The Guillotine – November 3, 2022

The November 3, 2022 issue of The Guillotine has arrived! Content in this issue includes: College Previews | Lineup Battles Loom For Golden Gophers | Jackrabbits Continue Moving Up As Excitement Builds | Lace ‘Em Up | Camps, Clinics, and Training | Johnnies Are A Hard-Working Bunch | Count on the Bison to Give Maximum Effort | Cobbers Return a Combination of Experience and Talent | Ask The Doc | Huskies are in the Hunt for another National Title | Yellowjackets Have Very High Expectations | It’s A New Era For The Pioneers | Performance Nutrition - What Is Your Weight? | Auggies Eye A Return To The Top | Trust The Process – Alan Koehler | Officially Speaking | Mustangs Are Primed To Fire | Vikings Are Looking to Achieve Great Things | Doing A Little Extra – Basically; Jacob Oyster and United North Central Wrestling | Bluejays Hope To Build On Last Year | Auggies Women Can Compete with Any Team in the Country | Vikings Look For New and Returning Wrestlers to Step Up | Mavericks Are Hard-Working And Talented | Dragons Look For Leadership From Returning Starters | Warriors Are Looking To Do Some Great Things.

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Vikings Are Looking to Achieve Great Things

Itasca Community College features a deep and talented roster

By Matt Krumrie

The Itasca Community College wrestling team has a rarity in NJCAA wrestling - a deep and experienced lineup of returning wrestlers looking to build on a highly successful 2021-2022 season. Head coach Joseph Umlauf heads into his fourth season as head coach of the Vikings, leading a team featuring four national qualifiers and two returning starters, along with several talented returnees and newcomers looking to make an impact in the Vikings wrestling program.

Those returning wrestlers were part of a 2021-2022 team that had the highest GPA in program history (3.5) that also produced the highest number of community service hours in team history. On the mat, the Vikings qualified eight wrestlers for the national tournament, and Umlauf was recognized as the NJCAA National Coach of the Year.

Fast forward to 2022-2023. Expectations - on and off the mat - are just as high.

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NWCA Announces the 2022 NJCAA Men’s Scholar All-America Awards

Manheim, PA – On Tuesday, the NWCA announced the full slate of 2021-2022 Scholar All-America Team and Individual honorees for the NJCAA Men’s division with awards going to 73 individuals representing 22 institutions.

“On behalf of the NWCA Board of Directors, It is my honor to recognize these exceptional athletes and teams,” NWCA Executive Director Mike Moyer said. “Wrestling takes much focus and sacrifice and we are proud to honor these wrestlers for their obvious commitment to their academic pursuits!”

In the team race, Pratt Community College finished atop of the field with a 3.654 GPA followed by Western Wyoming’s 3.52, and Itasca’s 3.5.

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