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FW Snider RTC: Wednesday May 1 at 5:30 PM- Eracleo Vallejo

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March 21: Jonathan Brownlee will instruct.

Brownlee Bio:

Jonathan Brownlee is a doctoral candidate, college professor, and private wrestling coach. After being introduced to wrestling as a freshman in high school, Jonathan had a stellar career: qualifying for the state tournament 3 times, placing third two times, and placing in multiple college tournaments. In his short time as a head high school wrestling coach, Jonathan led a team with a perennial losing record, to a dual meet winning rate of 75 percent. But more importantly than his wrestling career and coaching experience, Jonathan has worked to develop a systematic way of thinking about wrestling strategy that is both insightful and effective. He attempts to combine his abilities as an educator and thinker with his knowledge of wrestling in order to impart the most important wrestling (and life) knowledge to those who seek real improvement.

March 28:

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Thank you to coach Cochran and coach Ester for the invitation. I look forward to the opportunity to teach some fundamental takedown techniques. I hope the information I provide is useful.


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Wednesday May 1 at 5:30 PM- Eracleo Vallejo

This will be our last practice this season.


Vallejo completed his ninth season as an assistant wrestling coach at Wabash with the 2018-2019 campaign. He has helped Little Giant athletes earn seven national individual national championships and 18 NCAA Division III All-America awards. Twenty-four Wabash wrestlers have received Scholar All-America recognition from the National Wrestling Coaches Association during Vallejo’s time with the Wabash program.


Vallejo graduated from Manchester College (now Manchester University) in 2008 where he earned a bachelor’s of science in marketing and not-for-profit management. He was a three-time national qualifier while competing at Manchester. He earned All-America honors at 125 pounds. He still hold the record for most takedowns. He served as president of school’s student-athlete advisory committee and received the Outstanding Athletic Performance Award in 2008.


Vallejo works for Protrans International in Indianapolis as an operations manager.


Vallejo resides in Avon with his wife and three children.

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