Tim Morrison

Rider College

Tim Morrison is another one of the great wrestlers produced in the prestigious Reynolds High program who went on to an outstanding college career.

A member of the Class of 1978 at Reynolds, he was a two-time Section champion, District runner-up and PIAA state runner-up at 138 pounds.

He matriculated to Messiah College after graduation and in 1979 he was the NCCAA National Champion at 167 pounds and placed fifth at NAIA Nationals.

He transferred to Rider University where he was a three-time East Coast Conference champion and three-time NCAA National Tournament qualifier.

In 1983, he was an All-American after 5th place at 190 pounds at the Division I National Tournament.

He still holds the Rider dual-meet fall record at Rider and the best overall Rider career winning percentage record with an 89-9-1 mark. He was inducted into the Rider University Hall of Fame in 1993.

His overall collegiate career was 121-12-1.

Tim coached the youth mat program at Cumberland Valley School District for 6 years then took over the Cedar Cliff Youth program for 3 years and served as freshman coach at Cedar Cliff for 2 years.

He also took great pride in the wrestling accomplishments of his three sons, who all posted more than 100 high school victories and had later success beyond the scholastic level.