Distinguished Member honorees
Currently the associate head coach at Oklahoma State, Guerrero was a three-time NCAA champion and four-time All-American for the Cowboys (1996-99). He complied 117-13 overall record as a four-year star for OSU.
Internationally, the San Jose, Calif., native was a member of the United States World Team for five consecutive years and was a 2004 Olympian.
Lahr was a three-time NCAA finalist and two-time champion at the University of Colorado (1962-64).
He was named Outstanding Wrestler at the 1964 NCAA Tournament, where he won his second consecutive national title. His collegiate record was 58-4, and he also won National AAU Freestyle Championships in 1962 and 1966.
The three-time All-American and two-time national champion at Oklahoma posted a career record of 42-6.
Martin, a Tulsa Central product, was named Outstanding Wrestler after winning his second consecutive title at the 1963 NCAA Tournament. He and his father, Wayne, are still the only father and son to win the Outstanding Wrestler award at the NCAA Tournament.
Martin is also a longtime high school and college wrestling coach whose career has included stops at Del City, Capitol Hill and South Dakota State.
Now heading into his seventh season as the head coach at Maryland, McCoy was a two-time NCAA champion at Penn State in 1994 and 1997.
His 150 career wins ranks second in PSU history. He was a two-time Olympian for the United States, finishing fifth in 2000 and seventh in 2004.
Hall of Outstanding Americans: Jim Jordan
Congressman Jim Jordan has represented Ohio’s 4th congressional district since 2007.
The Champaign County, Ohio native was a four-time state champion at Graham High School (1979-82) and went on to become a three-time All-American at Wisconsin, winning back-to-back NCAA titles in 1985-86.
Hall of Outstanding Americans: Colin Kilrain
Rear Admiral Colin Kilrain earned All-American honors three times at Lehigh (1980-82) with a career record of 87-8.
Kilrain currently serves as the assistant commanding officer at Joint Special Operations Command in Fort Bragg, N.C., and is a career Naval Special Warfare SEAL officer with multiple Joint Special Operation duty assignments.
Order of Merit: Tim Johnson
Johnson has broadcast more than 300 college wrestling competitions over the past 30 years for ESPN, Big Ten Network, Iowa Public Television, and the past 10 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships.
A native of Mount Vernon, Iowa, Johnson served as the Director of Wrestling for the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles.
Medal of Courage: Tom Norris
Norris was twice an ACC champion in 1965 and 1966 at Maryland. He became a Navy SEAL upon graduating and earned a Medal of Honor during a 1972 rescue mission in North Vietnam.
Less than a year after receiving the nation’s highest military honor, Norris was shot in the face during battle. His rescue by Michael Thornton, also a SEAL, marked the first time in 100 years a Medal of Honor recipient had saved the life of another. In 1979, Norris became an FBI agent and served for 20 years.
Lifetime Achievement for an Official: Jerry Kuntz
Kuntz has served as an official for 23 years, and worked championships in the Olympic styles at every age level of competition.
The Yukon native and Central Oklahoma alum has served as head official at the USA Wrestling Junior Duals eight times. He has officiated the Oklahoma state tournament 15 times, and his international career includes officiating the USA World Team Trials, Commonwealth Games, World Military Championships, and Junior World Championships.
Dave Schultz High School Excellence Recipient: Chance Marsteller
A four-time Pennsylvania state champion, the Oklahoma State signee is widely considered one of the top recruits in the 2014 class.
He posted a 166-0 career record for Kennard-Dale (Fawn Grove, Pa.) while becoming just the 11th four-time champion in Pennsylvania history.
Tricia Saunders High School Excellence Recipient: Marina Doi
Doi won California state titles in 2012 and 2014, and is a four-time USA Wrestling Triple Crown winner.
She is the first recipient of the award, given to the outstanding female senior in states with a female high school wrestling championship. Doi will attend King University in Bristol, Tenn.