Our clinicians include former State Champions, High School All-Americans, NCAA All-Americans, NCAA National Champions, College Wrestling Coaches, and World Level Competitors. Each camp features lead clinicians specialized in the techniques and skills used throughout high school, college, and beyond.
4x Colorado High School State Champion, 4x NCAA Division I National Qualifier, NCAA Division I National Champion, multiple time placer at the UWW Junior World Team Trials and UWW Junior US Open, 3x Fargo Cadet/Junior Freestyle All-American, Junior Pan-Am Champion, Junior Hodge Trophy Award Winner, and the #1 overall High School Recruit in 2019.
In 2023 Andrew Alirez became the 1st wrestler in program history to win an NCAA D-I National Championship for the University of Northern Colorado.
4x Colorado High School State Champion, 4x NCAA Division I National Qualifier, NCAA Division I All-American, 4x Pac 12 Runner-Up, 2x Fargo Cadet/Junior Freestyle All-American, and Doc Buchanan Invitational Champion.
3x Colorado High School State Champion, 4x NCAA Division I National Qualifier, NCAA Division I All-American, 2x Pac 12 Champion, 2x Pac 12 Runner-Up, Doc Buchanan Invitational Champion, Super 32 All-American, and Senior Nationals All-American.
3x NCAA Division III All-American and current Assistant Wrestling Coach and Recruiting Coordinator for the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO. Prior to coaching at the Air Force Academy Heilman was named the NCAA DIII Midwest Regional Assistant Coach of the Year after helping UW-Whitewater to a runner-up finish at the NCAA National tournament.
2x Iowa High School State Champion, 2x NCAA Division I All-American, 2x WWC Wrestler of the year, former member of the Army World Class Athlete Program and Resident Athlete at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO and State College, Pennsylvania. At State College Fay trained with the Penn State Nittany Lion Wrestling Club. He earned silver medals in Cuba at the Cerro Pelado International Tournament and the CISM Military World Championships in Freestyle.
3x Missouri High School State Champion, 4x NCAA Division I National Qualifier, 2x NCAA Division I All-American, 6x Fargo Finalist in Freestyle and Greco at the Cadet and Junior National Championships, 2x Junior World Team Member for Team USA in Freestyle, placed at the Junior World Championships in Beijing China.
Colorado High School State Champion and Outstanding Wrestler at the Colorado High School Wrestling State Tournament. 2x NCAA Division I National Qualifier, NCAA Division I All-American, EIWA Champion, and the recipient of Lehigh Universities Outstanding Athlete Award.
South Dakota High School State Champion, NCAA Division II All-American, and current Assistant Wrestling Coach at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD.
3x NCAA Division III All-American, 2x NCAA Division III National Champion, ECWC Rookie of the Year as a freshman, 2x ECWC Wrestler of the Year, recipient of Ithaca College’s Male Athlete of the Year Award and voted the Men's At-Large Academic All-American of the Year. One of the most prestigious academic honors a college athlete can receive. Ecker is a current college wrestling coach with coaching experience at the NCAA Division I, II, and III levels.
Colorado High School State Champion, 2x NCAA Division II All-American, NCAA Division II National Finalist, Colorado’s Collegiate Wrestler of the Year voted on by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Coaches Committee, and recipient of Western State University’s Athlete of the Year Award.
Arizona High School State Champion, High School All-American, multiple time placer at Fila Jr Nationals and University Nationals with a 3rd place finish at the U.S. Olympic Regional Qualifier in Greco.
4x High School State Finalist, 2x High School State Champion, 2x High School All-American, 2x NCAA Division I National Qualifier, 3x WWC Finalist, and WWC Champion. Reiner is a former college wrestling coach of 10 years. During that time, he helped his teams to 7 Conference Championships, 5 NWCA National Dual team Championships, 2 NCAA National team Championships, and 3 Runner-Up finishes at the NCAA National Tournament. He coached 37 NCAA All-Americans, 8 individual NCAA National Champions, 70 Academic All-Americans, and compiled a Dual meet record of 139-21 over 10 seasons.