Coach Hoving is once again our Head Coach. He wrestled for Conant High School where his team took 2nd in State. This is his 18th season as a coach at Barrington with 3 of those previously serving as Head Varsity Coach from 2010-2012. During his tenure as Head Coach, he had an overall record of 48-20 with 2 MSL Conference championships, 3 IHSA Regional championships, 1 IHSA Sectional championship and a 4th place finish at the IHSA Team State Tournament. He has coached 14 MSL Conference champions, 12 IHSA Regional champions, 3 IHSA Sectional champions, 14 IHSA State Qualifiers, and 4 IHSA State place winners. His wife is Katie and his daughters are Julia and Alexa. 

Coach Ryan Horcher has been involved in wrestling his entire life from kids wrestling through high school. He was a four year varsity starter at Dundee Crown High School. He was state place winner taking fourth his senior year after qualifying for state three of four years competing. He finished his career with a 141-25 winning record comprised of 2 sectional titles, three regional titles, and a four time all-area selection.

Wrestling did not end after high school as he continued to work with the high school while playing junior college baseball. In 2009 he began coaching full time as a varsity assistant coach at Dundee Crown High School for three years. Coach Horcher then took the opportunity to be a varsity assistant coach at Johnsburg High School from 2012-2016.

Coach Dunn has coached all levels of wrestling at Barrington High School since 1988, including head coach from 1998-2007. He is the retired Social Studies Department Head at BHS. He is married to Chris with two daughters and four grandchildren.

Ben Calamari wrestled at Barrington High School from 2008 through 2013.  He took 5th in State in 2013.  He had a positive experience and would like to give back to the program.  He is currently taking classes at Harper College for Fire Science and aspires to be a Fire Fighter.

Coach Kuiper wrestled for Barrington High School from 2004-2008. Immediately following graduation, he served in the US Marine Corps, where he was a combat videographer. He completed two tours in Afghanistan and earned the rank of Sergeant. He has admitted that it was his wrestling training that helped make Boot Camp “tolerable.” After his five years of active duty, he stayed in San Diego for a year to start school and complete his personal training certification. He now lives in Crystal Lake and is studying Health Education at McHenry County College. He recently obtained a certificate in Olympic Weight Lifting and is dedicated to learning more about lifting and fitness. He is excited to be able to give back to the program that gave him so much.