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Varsity Wrestling

The Haverford School varsity wrestling


The foundation of the Haverford School wrestling team rests on four major principles.

Firstly, we as Haverford wrestlers, are a family. This includes students at all levels, parents, siblings, and alumni.

Secondly, we seek to build wrestling skills and competency to compete at the highest levels and to reach our potential within the sport.

Thirdly, we will learn character and life skills that transcend the room and act as guides for us beyond the walls of this institution. We will do right by ourselves, our families, and our communities.

Lastly, we are student athletes, and we will embrace this role with dignity and humility.

Meet the Coach

Jesse Sataloff Wrestling coachHead Coach: Jesse Sataloff

Coach Sataloff wrestled scholastically at McDonogh School and then attended Washington and Lee University where he was a three-year captain, earning the Freshman of the Year Award in 2005 and the Outstanding Wrestler Award in 2005 and 2007. Prior to joining The Haverford School as an assistant wrestling and football coach in 2015, he coached at Norfolk Academy and Hyde School as an assistant wrestling coach. While at Hyde School, he also served as the head lacrosse Coach for 4 years leading them to their first league championship in 10 years.

Sataloff is also an Upper School English teacher at Haverford.

Team News


By Bruce Adams,

The junior finished fourth at the PAISAA State Wrestling Tournament last winter, qualifying for Nationals, and is off to a 4-1 start this season, including a second-place finish at 285 pounds at the Pope John Paul Invitational and a hard-earned victory against Glen Mills in the Fords’ home opener.  A three-sport athlete (football, wrestling, track), Adubofour  is co-president of the school’s Black Student Union and co-president of Haverford School’s Service Board; played Kiil in Enemy of the People in the school’s fall play; sings tenor/baritone in the Glee Club; and is a member of the student diversity leadership team. He would like to become a neurosurgeon. Read the story >

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Name Class
Kwaku Adubofour 2020
James Aschkenasy 2021
Finn Bonner 2022
Vincent Corradetti 2019
Michael Gavin 2021
Ben Hokenson 2020
Sawyer Hoyt 2020
Fred Mehra 2022
Brooks Nemo 2022
Max Rosenberger 2022
Ian Rush 2022
Neetish Sharma 2019
Ryan Shepherd 2019
Ben Trucksess 2021



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The Haverford School wrestling team