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Carmel RTC Wednesdays 6:45pm

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We will have RTC tomorrow night! We will get a good drill in, freestyle technique, then lots of live.

 

Enter Door 21 at the back of the school.

 

If anyone is interested in participating in Carmel freestyle duals this Saturday let me know. Looking to fill a weight class spots on some of the teams

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This Wednesday, April 15th RTC....

 

Wednesday 4/15  6:45pm-8:15pm
Guest Clinician: Tommy Churchard
•Head Coach Benton Central 2014-present
•Graduate Assistant at Purdue 2013-14 season
•2 time NCAA Qualifier for Purdue
•2 time Academic All Big 10
•Team Captain senior season at Purdue
•2008 IHSAA State Champion
•2007 IHSAA State Runner Up

Come get better!!! We will go warm up/drill, technique session, then wrestle live.

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This Wednesday, April 22, our guest clinician will be Zionsville head coach Jared Williams.

 

Here are some of Coach Williams' accomplishments:

 

  • 2002-2005: Head Coach, Avon High School Wrestling
  • 2005-2011: Head Coach, Lawrence North High School Wrestling
  • 3x Sectional Team Champion
  • 1x HCC Conference Champion
  • 4x MIC Conference Champion
  • 2005 IHSAA Team State Runner-Up
  • 2008 IHSAA Team State Wrestling Tournament Final-Four
  • 2011 IHSAA Team State Runner-Up
  • 2008 Indiana State Wrestling Coach of the Year
  • Only coach to take 2 programs to the IHSAA Team State Championship Finals
  • Never has beaten Coach Pendoski in a round of golf

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This Thursday, April 29th, we'll have Brian Smiley as our guest clinician.  

 

Coach Smiley's accomplishments:

 

2005-06 FHSAA 4th place team finish Wrestling Cape Coral HS
2005-06 5 state place winners, 2 state champions: Wrestling
2005-06 Southwest Florida Wrestling Coach of the Year
Four Year Letterman-Wrestling, Indiana University 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002
High School Senior National- All American- Wrestling -1997
Indiana State Wresting Champion – 1997
Junior National All American – Wrestling -1995, 1997

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I accidentally missed one of Coach Smiley's accomplishments:

 

Coach Smiley's accomplishments:

 

2005-06 FHSAA 4th place team finish Wrestling Cape Coral HS
2005-06 5 state place winners, 2 state champions: Wrestling
2005-06 Southwest Florida Wrestling Coach of the Year
Four Year Letterman-Wrestling, Indiana University 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002
High School Senior National- All American- Wrestling -1997
Indiana State Wresting Champion – 1997
Junior National All American – Wrestling -1995, 1997
Has never beaten Pendoski in a fishing contest eternity-present

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This Wednesday, May, 13th at 6:45 we will have Camden Eppert as our guest clinician.  Camden is currently an assistant coach at Wabash College

 

Brief bio on Camden:

 

Camden Eppert joins the Little Giant wrestling staff after spending the last four years as a member of the Purdue University wrestling team. During his career (2010-14), Eppert won 65 matches at 125 pounds, twice qualified for the NCAA Championships, and four times was named Academic All-Big Ten Conference.
 
Eppert graduated from Purdue in 2014, earning a bachelor of science degree while majoring in Public Health Promotions. During his tenure in West Lafayette, IN, he was a three-time All-Academic honoree by the National Wrestling Coaches Association, a team captain as a junior and senior, and was named Outstanding Freshman in 2011.
 
As a senior in 2013-14, Eppert ranked fifth on the Boilermakers with 16 wins and was the 125-pound representative in 13 of 14 dual meets. As a junior, he posted a career-best 23 wins, including a 6-2 record in Big Ten dual meets. Over his last two seasons, Eppert was a combined 12 matches over .500 and won nearly 60 percent of his matches.
 
Eppert made his first NCAA Championship appearance as a freshman in 2011, following a fifth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships. He followed up with another NCAA berth in 2012, knocking off a pair of nationally ranked opponents during the meet.  

 

After qualifying for his second NCAA tourney Camden is quoted as saying, "I'm still scared of Pendoski...he's just so strong and powerful"

In addition to his successes on the mat, Eppert was a member of the Boilermaker Athletic Council, the John R. Wooden Leadership Institute, and was granted membership in Mortar Board, the national college senior honor society.
 
Born in Noblesville, IN, Eppert graduated in 2009 from Highland High School in Anderson, IN, winning IHSAA state titles in 2007 (103 pounds) and 2009 (119 pounds) to go with a 155-13 (.923) career record. 

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