Marcos Garcia Costas
Bronx, New York until 2 years old, then Willingboro, New Jersey.
John F. Kennedy High School 1988.
Southern Connecticut State 1993 University B.A.
Father: Robert John Garcia
Mother: Doris Maria Costas Garcia
Brother: Mitchell Garcia 39
Sister: Michelle Garcia Kisner 38.
Head Wrestling Coach at Bishop Eustace Prep. 1994-1996. Assistant Wrestling Coach at San Clemente High School 1996-present.
The Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel 1996-2001, Ti Amo Ristorante, Laguna Beach 2001-2004, Culinary Adventures Incorporated 2004-present.
Traveling, Running, Reading, Working-Out, Trying new restaurants.
Nice people, good parents, people who enjoy life and have passions, being true to my words, good conversation.
Over-coaching, people who take the fun out of things, control freaks, complainers, people who take themselves too seriously, people who smoke or do drugs, close talkers.
Best-Line in San Clemente Wrestling History:
“You were consistent” by Mark Calentino to the referee of our dual vs. Dana Hills, when he asked Cal if he blew calls and had an off night refereeing.
Best San Clemente Wrestling Memory:
Winning the C.I.F. title for John Owens
What I Would Miss the Most:
Calentino punching me in my right ear.
How Would I Describe my Life:
An empty canvas, that I get to paint a new picture on everyday. I guess I’m lucky I smile a lot.
Favorite Moves to Teach at Wrestling:
Outside single-leg, two-on-one tilt series from top.
- Two year varsity captain 1987-1988 John F. Kennedy High School.
- Two time district placer/regional qualifier.
- Voted “Most Dedicated” 1987, “Most Wins 1988.
- Three year varsity starter Southern Connecticut State University. 1996 Mid-Atlantic AAU Champion 142lbs.
- Youngest Head Coach in South Jersey 1994 (24years old).
- Participated in U.S. Nationals 2004 Western Olympic Qualifier 163.1lbs.
Person I Own daily:
Nice!!!, Papa, Come Git Sum, You want a shot at the title?, Who’s Gonna Stop You?