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johnnyh

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  1. Saturday September 16th at River Point Golf Course in beautiful Hobart IN. George Lilovich who fathered both Joe and Dave Lilovich, both are currently in the Purdue hall of fame for wrestling, was an avid supporter of Purdue and Wrestling. His scholarship is for any individual who wrestled in high school and is pursuing a Major in Engineering at Purdue University. The golf outing or donations will help with the endowment of the scholarship on his behalf. If interested in playing or donating contact : dhinkel@therudis.com
  2. If interested contact the High School ASAP. This position will not be open for long.
  3. Two current positions need to be filled at Boone Grove H.S. One is a math position and the other is a family consumer science. With that would be the Varsity Wrestling Coach position.
  4. 4x Semi State Champs

    Darren Elkins of Portage won it 4 times.
  5. RTC Harrison Lafayette

    Harrison high school. Enter at Door 7. 6-730. Former state champions Quiroga and Farrell will be guests clinicians.
  6. A Group of former PU grads (12) recently and collectively formed a scholarship in memory of George Lilovcih. George just recently passed away, and this is a tribute to him and all he has done for Purdue University. Criteria. Purdue student studying Civil Engineering who wrestled in high school. This has nothing to do with athletics except for the fact that they had to have wrestled in high school. So it has nothing to do with being on the Purdue Wrestling team. I would like to make sure our Indiana wrestlers who are applying to Civil Engineering at Purdue know to include this on their application- that they wrestled in High School – otherwise there is no way for selection committee to know this. As of now but, subject to change Scholarship would follow the recipient through college for four years. Amount per year 2000-2500 a year.
  7. A Group of former PU grads (12) recently and collectively formed a scholarship in memory of George Lilovcih. George just recently passed away, and this is a tribute to him and all he has done for Purdue University. Criteria. Purdue student studying Civil Engineering who wrestled in high school. This has nothing to do with athletics except for the fact that they had to have wrestled in high school. So it has nothing to do with being on the Purdue Wrestling team. I would like to make sure our Indiana wrestlers who are applying to Civil Engineering at Purdue know to include this on their application- that they wrestled in High School – otherwise there is no way for selection committee to know this. As of now but, subject to change Scholarship would follow the recipient through college for four years. Amount per year 2000-2500 a year.
  8. Boiler Elite Golf Outing

    Still a club, still an outing to support wrestling and still a great time.
  9. Boiler Elite Golf Outing

    Will be held at White Hawk Country Club in Crown Point IN, September 13th. 11:00 am shot gun start. Meet the new Purdue Coaching Staff and enter to win cool prizes including Jordan Burroughs gear.
  10. Boiler Up, September 25th high noon, Purdue Wrestling golf outing will take place at SummerTree Golf Course in lovely Crown Point Indiana. Special guest will be current UFC fighter Jon Fitch as the official started to the event. NOTHING but good times and the occasional good golf shot.
  11. Quiroga

    Once again, I cannot help but point out how well the light weights did this year. It goes to show the quality of coaching Purdue has in the room. Congrats to Cashe for his great effort, Congrats to Coach Hinkel and Fleeger for getting him ready. Congrats to Coach Williams of LN, but no love for Coach Weimer.
  12. I know with all the hoopla at 149, other stories seem to pale in comparison. But how about the Boilers finishing 6th at Big 10s when everyone had them picked to be 10th or 11th. It goes to show that Purdue is doing some good things and should continue to improve. Congrats to the Boiler wrestlers and a nice job to Fleeger, Hinkel, Lanham, Erikson and Wissel. Boiler Up.
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