In this episode, Al and Josh cover National Duals results for Schoolboy, Cadet, Junior, and Girls and then dive in with new Augsburg Women’s Head Coach Jake Short. Jake discusses his youth, high school, and college careers openly, including some of his challenges, and explains why that has helped prepare him to be successful as a coach.
MINNEAPOLIS — Jake Short, a University of Minnesota alumnus who has served as a coach for an elite wrestling school for the past three years, will be the next head coach of the Augsburg University women’s wrestling team, the university has announced.
Since 2018, Short has served as a coach at the Pinnacle School of Wrestling, an elite training program based in the Twin Cities. He has served as both a girls’ and boys’ wrestling coach at Pinnacle, a program co-owned by legendary wrestlers Jared Lawrence and Brandon Paulson.
In January 2021, Short was named as the head coach for the Minnesota/USA Wrestling women’s state team, leading its practices and training sessions for tournaments.
Jake Short ended his season wrestling some of the best matches he has all year. He capped it off by knocking off B.J. Clagon of Rider, an opponent who defeated him at the NCAA Tournament in 2017.
The May 10, 2013 issue of The Guillotine has arrived! Featured content in this issue includes: Guillotine Academic All-State Teams | Short named MWCA Mr. Minnesota | Home Grown - Madelia/Truman | One-on-One with Roger Kish | Their Day Will Come - Tri-City United | Where Have They Gone? - Ron Jacobsen.
More content in this issue: Lace ‘Em Up | MWCA Report | Officially Speaking | USAW Folkstyle National Championships | NHSCA National Folkstyle Championships | Camps, Clinics, and Training | Las Vegas/ASICS U.S. Open | Ask The Doc | Minnesota Chapter-NWHOF Inducts Seven | MN/USA Wrestling Junior State Tournament.
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The Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association today named Jake Short of Simley High School in Inver Grove Heights as Mr. Minnesota, 2013. He is a four-time state champion and a five-time state place-winner, finishing his six-year career with a record of 235 wins and just 20 losses.