Tiffin Calvert began its wrestling program prior to the 1964-65 school year under the direction of Coach Paul Miletti, better known as "Clutch." In their inaugural season, the team finished with a 2-4 record. Coach Miletti continued with the program for the next thirteen years, finishing his career coaching record at 55-65-2. From 1977-80, the program was led by Coach Roger Kirkhart. Coach Robert Daniel led the programs for two seasons (1980-82), going 8-19 during his time as coach, before Kirkhart later came back for a second time to coach the 1982-1983 team. Kirkhart would end with a career record of 22-23.
The 1983-84 season welcomed new Coach Kevin Wise, who would lead the program for 5 seasons (1983-88), before stepping down. Coach Mike Kaucher followed from 1989-95, maintaining an overall record of 17-34. For the next several years, coaches would step in and resign after the season was over. It was not until 2001 that Calvert had found a coach who they could stick with for the next few years, that being Coach Matt Coleman.
Coach Coleman proved in his high school years that he truly understands the sport of wrestling, as he was a state qualifier himself. In 2004, the team had multiple state qualifiers for the first time in Calvert wrestling history. That was when many realized success for Calvert Wrestling had finally arrived. In Coleman's fifth and final season as head coach, the team finished 19-0 in dual meets, and had eleven district qualifiers as well as two state qualifiers. Coleman resigned after that record breaking season, passing the job over to Mike Steyer. Coleman's career coaching record ended at 41-10.
As the "changing of the guards" took place, the wrestling program maintained its success. In Coach Steyer's first season, he took the team to it's first-ever league and sectional titles. The following season, Steyer's Senecas picked up with the same competitiveness as they did the year before, as Calvert won the MAL and sectional titles again during the 2007-08 season. During that year, Steyer coached the team to a 21-10 record, which is the most wins in a season in Calvert Wrestling history. The following year, the Seneca mat men earned their 3rd straight MAL/Sectional titles.
Following the 2008-09 season, Coach Steyer stepped down after achieving a career record of 43-21. Prior to the 2009-10 seaon, Shane Kokensparger took over the program, and led the team to a 18-10 record. The following year, Keven Rinaman took over the head coaching job, leading the program through the 2012-13 season. In 2013-14, coach Travis Salyer was hired as head coach, and led the program for one season before resigning. Prior to the 2014-15 season, Brian Hunt took over as the head coach, and leads the program currently.