After 29 years and 12 state championships, Mater Dei head wrestling coach Mike Goebel has decided to walk away from the mats. Goebel announced his resignation on Saturday, August 11th. Goebels resume is loaded with awards and achievements. The 12 state titles are the most in Indiana history, with the 12th coming last season. His career dual meet record is 533-14-2, which at 97.4 percent, is the highest winning percentage in the nation. Goebel never lost a dual meet to a City or SIAC opponent. Mater Dei has established or is currently holding 24 IHSAA records. Goebel produced 22 individual state champions to go along with his 12 team titles. Mater Dei has won 22 semi-state championships, 29-straight regional and sectional titles and 27 SIAC crowns under Goebels guidance. Hes an eight-time "Indiana Coach of the Year" and a two-time "National Coach of the Year." Goebel says this decision doesnt affect his status as the Wildcats head football coach. He says he has no immediate plans to leave the sidelines. 1998 grad, Greg Schaefer succeeds his former coach. Schaefer was a two-time state champion for Mater Dei in 1995 and 1998. He also led the Wildcats to four team state titles. Schaefer has been an assistant coach at Beech Grove High School for the past four years. Joe Mayer enters his third-year as an assistant coach at Mater Dei. Goebel told FOX 7 Sports that hes confident the program is in excellent hands.