ROCHESTER, Minn. – The Rochester Community and Technical College is coming off a big year. However, as any good coach would, Randy Rager is expecting even bigger things out of his team this year and it all starts on Nov. 2 with the Yellowjacket Open.
“So far we’ve got a good group this year,” Rager said. “They’ve been working hard both in the room and their academics, been hitting the weights pretty hard. I definitely think they’re ready for this weekend. It really kind of sets the pace and tone for our entire season. They get to see how the scene is as far as college wrestling.”
Rager enters his 15th season with the Yellowjackets and has helped shape the program into one that is nationally known, winning the last seven Minnesota College Athletic Conference titles.
This year poses a new challenge for Rager with 23 freshmen on the roster. View/Continue reading at www.kimt.com