Grant Martsolf began his competitive wrestling career in 2008 when he was in 7th grade. Even though he started at an older age than most, he went on to wrestle at Mishawaka High School for four years. During that time, he competed at both a statewide level and at a national level, the later start into wrestling did not hinder his success due to his natural talent and work ethic.
During his time at Mishawaka High School, Grant went on to capture an individual 1st place at the State Championship, as well as placing 2nd (as an individual) and a 3rd at other State Championships. Grant also became "All-American" at several different national level tournaments and was part of the Indiana National Team. After High School, Grant was signed by Indiana University, a Big10 and Division 1 school.
After his time wrestling for Indiana University, Grant went on to coach wrestling full-time. Grant has assisted multiple High School programs with great success. Northridge High School being the most recent program, where he has been coaching since the fall of 2018.
Grant currently represents Kroyler Gracie Jiu-Jitsu as a competitor and is the Head of the Wrestling Program at Kroyler Gracie Jiu-Jitsu.