Ann Arbor Skyline High School to offer Freestyle training. Wolverine Wrestling has agreed to partner with Skyline Wrestling and offer Freestyle training to anyone who chooses to come.
Training is available three days a week. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Practices begin Monday March 15 at 3:15 PM. Training runs March 14 throughout the Summer.
Training is available to all age groups. High School, Middle School and Youth.
Staff Coaches include Alec Mooradian 3x MHSAA Champion, Folkstyle All-American and Multiple Fargo/Fila Freestyle All-American.
Nick Mason 3x MGSAA State Placer, 2X MHSAA Team State Champion Folkstyle All American.
Guest Clinicians include Jim Mason, NCAA All American, OHSAA State Champion, MSU All time Pin Leader. Freestyle National Champion.
Adam Frantz, 3x Doddes European Champion.
Trevor Zdebski, 2x MHSAA State Champion, 2x Placer
Ken Bade, 3x MHSAA Champion
Skyline HS is where it is at. All Spring and Summer long Contact the club at;:email@example.com
The Ann Arbor Jr. Wolverine Wrestling program begins their Freestyle season. They have over twenty young, but hard working youths. This Club offers wrestling throughout the Spring and into the Summer. If your looking for a great program while you local club has stopped for the regular season- the Jr. Wolverine's is where it is at. All Spring and Summer long Contact the club at www.JrWolerineWreslingClub.com
Local wrestling club benefits from University of Michigan art Student, Riley Hansen. These kids absolutely love having Riley in the room. He offers a fresh different coaching style. These young wrestlers really look up to him.
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Riley Hansen, Former Catholic Central Standout wrestler ran practices this week for the Jr. Wolverine WC in Ann Arbor.
"it was a lot of fun. we did some hand fighting. Worked on their stance and top and bottom position."
Riley was an MMWA and MYWAY youth wrestler. He graduated from CC and is now attending the University of Michigan as an Art Major.
Riley will be a regular guest Coach at the Jr. Wolverine WC.
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Two former youth wrestlers continue to give back to their Local wrestling Club. Nick Mason 3 time all state wrestler from Catholic Central High School and Eddie Nuttal, 2 time all State wrestler from Lincoln High School ran several practices this summer at the Wolverine Wrestling Club in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Nick is currently a Business Major and wrestling for Ashland Univerisity in Ohio. Ed is pre-med and wrestling for Olivet College in Michigan.
It is hard to believe these two guys were litlle peanuts like our current Wolverine's from back in the day. It is always a welcome sight to see these two. They were part of our original group of five wrestlers when we started over twelve years ago at St Thom as in Ann Arbor. .
Good Luck to you both at Ashland University and Olivet College. Remember - education first, just like you told our current group of little guys, commented Coach Mason.
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Jr. Wolverine Wrestling club is looking for one or two youth coaches.Thes coaches should have wrestling experience and a passion for the sport. They are accepting resumes.
Please contact: www.JrWolverineWrestlingClub.com
We practice in several facilities in Ann Arbor. Our practice times are Tuesday and Thursday 6:30 - 8:00 PM. We are looking to expand practices during the week and on weekends.
Our club has great history and tradition. Jr. Wolverine WC began in 2001. We have since started our Middle School HS Wrestling Club; Wolverine WC began in 2005.
We pride ourselves on teaching solid fundamental wrestling. National Championships and State Championships are won on solid fundamentals. We teach all kids from any school district. We are about promoting wrestling to all.
We have young inexperienced wrestlers to solid college prospects. Your level of knowledge will grow from the day you begin, we teach life lessons, Sportsmanship and the value of academics. Our numbers vary from season to season 25 to as many as 85 kids.