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  1. Welcome to OAC WRESTLING VS THE WORLD. Its opening weekend in the college wrestling world! In this episode I talk about why I decided to make this show, who I will be talking about, and why it matters to the wrestling world. Also included is a little history about the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC), its wrestling teams, and what to look forward to this season. Enjoy! Disclaimer: I am working out the kinks on my webcam still, apologies for appearing so glitchy! Jon Garrison is a 2x NCAA All-American wrestler, former collegiate wrestling coach, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu blue belt, and MMA
  2. The Resurrection is complete! Enjoy our end of season highlight video! #CardyStyle #BeinSquad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lD9HQKY_UI4
  3. The Resurrection is complete! Enjoy our end of season highlight video! #CardyStyle #BeinSquad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lD9HQKY_UI4
  4. MANCHESTER, Ind. – The Otterbein University wrestling team saw its inaugural season come to a close this weekend, concluding the 2016-17 calendar of action at the NCAA Division III Midwest Regional Tournament. The Cardinals ultimately finished 10th out of 16 schools, earning 48 points as a collective group and placing three student-athletes on the podium in Jake Vaughan (149 lbs.), Corbin Bunsold (184 lbs.) and Drew Kasper (197 lbs.) Each member of the trio finished in fifth place. Five Otterbein wrestlers survived Friday's action as Vaughan, Bunsold, Kasper, Jackson Lakso (125 lbs.) and Tyl
  5. OTTERBEIN VS MUSKINGUM The Otterbein wrestling team kicked off its Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) schedule with a victory Tuesday evening, topping Muskingum University by a score of 34-18 in front of another nice crowd. The Cardinals, making the program's return to OAC competition for the first time since 1974, improve their team record to 8-1 on the season after what was a five-week layoff for winter break. Muskingum (3-3, 0-1 OAC) took an early lead on a pin from 125-pounder Jordan Burkholder, but the Cardinals would respond with a quick pin by freshman Tyler Norris (133 lbs.) in the next
  6. DA, Ohio – The Otterbein wrestling program got back on the mat after a two-week Thanksgiving layoff Saturday afternoon, turning in some nice results at the Ohio Northern Polar Bear Invitational. The Cardinals finished sixth out of 11 teams with 98.5 points and earned two individual championships from a pair of standout freshmen, with 157-pounder Willy Plaisir and 197-pounder Drew Kasper both going undefeated en route to titles in their respective weight classes. Plaisir did not allow a match to go the distance the entire day by tallying a technical fall and three pins. He stamped the finishi
  7. OLIVET, Mich. – The Otterbein wrestling team picked up a pair of victories Saturday afternoon at the Olivet College Duals, taking two of three matches and improving to 7-1 on the season. The Cardinals will regroup over Thanksgiving break and then be back in action come December 3, traveling to test their fate at the Ohio Northern Invitational. Otterbein got off to a hot start in Saturday's first match against Trine University, opening an early 12-0 lead and coasting to a lopsided 37-4 triumph. Freshman Jackson Lakso, the reigning Ohio Athletic Conference 'Wrestler of the Week,' tallied a pin
  8. UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, Ohio – The first-year Otterbein wrestling team turned in an impressive showing Sunday at the John Carroll University Duals, winning all four matches to remain perfect on the young season. Otterbein (5-0) began the day with a lopsided 43-4 victory over Alfred State, getting pins from Jackson Lakso at 125 pounds, Jake Vaughan at 141 and Gage Archer at 285. Willy Plaisir posted a major decision at 157 pounds while Tyler Norris, Cortez Gainey, Donny Didion, Braden Neuberger and Drew Kasper all registered wins to start their day as well. The Cardinals quickly turned around to
  9. http://www.otterbeincardinals.com/news/2016/11/9/otterbein-defeats-thomas-more-in-its-return-to-wrestling.aspx WESTERVILLE, Ohio – The Otterbein University wrestling program relaunched in exciting fashion Wednesday evening, defeating Thomas More College by a score of 36-10 in front of a packed Rike Center gymnasium. The Cardinals, returning to the mat for the first time since the program was cut following the 1974 season, received a loud ovation from the crowd as they took the mat for introductions. "This was definitely something special tonight," said Drew Kasper, 197 pounds. "I didn't
  10. Otterbein University, located just north of Columbus, Ohio, is set to begin its first season of competition in more than 40 years! Thanks to Head Coach Brent Rastetter, the program's resurrection is picking up serious momentum leading up to the start of the NCAA wrestling season. The schedule is set, the wrestlers are on campus, and the preparation has begun. Competing in the Ohio Athletic Conference, Otterbein University will be in the hunt for conference and national titles right from the start. Follow one of the country's newest wrestling programs and find out how you can be a part of
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