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EliteAthleticClub posted a topic in Camps and ClinicsELITE ATHLETIC CLUB NOVEMBER 25th 5pm DREW HUGHES - 2016-17 (Freshman) 29-10 Overall, 10-5 Duals, 19-5 Tournaments (12-1 Open, 7-4 Postseason): Earned MSU’s Outstanding Freshman Award ... became first Spartan freshman to qualify for the NCAA Championships since Sean McMurray in 2011 ... was the No. 15 seed for the NCAA Championships ... sensational freshman season came to an end at the NCAA Wrestling Championships, losing in a 4-2 decision to fifth-seeded Chad Walsh of Rider in the consolation round “blood round” ... finished fifth at the Big Ten Championships ... won 24 of last 33 matches ... won by shutout in 15 of his last 20 victories as part of 16 total shutouts, including winning on 1-0 rideouts in two-straight wins during the season ... ranked in top 20 throughout season by several different publications ... topped the teams in wins (29) and technical falls (6), as well as sharing the team-lead in dual wins (10), while ranking second in dual points (40) and third in falls (7) ... named Big Ten Wrestler of the Week on Dec. 20 for his performance in winning the 165-pound division of the Reno Tournament of Champions on Dec. 18 ... became the first MSU wrestler to earn the league’s weekly plaudit since Michael McClure earned the accolade nearly six years to the day, on Dec. 18, 2012 ... capped off his steamroll to the finals with a 2-0 extra time upset of No. 12 Branson Ashworth of Wyoming, 2-0, which capped his shutout streak for the day, winning his four matches by an average of 13-0, including the first three all on technical falls ... in addition to winning the Reno Tournament of Champions, also won the Michigan State Open at 165, with two falls along the way ... had five-match win streak halted with 2-1 loss to Nebraska’s Dustin Williams on Dec. 3 ... finished second at the EMU Open, losing an 8-4 decision to Logan Massa of Michigan in the final ... got to the final with three falls on the day all under 1:45, finishing the day with a 4-1 mark. PREP: Was a two-time state champion, a state runner-up as part of a four-time all-state selection at Lowell High School ... helped the Red Devils accumulate a record of 160-4 during his four-year career. AGES: 8th grade and below WHERE: Elite Athletic Club 2711 State St. Lake Station IN, 46405 WHEN: Saturday November 25th, 2017 TIME: 5PM-7PM COST: $30 per wrestler or $40 per household Registration: Please Contact Coach English to register, limited number of spots available for this camp! EliteAthleticClub@Comcast.net – 219-841-1906 – www.EliteAthleticClubLLC.com NAME_____________________________________________________ AGE____________WEIGHT__________CLUB___________________ USA CARD #_______________________________________________
Wade McClurg posted a topic in 2015 DiscussionsGoogle Doc Sign Up Form CARMEL USA WRESTLING CLUB CAMP FEATURING PURDUE UNIVERSITY WRESTLING COACHING STAFF: HEAD COACH ERSLAND, TODD, TANELLI OCTOBER 3RD and OCTOBER 4th 2015…. BOILER UP HAMMER DOWN!!! Come spend the weekend with us at Carmel High School and get the chance to meet and learn from the new Purdue University Wrestling Staff. Head Coach Tony Ersland, Assistant Coach Tyrell Todd (Big 10 Champ, 3x NCAA AA), and Assistant Coach Zach Tanelli (NCAA AA, Midlands Champ) will all be in attendance to showcase the techniques that they show at the Big 10 level, and the essential skills that they believe are necessary to succeed at the highest levels of wrestling. Come be seen by the Purdue Wrestling staff, it’s going to be a great camp! Under the direction of first-year head coach Tony Ersland and assistant coaches Zach Tanelli and Tyrel Todd, the Purdue wrestling program turned a new corner in 2014-15. Numerous program firsts were established and records were touched, putting the Boilermakers on the national radar for seasons to come. Eight Purdue wrestlers, including all five senior starters, received an automatic berth to the 2015 NCAA Championships, held March 19-21 in St. Louis, Missouri. It had been a dozen years since the Boilermakers qualified eight to the NCAA Championships and it was only the third time in program history eight advanced. The Boilermakers knocked off three nationally ranked teams: No. 18 Northern Iowa (21-15), No. 20 Chattanooga (19-16) and No. 19 Northwestern (22-17). Last year we had Purdue come in and they put on a heck of a camp. We had 50 campers from all around the state getting better and looking to be seen by our own in-state Division 1 BIG 10 school, the Purdue Boilermakers! This is a great opportunity if you are looking to get some training in for preparation of any preseason national tournaments or if you are just gearing up for November when High School Season officially begins. Cost: $100, $70 CUSAWC member, $70 team rate (2 people or more) Location and Time: CHS Wrestling Room, Enter through Door 21, arrive as early as 11:00am Saturday, and 7:30am on Sunday SATURDAY, October 3rd *Lunch will not be provided. Session 1: 12:00pm-2:00pm Session 2: 3:00pm-4:30pm Session 3: 5:00pm-6:30pm SUNDAY, October 4th *Lunch will not be provided. Session 4: 8:00am-10:00am Session 5: 10:30am-12:00pm
Happy 4th of July, Due to circumstances beyond our control Alex DIeringer will not be able to attend the camp next weekend. BUT the good news is Alex Tsirtsis will be filling in and being the lead clinician for the camp next weekend. His brother Jason Tsirtsis might be in attendance as well, we don't know yet for sure on Jason. We have a good group of about 40 kids signed up for camp currently, we are looking forward to more signing up and to a great camp next weekend July 11-12! Email me if you have any questions Alex Tsirtsis Bio: - Co-Founder of Region Wrestling Academy - 4X IN High School State Champion (236-0) - Inducted into Indiana High School Wrestling Hall of Fame 2011 - NCAA (Div I) All-American for the University of Iowa - Member of 2 NCAA (Div I) Championship teams while at Iowa - Coached by Tom Brands, Dan Gable, and Jim Zalesky while at University of Iowa Cost:$100, $70 if you are already a member of CUSAWC, If your team is going to bring a group contact us for a team rate Location and Time: CHS Wrestling Room, Enter through Door 21, arrive as early as 11:00am Saturday SATURDAY, July 11th *Lunch will not be provided. Session 1:12:00pm-2:00pm Session 2: 3:00pm-4:30pm Session 3: 5:00pm-6:30pm SUNDAY, July 12th*Lunch will not be provided. Session 4:8:00am-10:00am Session 5: 10:45am-12:15pm Thank you for understanding! See you next weekend