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Camps. Clinics. Private Lessons. MMA.



Coach Sioredas has been a featured clinician and has conducted training camps across the country including The Martin’s Granby School of Wrestling, Terry Brands’ Wrestle the World Training Camps, University of Missouri Wrestling Camps, Old Dominion University Wrestling Camps, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Wrestling Camps, and Workhorse Wrestling Camps. He has also been featured at the NHSCA High School Nationals, United States Southeast Regional Training Center, Oklahoma Coaches Clinic, and Team Michigan Fargo Training Camp. He has held private training camps at several state championship high school programs across the United States and continues to train some of the nation’s best student-athletes.

Coach Sioredas’ unique style has been influenced by wrestling under some of the country’s the best coaches. It has allowed him to understand the fundamentals of the sport and what it takes to reach the next level. Jon’s extensive knowledge of the Granby system combined with the intensity and fundamentals learned while training under Coach Brands allows him to bring a unique perspective to the sport.


Coach Sioredas finishes his 6th and final year at Old Dominion University. He has been instrumental in the success of the new era of Monarch wrestling, helping crown four All-Americans in the past five years, including a NCAA National Finalist. The Blue and Silver have been also been ranked in the Top 25 dual meet rankings in four of the past five years. His team also did extremely well academically. They earned 11 Academic All-American awards during his time and finished the 2011 academic year ranked Top 5 in the country for team GPA. Coach Sioredas also played a key role in going 6 for 6 in Top 20 ranked recruiting classes, with 3 ranked in the top 10.


2011 - 2012  Assistant Coach - OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY

  - Team Ranked 24th in Final USA Today/InterMat/NWCA Coaches Poll

  - 1 Academic All-American

  - 7 NCAA Qualifiers - New School Record

  - Recruiting class ranked 14th By WIN Magazine

2010 - 2011  Assistant Coach - OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY

  - Team ranked 5th in the country for Team GPA

  - James Nicholson - 2X NCAA All-American

  - 2 Academic All-Americans

  - 3 NCAA Qualifiers

  - Justin LaValle - Gold Medal in Freestyle at Junior Pan-American Championship in Sao Paulo, Brazil

  - Recruiting class ranked 7th By WIN Magazine 

2009 - 2010  Assistant Coach - OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY

  - Team Ranked as high as 22nd by USA Today/InterMat/NWCA Coaches Poll

  - Chris Brown - NCAA All-American

  - 1 Academic All-American

  - 3 NCAA Qualifiers

  - Regular season CAA Champions

  - Recruiting class ranked 16th By InterMat

2008 - 2009  Assistant Coach - OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY

  - Team Ranked 16th in Final USA Today/InterMat/NWCA Coaches Poll

  - Ryan Williams - NCAA National Finalist

  - Jesse Strawn – NCAA Round of 12

  - 3 Academic All-Americans

  - Top 20 Finish at NCAA Tournament

  - 6 NCAA Qualifiers

  - Regular season CAA Champions

  - Recruiting class ranked 6th By W.I.N. Magazine

2007 - 2008  Assistant Coach - OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY

  - Team Ranked 19th in Final USA Today/InterMat/NWCA Coaches Poll

  - James Nicholson - NCAA All-American

  - Chris Brown Tops Defending National Champ

  - 3 Academic All-Americans – Only one of 11 programs in the nation with three or more

  - 6 NCAA Qualifiers

  - Recruiting Class Ranked 9th By W.I.N. Magazine

2006 - 2007  Volunteer Assistant Coach - OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY

  - Team Receiving Votes in USA Today/InterMat/NWCA Coaches Poll

  - Christian Staylor – NCAA Round of 12

  - Ryan Williams – Academic All-American

  - 3 NCAA Qualifiers

  - James Nicholson - Alternate for the FILA Junior World Team in China

  - Recruiting Class Ranked 16th in the Nation by InterMat


While working on his graduate degree, Jon worked as an Account Executive at a business communications company in Virginia Beach, VA. His primarily focus was on corporate sales. He was also a part-time graduate assistant coach at Old Dominion University.


Sioredas is no stranger to success. After spending three years at the University

of Missouri, Sioredas transferred to wrestle for NCAA and World Champion Terry

Brands at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. With only two years under

the helm of Coach Brands, 2003-2005, Sioredas moved from a Top 20 athlete to

being ranked second in the country.

Sioredas was's national wrestler of the week for defeating Oklahoma

State's national champion Johny Hendricks. Sioredas was a two-time conference

champion, wrestler of the year, and outstanding wrestler. He finished his senior

season with All-American status by taking 5th place at 165 pounds helping UTC

to a 21st place finish at the 2005 NCAA Division I Tournament. He also excelled in

the class room, being named to the National Deans List. In 2012, Sioredas was

inducted into the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Hall of Fame.

A 2000 Great Bridge High School graduate, Sioredas was part of the #1 ranked

public school team in the country. Individually, he was a Virginia State Champion,

All-American and National Champion. He amassed a 181-13 career record,

becoming the fourth winningest wrestler in Virginia High School history.


Masters of Business Administration - Nova Southeastern University, 2009

Bachelors of Science in Sociology and Anthropology - University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 2005


Jon resides in Chattanooga, TN with his wife, Michele, their 1 year old son, Braden, and their two dogs, Chopper and Delilah.

Jon Sioredas

NCAA All-American

UTC Athletics Hall of Fame

Assistant Wrestling Coach

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga - 1st Year

Former Assistant Wrestling Coach

Old Dominion University - 6 Years

Former Head Clinician

Granby School of Wrestling - 15th Years

Vice President of Operations 

Workhorse Wrestling Camps - 7th Year


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