Jasen Borshoff Returns to Binghamton Staff
December 16, 2017


VESTAL, N.Y. - Former seven-year assistant coach Jasen Borshoff is returning to Binghamton wrestling, the department announced on Friday. Borshoff has been named interim associate head coach under his brother Kyle Borshoff, who was promoted to acting head coach on Wednesday.

Borshoff returns to Binghamton after spending the last five months as associate coach at RIT.

Jasen's reputation and familiarity with the Bearcats' program spans seven years. He coached two NCAA All-Americans, nine NWCA Academic All-Americans and 21 NCAA qualifiers in his previous tenure at Binghamton. He helped BU achieve its highest NCAA Division I finish when the 2011-12 Bearcats placed 14th at the NCAA Championship. He also served as the tournament director of the Jonathan Kaloust Bearcat Open, one of the largest and most successful multi-division wrestling tournaments in the country.

In addition, Borshoff was director of the Bearcat Wrestling Club for youth and high school wrestlers. His club members produced 11 state titles and eight high school All-America honors.

As a student-athlete at American University, Borshoff was a four-time EIWA placewinner, NCAA qualifier and two-time Academic All-American. He was a six-time Dean's List recipient who helped the Eagles achieve the highest wrestling GPA in the nation two times.

He received his bachelor's degree in health promotion from American in 2008 and went on to earn his master's degree from American in 2010.

Jasen and Kyle are the sons of Binghamton Hall of Fame wrestler Tim Borshoff '76.