Joey Bareng enters his second season as Associate Head Coach of the Menlo College Women’s wrestling program in 2014. A native of Honolulu, Hawaii, Bareng has a combined 13 years of personal training and coaching experience. Most recently, he has spent the last five years as the Riordan High School (San Francisco) strength and conditioning coach and head freshman wrestling coach. Concurrently, Bareng has worked as the program manager for Health Fitness (Club Genentech) since 2011.
As a wrestler, Bareng was a four year standout at NCAA DII San Francisco State University from 2000-2004. During that span he was a RMAC West Regional Champion in 2003 and an NCAA All-American in 2004. In addition to his time at SFSU, Bareng also garnered national titles as a Grappling National Pan American Champion, a Grappling World Champion and is a power lifting national record holder.
He holds multiple certifications including Viper, Club Bell, Buddy Lee’s Jump Rope Specialty Certificate and an AFAA certified Personal Trainer.
Marcus Randolph enters his third season as assistant women's wrestling coach of his alma mater, Menlo College. Last season, Randolph helped the Oaks to a seventh place team finish nationally, their highest ever. Prior to coaching the Oaks, Randolph spent four years (07-11) coaching at James Logan High School in Union City, helping lead the program to three North Coast Section finals appearances. As junior varsity head coach at James Logan, Randolph compiled a 30-4 record in his four seasons at the helm. Aside from his coaching duties, Randolph works as a junior high pastor at Abundant Life Christian Fellowship and has served on the Hillcrest Juvenile Hall (San Mateo County) chaplaincy since 2004.
Randolph spent two seasons grappling for Menlo, competing under current Director of Athletics Keith Spataro from 2002-04. He was a two-time NAIA national qualifier, as well as a two-time California Junior College state meet qualifier during his days at Chabot College. Randolph graduated Menlo with a degree in Psychology.
He currently resides in Palo Alto with his wife Kendra, a former UC Davis soccer player and current varsity coach at The King's Academy in Sunnyvale.