Josh Marshall a state qualifier at 120lbs from Glendale High School will be wrestling for Central Missouri Univeristy.
Kearney Wrestlers Fall of 2012
Missouri- Tanner Minder
Rutgers- Morgan Fitzgerald
Baker- Travis Shadrach
Baker- Robert Shadrach
Missouri Valley- Aaron Senzee
Doc, Thank you very much. Brad and Arrington provided us with some very exciting matches over the last four years and I most enjoyed the sportsmanship that was displayed afterwards. I think the most exciting match was the bubble match at district their Sophomore year that Arrington won 2-0. Keep us informed when Arrington makes his choice on college.
Originally Posted by Wrestling Doc
Brown: Austin Rugraff-St. Charles West, Missouri (Missouri Class 3 State Champ) 165 LBS
took this from D1COLLEGEWRESTLING forum under recruiting 4/30
Six Exciting Matches!!
That 2010 Liberty Nationals match where Brad kept catching my son in those cradles have to be up there. That was a one sided domination for Brad and a very important loss for us. It helped us to work on our mat movement after taking the shot and to NOT move in the wrong direction after reaching the legs :) It benefited us greatly when we wrestled in Indiana a couple of month afterward.
Originally Posted by Bradsdad
Brad and Arrington actually wrestled 6 times.
Here is the link to each of their matches from Freshman to Senior year:
By the way, I enjoyed coaching Brad at the Preseason Nationals. We won that match together :) I just told him to do what he does best - cradle guys up - and he did just that.
Last edited by Wrestling Doc; 05-01-2012 at 09:38 PM.
Cornell College has consistently ranked in the top 100 of national liberal arts colleges and universities. In one ranking system, they are 32nd. This is due in part to their unique approach to immersion learning. The student takes only one class at a time, and totally immerses in that subject matter for about four weeks. Then the next class, and so forth. The student takes 8 or 9 classes per year. Add to that a premier faculty, and a beautiful rural setting, and you have the formula for an elite, Little Ivy style of education.
Originally Posted by Liberator Coach
There is no NFL contract waiting for wrestlers at the end of the rainbow. Olympic Gold at best; but no millions from that either. Finally, the most valuable takeaway from wrestling is strength of character and the educational opportunities that wrestling might afford to a student-athlete.
Many of the best educations in America are found at D-III schools like Cornell College of Iowa.
Ty looked hard at Cornell College--he went to a camp up there and really liked it.
Originally Posted by Wrestling Prof
Like I stated before, I grew up 20 minutes from there and it is a top notch school and program and would be proud to have my son attend there.
Originally Posted by Loethen