Head Wrestling Coach
Jason Bilinski enters his second season at the helm of the Roadrunner wrestling program. His first year as head coach was a good one. His team’s record was perfect, going 13-0 and qualifying 9 out of 10 wrestlers for nationals. The Roadrunners finished the year with one All American in the 149 lb weight class and finishing sixth overall as a team in the NJCAA Division III class.
Bilinski is an alumnus of RCGC, competing for the Roadrunners at 149/157 lbs. twice being a national qualifier as well as a district champion. In 2005, he was ranked number one in the country for most of the year and finished out as an academic All American. After graduating from the Roadrunner program, he went on to continue his competitive career at Dana College in Blair Nebraska in the NAIA Conference. He was a two time Northern Region champion as well as a two time NAIA All American finishing 5th in 2006-07 and 4th in 2007-08. He finished his collegiate career with an outstanding record of 106-34.
He graduated from Dana College with a degree in Health and Physical Education. Before rejoining the Roadrunner wrestling program, he was an assistant coach at perennial powers Delsea Regional and Millville High School. Those programs achieved a 71-15 record while Bilinksi was assistant coach.
Bilinski is currently a fulltime Health and Physical Education teacher at Millville High School and currently resides in Pitman, NJ with his fiancé, Abbie.