The 2020 Schwartz Memorial Wrestling Camp scheduled to take place July 21-24 in Morris has been canceled. Camps and Training
The 2020 Yellowjacket/Clash Wrestling Camp scheduled to take place August 3-6 in Rochester has been canceled. Camps and Training
The 2020 Augsburg Wrestling Camps have been canceled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. They plan on resuming camps in 2021
Augsburg Wrestling Camps statement:
“After 34 years of Augsburg Wrestling Camps, we are very sad to announce that we have decided to cancel our 2020 Camps due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Although Minnesota Governor Walz has authorized small group gatherings again, social distancing is nearly impossible in the sport of wrestling. This was a tough decision to make but it is the best one given our current circumstances. The health and safety of our campers, their families and our staff have always been a top priority, which is why we have to make this decision.
The 2020 St. Cloud State University Huskies Summer Wrestling Camps have been canceled due to concerns over COVID-19.
“We will be resuming the SCSU wrestling summer camps in 2021 and an announcement on the dates is being determined,” SCSU head coach Steve Costanzo said. “This was a very difficult decision for us, but we strongly believe this course of action is in the best interest of our campers, their families, and our staff. The health and safety of our campers and families takes precedence over anything else.”
The 28th Annual Greg Schwartz Memorial Wrestling Camp at Morris, Minn. wrapped up on June 20th. This year’s camp attracted 72 wrestlers from Border West, MAHACA, Minnewaska, Benson, Rocori, Osakis, Paynesville, Sisseton, Ortonville, and Granite Falls. Camp clinicians included Hunter Burnett, Keaten Schorr, Roger Kish, Cam Sykora, Bruce Moe, and Kris Nelson.
The nation’s #1 ranked NCAA DII wrestling team, St. Cloud State University will be offering youth wrestling camps on campus from June 17-19, 2019.
The High School Camp (Grades 9-12) will offer six-hours each day of Husky-style wrestling technique training, drills and live goes.
The South Dakota State University wrestling coaching staff will conduct a series of camps during the month of June.
Two NCAA champions help train next wave of AV wrestlers
Apple Valley wrestling coach Josh Barlage knew it would be difficult to keep the attention of children, some of whom were younger than 10, through a day-long camp. So he called for help.
Highly qualified help, at that. On one of three mats at Saturday’s Camp of Champions at Apple Valley High School, an NCAA champion watched intently as two students grappled. On the next mat, another NCAA champion helped two more wrestlers sort out what to do in the referee’s position.
If anybody thought about goofing off – well, camp instructor Mark Hall wasn’t having it.
“We’ve been losing a little focus,” said the only six-time individual state high school champion in Minnesota history. “We’re going to take a water break and when we come back I’m going to need your full attention. Continue reading at www.hometownsource.com