Sorry, I actually figured that the running was mandatory - no offense is meant to you at all, you have to stick with the program to wrestle. Just kind of a soft spot for me because I see so many sports training programs at the university level designed like crap. Also, the retarded resistance to incorporating good training methods in combat-style sports (like wrestling and boxing).
Since the running is going to cause a huge shift in certain fibers towards the aerobic pathway, my advice is to make lifting into two main parts - explosive lifting and so-called GPP.
This is assuming an already pretty good base of strength - what sort of numbers are you putting up?
Reason for explosive lifting - you'll need it to improve your rate of force development and encourage stores of ATP/CP rather than increased mitochondia proliferation (sidenote - if you can get away with half-assing the running, I would). Something to the tune of power snatches for 6 sets of 3 or maybe full squats for 8 x 3 @ 70%.
For the "GPP" style of training (after the initial explosive work), farmer's walks, pushing a car around (outside of the weight room, obviously), flipping a tire if you can find someone who has one nearby, stone lifting, sandbag work (shouldering for sets of 5, something like that), really anything a strongman might do. The idea is to emphasize strength endurance for shorter periods of time, say, 30 seconds of work per set. Also, do a ton of rotational core work. Very important to emphasize this style of ab work - I like russian twists and woodchoppers.
If you can't find a way to use non-barbell type stuff, complexes such as The Bear (a search on this site will pop it up) or something like the Tabata method will do as a substitute.
Hope this helps -