Varsity Head Coach
Coach Goff grew up in Fitzgerald, a town small in size but big in sports. He was active in gymnastics, golf, football, wrestling, and baseball.
He began wrestling in the USA KidsState wrestling program, winning several state championships and numerous state places. As a varsity wrestler at Fitzgerald High, Goff was a 3-time area champion, placing 5th as a junior at state and 3rd as a senior at state. Voted Most Versatile, Goff was a tri-athlete and an honor graduate of FHS.
Goff attended Southern Polytechnic State University in Marietta on a 4-year baseball scholarship where he played both infield and outfield positions and set several school records in baseball. He completed a Bachelor's degree in Management and was part of a conference championship baseball team. During the championship season, he led SP in hitting with a .392 batting average, earning the offensive award for the season.
Goff received an MEd in Kinesiology from UGA and a K-12 Health and PE certification in 2005. Coach Goff served two years as the assistant coach under Travis Carr and took over as head coach for the 2010-2011 wrestling season. This same year he led the Hornets to their first Region Dual Championship and a 5th place finish at the 5A State Duals Tournament.
The Roswell Wrestling Team has compiled a 66-18 dual meet record under Coach Goff amassing three Region championships and two State Place Finishes. The 2012-2013 Team took 4th Place at the 6A State Traditional Tournament which ties the program's best finish in its 65 year history.
Varsity Assistant Coach
Coach Longstreth relocated to the Alpharetta, Ga area in July of 2012! He currently works for McGraw-Hill Education- He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Gannon University, and a Master’s Degree in Special Education from University of Central Florida.
Coach Longstreth has taught Elementary, Middle, and High School for over 10 years and was a Program Placement Specialist for two years in Buncombe County, NC. He has been married for 17 years and have three great children, ages 15 Jacob, 13 Lauren, and Haley 5! They also have two foster care boys ages 7 and 5. In his words, "My family and I love our new community and are excited to be here!"
Some of my accomplishments are:
Seabreeze High School - Assistant Coach, Daytona Beach FL
Valley Springs Middle School - Head Coach, Asheville NC
Harbor Creek High School - Assistant Coach, Erie PA
McDowell Middle School - Head Coach, Erie PA
Gannon University Division II Wrestler – 4 years
Meadville Area High School Wrestler – 4 years
Folk style from age 6 to present
Greco-Roman Wrestling Team from 6th -12th grade PA National Team 10-12 grade
Freestyle National Team 6th -12th grade National Team 11
Head JV Coach
Coach Culp was born in Phoenix Arizona, but grew up in various stops along the Southeast, with stops in Florida, North Carolina, and eventually Alpharetta, GA. He played football and wrestled for Chattahoochee High School and was a varsity letterman in football, where he was recognized as a Top 25 player in North Fulton County, and an honorable mention all-area selection.
Coach Culp was awarded a partial football scholarship to Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, KY, where he played from the 1998 through 1999 seasons. He graduated from Clemson University with a BA in Speech and Communications in 2003 and recently completed his second degree from Kennesaw State University, with a BS in History Education.
Coach Culp has been an assistant football coach at Whitefield Academy from 2009 to 2011, and a student assistant at McEachern High School in 2012 prior to arriving at Roswell.
He was the head wrestling coach at Whitefield Academy from 2010 to 2012, and an assistant wrestling coach at McEachern for the 2012 to 2013 seasons. He will be the Head JV Wrestling Coach and help out with the varsity program too.
Coach Esqueda was born and raised in San Diego, California. Growing up he was an avid athlete involved with wrestling, baseball, soccer, and surfing. He attended Whitworth University in Spokane, WA and has a Master’s degree from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA. Coach Esqueda planned to wrestle at the collegiate level, but his aspirations were cut short due to injuries; unable to compete he took to coaching. He was a volunteer coach at Mead high school and subsequently the Assistant Varsity Wrestling coach at North Central high school for two years where he helped lead them to a 3rd place finish at the Washington State Tournament. He was also a competitive amateur bodybuilder and still currently helps train others prepping for competition. He has lived in Georgia for a year and is currently the Director of High School Ministry at Roswell Presbyterian Church. He has been married to his wife, Megan, for almost five years and they are expecting their first child at the beginning of September.