Stan Zeamer

Stan Zeamer
J. Freeland Chryst Award

Stan Zeamer won two PIAA District Three titles and two Southeast Regional championships, wrestling for Manheim Central High School. At Northwest Missouri State College, he won a NCAA College Division 134-pound championship and was named the outstanding wrestler at five tournaments. He was never pinned. His combined scholastic and collegiate wrestling record was 167-27-5.

Upon graduating from Northwest Missouri in 1970, Zeamer was named head wrestling coach at Manheim Central, where he crafted a one-season record of 11-3. The next season, he joined the wrestling staff at Clarion University as an assistant coach. After a season at Clarion, he was named head coach at Franklin & Marshall in 1972. In six seasons as the Diplomats’ head coach, he had a dual meet record of 62-62.

At F&M, Zeamer coached Brian Brown to the EIWA 134-pound title and a fourth-place finish in the NCAA Division I championships. Zeamer also coached at Elizabethtown College.