Jeremy Bommarito joined the Coker staff as the assistant wrestling coach in August 2013.
In his first year assisting the Cobras, he helped guide the team to a record of 10-7 in dual matches and had five wrestlers win at least 15 matches and three win 20 or more. Junior Charlie Huff became the first Cobra wrestler to advance to the NCAA DII National Championship. He was also named Coker's C.G. Timberlake Athlete of the Year.
Bommarito came to Coker after successful wrestling career at Limestone College and North Idaho College. At Limestone Jeremy was a 2012 All-American, while at North Idaho he was a two-time NJCAA Regional Champion and National Qualifier. He was the NJCAA National Runner-up in 2011.
A native of Fenton, Michigan, Bommarito was a back-to-back MHSAA State Champion who posted a combined 123-5 record his last two years at Hartland High School.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Limestone College.