Ned M Campbell is the head coach of Madison’s Golden Knights, taking over mid-season in January of 2006, and is a USA Wrestling nationally certified coach.
Coach Campbell is a West Point graduate and former U.S. Army Officer, who also teaches history at James Madison High School.
In 2009, Coach Campbell was honored as the High School Coach of the Year by Beat the Streets, a non-profit organization that aims to improve the lives of New York City public school students by giving them the opportunity to wrestle.
Coach Campbell is also a contributing writer for “Can Do” Street, a life style choices site for parents and their children ages 3-7.
Coach Campbell’s stories
Steven Santimauro is the assistant head coach of the James Madison Golden Knights wrestling program, and the head coach of the Girls Freestyle team. Steven is a USA Wrestling nationally certified coach, and also coaches the Cunningham middle school program through Beat the Streets.
Since his graduation from James Madison high school in 2009, Steven has dedicated much of his time to improving the quality of wrestling of both the Golden Knights, as well as New York City. In addition to coaching at James Madison, Steven is a Travel Team coach and camp counselor for Beat-the-Streets.
Steven is a graduate of Brooklyn College, where he is also working towards his Masters degree.
A 2012 graduate of Madison, Griffin was a two year captain of the Golden Knights Wrestling team. He is attending Brooklyn College.
Griffin is also the head coach of the Simon Baruch middle school wrestling team.