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    Sectional Qualifier

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    http://athletics.uindy.edu/index.aspx?tab=wrestling&path=wrest

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    Indianapolis, IN
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    Franklin Community
  1. Good luck to the seven qualifiers, Head Coach Jason Warthan and assistants Mitch Napier and Bob Brubeck. I know I may be a little biased but this is an amazing group of kids and staff. If any wrestler is interested in a quality education and becoming part of the most successful Indiana college program over the last ten years I would recommend contacting Coach Warthan. Here is a great write up with lots of links by the best wrestling sports information person in the nation Jackie Paquette. http://athletics.uindy.edu/news/2014/3/11/WREST_0311143212.aspx?path=wrest Y2CJ41-----No Findlay jokes allowed in this thead!!!!!!!!
  2. Shane Perkey Charlie Pingleton Damon Hummel Gil Journey
  3. Congrats Coach Warthan and the guys! http://athletics.uindy.edu/news/2014/3/1/WREST_0301141355.aspx?path=wrest http://athletics.uindy.edu/documents/2014/3/1/FINAL_RESULTS.pdf?id=2496
  4. Mason Paris -Lawrenceburg, extremely talented.
  5. Shane Perkey Jimtown-highest finish 3rd, 4th, 4th, 4th, 2nd Division II UIndy Great match with Angel Escobedo his senior year. Charlie Pingleton Greencastle-2X runner up, 7th, 4th Division II UIndy Mike Jackson-1X state qualifier, 3rd, 2nd, 2nd Division II UIndy Jeff Pease was very good also, multiple time AA for Central Oklahome Division II, too bad he got out of state.
  6. http://www.purduesports.com/sports/m-wrestl/spec-rel/111611aac.html
  7. Registration is now open!! Come out and support a great cause. Proceeds go to benefit the fight against this disease. http://www.trackwrestling.com/registration/BasicPreReg1.jsp?tournamentGroupId=15134009 About leukemia: What is Leukemia? Leukemia is a cancer of the marrow and blood. European physicians in the19th century were the earliest observers of patients who had markedly increased white cell counts. The term ?Weisses Blut?or ?white blood?emerged as a designation for the disorder. Later, the term ?leukemia,?which is derived from the Greek words ?leukos,?meaning ?white,?and ?haima,?meaning ?blood,?was used to indicate the disease. The major forms of leukemia are divided into four categories. The terms ?myelogenous?or ?lymphocytic?denote the cell type involved. Myelogenous and lymphocytic leukemia each have an acute or chronic form. Symptoms: Most patients feel a loss of well-being. They tire more easily and may feel short of breath during physical activity. They may have a pale complexion from anemia. There may be signs of a very low platelet count. These include black and blue marks that occur for no apparent reason or because of a minor injury, the appearance of pinhead-sized red spots under the skin called petechiae or prolonged bleeding from minor cuts. Discomfort in the bones and joints may occur. Fever in the absence of an obvious cause is common. Leukemic lymphoblasts may accumulate in the lymphatic system and lymph nodes can be enlarged. The leukemic cells can collect on the lining of the brain and spinal cord and lead to headache or vomiting. Diagnosis: Blood and marrow cells are examined to diagnose the disease. In addition to low red cell and platelet counts, examination of the stained (dyed) blood cells with a light microscope will usually show the presence of leukemic blast cells. This is confirmed by examination of the marrow with bone marrow aspiration and biopsy, which almost always shows leukemic cells The blood and/or marrow cells are also used for studies of the number and shape of chromosomes
  8. The University of Indianapolis will host a USA Wrestling folkstyle event to raise money and awareness for leukemia. It's the weekend before preseason nationals and Super 32 so sign up and get some good work in before nationals! Grapple Against Leukemia Date: Sunday October 23, 2011 Site: University of Indianapolis 1400 E Hanna Ave Indianapolis, IN 46227 Eligibility: Middle school (6th-8th grade) High school (9th-12th grade) Rules: HS rules will apply including overtime. Match length will be 2-1-1 for all ages. Headgear is required. Awards: Handed out to top 6 placers Format: Double elimination High School Weight Classes: (9th - 10th - 11th - 12th Grade) Blocked weights Middle School Weight Classes: (6th-7th - 8th Grade) Blocked weights Weigh ins: Middle school 7-8am; High School 10-11am Start Time: Middle School 9am; High School Noon Contact: Kyle Fellure kfellure@uindy.edu or Jason Warthan warthanjc@uindy.edu 317-788-3417 Registration: http://www.trackwrestling.com/registration/BasicPreReg1.jsp?tournamentGroupId=15134009
  9. The new Maryville program will be making an appearance at the Midwest Classic at UIndy on Dec. 18 and 19th.
  10. http://athletics.uindy.edu/news/2011/3/16/WREST_0316115924.aspx?path=wrest
  11. Finals begin at 8pm. Nick is trying to become the first National Champion in UIndy wrestling history. You can watch Nick here: http://www.ncaa.com/liveschedule
  12. Irwin wins 3-2 and earns all-american honors as he moves on to the semis. Walpole also moves on and earns all -american honors with a 5-3 win. Team is in 10th at the end of session 2.
  13. Irwin wins 9-6 Walpole wins by Fall (cradle) They're both done until tonights session. Irwin faces Bachman Pitt-Johnstown Walpole faces Kenny Jordan Adams State Team is tied for 10th following the conclusion of the first session.
  14. University of Indianapolis Wrestling was named as the Academic National Champions yesterday by the NCAA Division II Wrestling Coaches Association. UIndy had the highest team GPA out of all NCAA Division II Wrestling Teams. More details to come.
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