JACK CUVO, East Stroudsburg ‘89 was ESU’s first-ever Division 1 NCAA champion in any sport and is one of four EIWA wrestler in the last 30 years to win two national titles, which he won in 1988 and ‘89. He also placed fifth in 1987, and was a three-time EIWA champion at 118. Jack’s career record was 164-7 —the most EIWA wins in history. He was 73-0 in duals; as senior (45-0) he had 25 tech falls and 40 bonus wins. Cuvo’s 89-bout winning streak is tied for 4th all-time in NCAA history.
Jack won gold in the Pan-Am Games in 1986. Cuvo was 139-2 in high school, owning a national 848 takedowns. Also a High School All-American in cross-country and track, he set a national record for 18-yr olds at 10,000 meters. At ESU, he was a 2-time Division II All-American in cross-country. He owns several small businesses and a wrestling school--and he and wife, Jennifer, are residents of Jack’s native Easton, PA.