Assistant Coach Dave Wilson
Coach Wilson has been an assistant coach for six years running. His knowledge of the wrestling mat goes back to his high school days at the George School in PA, where he wrestled all four years in the 98-122 brackets.
He is currently teaching AP Computer Science and AP Physics and Honors and Regular sections of Conceptual Physics. With our “Physics First” curriculum, Conceptual Physics is a freshman course for most students. Also Faculty Advisor to the Robotics Team.
Prior Mr. Wilson Provided consulting services to businesses, governments, and organizations interested in IT Infrastructure, Strategic Planning, Energy Management, and Resilience. Clients included the New Bedford Wind Energy Center, CIO of Vectrix Corporation, a multinational electric scooter company headquartered in Newport, and AlphaSights, “Knowledge brokers for the information age”.
Dept of MIS, UMass Dartmouth
Have taught a number of undergrad and MBA curriculum courses in Management Information Science. I have also taught two online courses in the Master’s of Sustainability degree program, Energy Management and Survey of Renewable Energy.
The NEW NFHS high school wrestling weight classes are (pounds):
106, 113, 120, 126, 132, 138, 144,
150, 157, 165, 175, 190, 215 and 285.
The OLD high school wrestling weight classes are (pounds):
106, 113, 120, 126, 132, 138, 145,
152, 160, 170, 182, 195, 220 and 285.
“Wrestling came into my life while I was just a freshman at the Abbey. I loved it: the adrenaline, tough work, and most of all, the camaraderie. Being a part of Abbey wrestling and serving as a captain of the team was an honor, and my Abbey career would not have been the same without it.”
I compete in any sport I play, wrestling was my second sport I was top 17 in the nation, it taught me to dig deep and be the best I can, I love lacrosse and will continue to bring it all to the field!
Abbey Wrestling gave me so much…It taught me everything about self-control and discipline, patience and sportsmanship. While it is technically an individual sport, I was never on the mat alone.
A four-year star that played a major role in Portsmouth Abbey winning its second consecutive EIL championship. Henery was ranked in the top 16 in the prep nationals with 3 consecutive All-Conference selections.
With the right blend of energy and determination, you can take your wrestling skills to places you never though possible.
I now play lacrosse at Salve Regina University, as a Middle, I attack the field with the Wrestling Mind set that Coach Mike taught me.
The experience that I had at the Abbey were amazing. I came with minimum skills, but felt nothing like it. Thank you for the fun practices guys!”
I wrestled over my weight and made the best of every match and ended up qualifying for Nationals.