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College / Re: Should DFW bid for hosting the 2019 NCAA D1 Wrestling Championships?
« Last post by rshoaf on March 24, 2017, 08:53:22 PM »
I for one would love it to be here in the DFW
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College / Re: Should DFW bid for hosting the NCAA D1 Wrestling Championships?
« Last post by Seceder on March 24, 2017, 11:29:23 AM »
It would seem that a venue location for the NCAA national championships for 2019 and beyond has not yet been announced because Las Vegas has been stirring up interest:

http://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/encouraging-signs-ncaa-will-roll-dice-on-championships-in-las-vegas/

More recently though, DFW's having recently had an NCAA national champion (Bo Nickal) and another All-American (Jack Mueller) is potentially stirring up interest in having DFW host the championships.   Any thoughts?
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The Hippo Wrestling Club is proud to host Rob Waller's All-American Wrestling camp 18-22 June 2017. 
--The camp will be conducted at the Hutto High School main gym, 101 FM 685, Hutto Texas 78634. 
--In addition to featuring Barry Davis, Teyon Ware, Joey Dance and Rob Waller, the Club has invited several D1, D2, D3, and NAIA coach's from around the country to help assess and train our wrestlers. 
Any questions regarding our camp, please contact Coach Matt Smith, information attached.
 
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Do you want to be on the
#1 Youth and High School Wrestling Team in Texas?
Then join RockStar Wrestling Club,
the Freestyle and Greco-Roman Texas State Championship team!

Register now for RockStar's Freestyle/Greco-Roman season, which starts on Monday, March 6th!

Freestyle/Greco-Roman Season:  March 6, 2017 May 2017 (through TX State Tournament)
Practice Schedule:  5:30-7:00pm Mon/Tues/Thurs
FREE Personal Training:  5:00-5:30pm On Practice Days
Location: Arlington Martin High School Wrestling Room
Register Anytime During The Seasonwww.rockstarwrestling.com
Dues: $250 For The Entire Season Now Prorated To $210 For The Remainder Of The Season

Are you new to RockStar?  Then join us for your first week of practices for FREE! 

Do your friends have kids who want to try out wrestling?  If so, then your referral of any new wrestler who joins RockStar gives you 25% off of your dues!


Please let me know if you have any questions.  We look forward to seeing you in the room and to another exceptional season as the #1 Youth and High School Wrestling Club in Texas!

Thank you,
Cameron Plocus
Head Coach, RockStar Wrestling Club
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General Discussion / DFW - Spring Scheduling Meeting
« Last post by LelanBro on March 23, 2017, 01:01:56 PM »
The 2017-18 DFW Area Coaches Spring Scheduling Meeting will be held at Carrollton Creekview High School - 3201 Old Denton Road - on Wednesday - April 5, 2017 - 6:30 PM.  Sorry - Creekview is not available on that date - More information will be posted as soon as we find a location and time.[/color]
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Please be ready to renew your THSWCA Membership ($25) and order any National Federation Rule Books and Case Books you need.

Lelan Brotherman
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General Discussion / Johny Hendricks Clinic in ATX!
« Last post by BarberWrestling on March 23, 2017, 10:38:42 AM »
Hey Guys! "The Bad Boy Of College Wrestling" and Former UFC Champion, Johny Hendricks, will be in town on April 22nd at BarberWrestling!  I have attached the flier for the clinic and here is the page where you can register------> http://bit.ly/2nBvAId

Hope to see you all there for this great opportunity!
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General Discussion / Summer Wrestling Camps
« Last post by CSM Wrestling on March 22, 2017, 02:23:31 PM »
Colorado School of Mines Summer Wrestling Camps

The Colorado School of Mines Wrestling Camps strive to help student-athletes become champions, on the wrestling mat and in the classroom. Campers will learn from inspiring college wrestlers and experienced coaches.


Youth Half-Day Camp - June 12-14 / For grades 1-6

Youth Full-Day Camp - June 19-21 / For grades 1-6


The 3-day Youth Camps are specifically designed so that the wrestlers have a positive experience in a closely supervised environment. We cater to the needs of both novice and advanced wrestlers with varying degrees of skill, experience, and attention span through small groups and individual instruction. In addition to wrestling technique, the full-day camp will include lunch, games, movies, and swimming at the campus recreation center.


Overnight Camp - June 14-16 / For grades 7-12

The 3 Day/2 Night Overnight Camp is designed to help wrestlers at all levels improve and expand their wrestling skills. Focus will be on learning and developing the same technique instructed by the coaching staff during the college season. In addition to participation in the camp, student-athletes with an interest in attending Mines are encouraged to contact Coach Tyson Reiner by email at treiner@mines.edu to arrange a meeting prior to check-in.


Wrestling League - Every Thursday evening in June / For grades 6-12

Come on your own or bring your entire team! The Mines staff will lead a warmup and technique session prior to unlimited live matches. Pre-register by mailing the liability waiver and payment to: Mines Wrestling 1500 Illinois St. Golden, CO 80401. Checks payable to "Mines Wrestling". Walk-in participants will also be accepted. All participants will be required to submit a registration form and liability waiver before participating in the league.


Online Registration & Information: http://www.minesathletics.com/sports/2016/5/31/camps.aspx
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General Discussion / High Voltage Wreslting Camps at Central High School
« Last post by cwilson on March 22, 2017, 01:01:54 PM »
This is going to be a great camp for youth, middle school and high school.  There will be a competition element to the camp for advanced youth through incoming freshman.

Info on camp can be found at www.centralwrestling.org
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General Discussion / Re: The State Matrix
« Last post by cwilson on March 22, 2017, 12:59:45 PM »
I don't think the matrix is horrible at the State level.  Region champs get a good place in the bracket.  They earn it on the mat.  It should not, however, be used at the Regional level.  Getting 1st in a District of 5 wrestlers is not better than the results of a season.  Seeding at Regions, yes.  Matrix at state is okay.  A point system would be better, but the matrix is not bad at the state level.
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Freestyle/Greco Boys and Girls / Johny Hendricks Clinic in ATX!
« Last post by BarberWrestling on March 22, 2017, 09:20:33 AM »
Hey Guys! "The Bad Boy Of College Wrestling" and Former UFC Champion, Johny Hendricks, will be in town on April 22nd at BarberWrestling!  I have attached the flier for the clinic and here is the page where you can register------> http://bit.ly/2nBvAId

Hope to see you all there for this great opportunity!
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