Casey Brewster is entering his third season as the head coach of the Sacred Heart wrestling team. Brewster is a graduate of the University of West Virginia and holds a degree in Athletic Coaching Education. As a competitor at West Virginia, Brewster was the runner-up at the 2004 Eastern Wrestling League Tournament at 125 pounds and qualified for the NCAA Championships. He started his collegiate career at Edinboro before transferring to WVU. After his NCAA eligibility had expired, the NAIA granted him one more semester of eligibility. In this semester Brewster went on to realize his dream to be a collegiate All-American, accomplishing this feat in the 133 lb weight class.
While training with the Mountaineers and the Fighting Scotts, Brewster had the opportunity to train with high-caliber mentors including Zeke Jones (Pennsylvania), now US National Freestyle Head Coach, Lou Rosselli (Ohio State) and Craig Turnbull (WVU). While living in Morgantown, Brewster was a member of the Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club and finished his collegiate career with a record of 66-28.
Brewster is a native Californian and wrestled in the Sacramento Wrestling Association from the ages of five to nine. His family later moved to Nashville Tennessee where he was a four time place finisher, multiple state champion, and high school All-American.
Brewster started his collegiate coaching as a graduate assistant coach at his alma mater. He moved on to Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina to accept the assistant coach position. He remained there until he was hired as the assistant coach at Rutgers. From Rutgers Brewster came to Sacred Heart and took over the reigns of the wrestling team as the head coach. Brewster calls his position at Sacred Heart "an honor and a privilige."
Brewster works several Wrestling Camps throughout the country with an emphasis in the eastern states. He also worked as a clinician in California at the camp of his college wrestling coach at WVU, Zeke Jones as well as others.
Casey resides in Bridgeport with his wife Tonia. Together they look forward to building the wrestling program at SHU to highest level of collegiate wrestling.