Howard Seay

After a successful college wrestling career,Howard Seay turned his attention to officiating, spending 21 years behind the whistle.Seay officiated 19 high school regional tournaments, 17 state high school tournaments, four junior college regional tournaments, and one NCAA Division II national dual tournament. After retiring from officiating in 2007, he coached the Jenks Youth Wrestling Club, serving as its president in 2012-2013. Seay was a high school state runner-up and All-State wrestler in 1981 for Sapulpa High School. He attended Northeastern Oklahoma A&M where he earned All-America honors in 1983. His success continued at the University of Central Oklahoma (then Central State University) where he wasa two-time NAIA All-American and helped lead his team to national championships in 1985 and 1986.Seay compiled an overall collegiate record of 119-26.


Lifetime Service to Wrestling

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