The Apprentice School's Director of Athletics, Michael W. Allen, has named Micah Amrozowicz Head Wrestling coach.
A native of Virginia Beach and Kellam High School, the former two-time NCWA All-American spent the last 10 seasons as an assistant coach for the Builders.
Amrozowicz ended one of the best two-year runs in the modern era of Apprentice School wrestling finishing second at 133 pounds in 2007 and put together a two-year record of 84-18. He was also named the Outstanding Wrestler at the 2007 Virginia Duals as the Builders finished second in the American College Division. His freshman season he set what was then the school record for wins in a season as he finished 45-8.
He came to the Builders after two years at Virginia Military Institute where he was 47-29. He took fourth at 133 pounds in the Southern Conference Championships as a sophomore in 2004.
Amrozowicz is a 2009 Advanced graduate of the Apprentice School as a welder. He has worked as a designer, planner and currently serves as a foreman in the welding department. He graduated in 2013 from Old Dominion University with a BS in Occupational Technical Studies as a Training Specialist.
In his ten previous seasons as an assistant coach, Amrozowicz has helped coach over 30 National Collegiate Wrestling Association All-Americans.