One-on-One with Dustin Schlatter

Dustin Schlatter is an Olympic hopeful in freestyle at 66 kilos. In November, Schlatter won the New York AC International in his first competition since dropping down from 74 kilos. He was member of the U.S. World Team in 2009.

As a collegiate competitor at the University of Minnesota, Schlatter was an NCAA champion as a true freshman and three-time All-American. He finished his collegiate career with a record of 114-10. His .919 career winning percentage ranks fourth in program history behind only Larry Zilverberg (.948), Brock Lesnar (.948), and Cole Konrad (.922). Continue reading at

Woodbury Central star Bremer picks Gophers

Jordan Bremer grew up in Moville, Iowa (population 1,618), but the three-time state champion from Woodbury Central considers himself a city kid at heart.

“I love bright lights, the atmosphere of a city, I love being around big crowds,” he said. “I always like to be doing something. I like to always be involved with things.” Continue reading at