Bryan Stout







4-Time NCAA Division 1 All-American  -  Clarion University



At a school that has produced an Olympic gold medalist (Kurt Angle), eight national champions, and 43 All-Americans,  only one wrestler in Clarion University wrestling history has earned Division 1 All-American honors on four occasions, Bryan Stout.

In addition to his All-American honors, Stout compiled 110 career victories for the Golden Eagles and was also a two-time Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference champion and a two-time Eastern Wrestling League Champion.  He was also named EWL Freshman of the Year in 1994.  In honor of his achievements, Stout was inducted into the Clarion University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007 and the EWL Hall of Fame in 2005.

At the high school level Stout, who wrestled at Lacey his freshman and sophomore seasons, had already made a name for himself after his junior year as a state runner-up, and a two time Region 6 and District 24 champion.  But it was his senior year that established him as one of New Jersey's all-time greats.  Stout would cruise to an NJSIAA State Tournament Championship in his senior year, compiling a 32-0 record and not allowing a single earned offensive or defensive point the entire year.

In all at the high school level, Stout registered 117 victories, a state championship, three state medals, three Region 6 titles, and three District 24 titles.  A member of the Region 6 Hall of Fame and Southern Regional Athletics Hall of Fame,  Stout remains involved in the college wrestling scene as an assistant coach at the University of Pittsburgh.












































































































Bryan Stout - 4-Time NCAA All-American - Clarion University -