97 7-12 .368    
1995-96 13-10 .565   Runner Up
1994-95 12-9 .571   Runner Up
1993-94 10-7-1 .583   Runner Up
1992-93 13-3 .813   Runner Up
1991-92 9-6 .600    
1990-91 14-4-2 .688    
1989-90 12-6 .667    
1988-89 9-3-1 .731   Runner Up
31-Year Totals 324-233-4 .581 83-33 .716