Phillips accepted the position of Head Wrestling Coach. Coach
Phillips graduated from Upper Iowa University with a Bachelor of
Science in Physical Education and a Masters of Education and
also holds a membership in the National Wrestling Coaches
Ryan comes to LCC from Upper Iowa University where served as the
Head Assistant Wrestling coach for six years. His teamsí
successes include two NSIC (Northern Sun Intercollegiate
Conference) Champion places and two as Runners up; NWCA
(National Wrestling Coaches Association) National Dual places at
3rd, 5th, 7th & 8th and NCAAís (National Collegiate Athletic
Association) places at 3rd, 4th, 6th, 10th & 14th. Ryan also has
camp clinician and counseling experience. His professional
teaching experience includes health and physical education, team
and individual sports.
His personal wrestling honors include NCAA Division II National
Champion at 197 lbs. Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference
Most Valuable Wrestler, Northern Sun First Team All-Conference
Award, NCAA North Regional Champion, Upper Iowa Wrestling Most
Wins Award and Most Valuable Wrestler and several others.
His academic honors include Upper Iowa Deanís List for three
semesters, graduated Bachelorís degree Cum Laude and graduate
degree with 4.0 GPA.
Tyler Mumbulo is
originally from Bainbridge, New York where he was a decorated
prep athlete. He compiled two New York State Championships, as
well as becoming a Fargo All-American in Freestyle and
Greco-Roman. Coach Mumbulo graduated from Upper Iowa University
in Fayette, Iowa with a degree in Psychology. As a Peacock he
earned NCAA All-American honors three times at a 125 pounds
placing second, sixth, and eighth. Mumbulo also was a four-time
NCAA North Regional finalist, winning the championship in 2010.
Coach Mumbulo placed eighth at The Midlands Championships, which
is one of the Nationís most prestigious open tournaments.
As a member of the Upper Iowa Peacocks, Coach Mumbulo was part
of three Northern Sun Intercollegiate Championship teams. At the
NWCA National Wrestling Duals, Upper Iowa University placed
fifth, seventh, and eighth. Finally, Mumbulo was part of the
Upper Iowa team that finished third in the NCAA National
tournament, where he finished as a runner-up, beating the
defending National Champion in the semi-finals.
Tyler also has two boys named Paxton Andrew and Liam Asic.