Louisville again set to host NWCA’s Mat Mayhem with 92 college teams battling for dual meet championships

Manheim, Pennsylvania — A record 92 college teams will be participating in Mat Mayhem this coming weekend at the Kentucky Exposition Center at the NWCA’s annual National Duals.

The 2020 U.S. Marine Corps NWCA Multi-Division National Dual Meet Championships presented by ARMS Software and Defense Soap hosted by NUWAY takes place January 10-11 with Louisville as the host for the second straight year.

“Last year, we saw great support from the wrestling community in Louisville and the state of Kentucky and we’re excited to expand even more this year with the record number of teams participating and even some local high schools getting into the mix, hosting one of their regional dual meet events here at the Kansas Exposition Center,” said NWCA Executive Director Mike Moyer.

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Brossard the total package for RCTC wrestling program

Rochester Community and Technical College wrestling coach Randy Rager loves getting complete student-athletes into his program.

The Yellowjackets coach feels like he hit the jackpot with Seth Brossard.

Brossard won an individual state championship during his senior season at Kenyon-Wanamingo when he went a perfect 48-0 last winter. Rager was not only excited to have Brossard join the Yellowjackets as a wrestler this season, but also as a student.

“Being a local kid, he was a good recruit for us get,” Rager said. “We had to battle a couple of other schools for him. … Academically, he kind of broke the mold.” Continue reading at www.postbulletin.com

RCTC Yellowjackets Place Ten at the Auggie-Adidas Invite

This past weekend the Rochester Community and Technical College wrestling team competed in the Augsburg College Auggie-Adidas Invite wrestling tournament.

The Jackets had a great day of wrestling placing ten individuals in the tournament.

RCTC Yellowjackets Alex Lloyd (Shakopee, MN) had another successful tournament going 4-0, placing 1st in the 157 Gold bracket. Alex began the day with a fall over Anthony Metallo of Platteville in 1:30. He then won by decision over Nolan Hertel of UW-LaCrosse 9-5. In the semis, Lloyd majored Patrick Boylanger of St. Mary 17-3. His final match of the day came against #3 NCAA D3 ranked Grant Zamin of UW-LaCrosse. Lloyd secured a final takedown in the closing seconds of the match to win 5-3. Alex is currently 14-1 this season and ranked #6 in the NJCAA.

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