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The Freestyle and Greco-Roman seasons are just around the corner! Tournaments begin the weekend after Kids Scholastic State Championships (March 10 & 11) on Sunday, March 18, 2018. Follow the link below for more details:
Info on Training Opportunities, Tournaments and Team NJ Activities
FREESTYLE / GRECO-ROMAN
INDIVIDUAL & TEAM
BEGIN MARCH 18 @ BERGEN CATHOLIC
Freestyle and Greco-Roman tournaments begin on Sunday, March 18 as the road to Fargo Nationals begins! Individual and Team NJ tournaments are scheduled if you're interested in taking your wrestling to another level.
Teams and Individuals
2018 Kids Scholastic State Championship Series:
2018 State Finals Saturday and Sunday, March 10 & 11, 2018 at the CURE Insurance Arena in Trenton. Like last year, the USA Wrestling NJ Kids State Finals were once again streamed live on FloWrestling.
2018 Regional Qualifiers (for girls and boys)
2018 Mason-Dixon Duals
NJ claimed the top spot for the fourth year in a row in this annual dual-meet round-robin that is held at the McDonogh School every year. Once again Teams from VA, DE, MD and NJ competed against each other and NJ came out on top!
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The 2018 Spring and Summer Olympic season (Freestyle and Greco-Roman) is here. The first Olympic-style event is scheduled for March 18, leading up to Freestyle and Greco-Roman Nationals in Fargo, ND in late July.
"When I'd get tired and want to stop, I'd wonder what my next opponent was doing. I'd wonder if he was still working out. I'd try to visualize him. When I could see him still working, I'd start pushing myself. When I could see him in the shower, I'd push myself harder."