MANKATO — Minnesota State wrestler George Farmah doesn’t remember the exact moment it came together for him last season; he just knows he was a much better wrestler from that moment on.
Farmah, a 133-pounder out of St. Paul’s Eastview High School, arrived at MSU last season after two years at Iowa Lakes Community College. He came in as an NJCAA All-American and quickly established himself as a starter for the Mavericks.
After a solid regular season, he peaked in the playoffs. He finished second in the Super Region 3 regional and then reached the finals of the Division II national tournament, where he finished second.
“He needed to find his own identity as a wrestler,” MSU assistant coach Ty Eustice said. “Instead of standing still and reacting to what his opponent was trying to do, he had to get aggressive. Once he established his style, he did a lot better.” Continue reading at www.mankatofreepress.com