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  1. what i found from Arizona. 

    Arizona State (2015-16):

    • Placed seventh at University Freestyle Nationals
    • Qualified for the NCAA Championships at Madison Square Garden
    • Finished with a 22-13 record, including 11 bonus-point victories, 10 coming from major decisions

    High School

    • Freshman year places 3rd in state
    • Sophomore year placed 1st in state
    • Junior year placed 1st in state
    • Senior year placed 1st in state
    • High School Coach’s name: Matthews Gonzo
    • Placed 6th place at Fargo
    • Placed 3rd at Fargo
    • University Nationals placed 7th
    • U.S. open placed 8th

  2. 5 minutes ago, TobusRex said:

    Wow, pretty cool they used to show wrestling on PBS up there. 

    live too! the announcers were incredible, Shel  Siegel and Larry Sheridan.

    Larry Sheridan has been around EIWA wrestling for 86 years -- his entire lifetime.

    The son of Billy Sheridan, Lehigh's iconic Hall of Fame wrestling coach, was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania where he still resides. As a teen he wrestled for Bethlehem High School (now Liberty High School) and for Mercersburg Academy, winning the National Prep School title at 154 pounds in 1950. He wrestled briefly for Lehigh University, but had to curtail competing in the sport as a sophomore due to repeated knee injuries.

    Shortly after his graduation from Lehigh, Sheridan became a wrestling official, a position that he excelled at for nearly 20 years. In 1968 he began announcing wrestling matches for Channel 39 in the Lehigh Valley along with EIWA Hall of Famer, Shel Siegel. The twosome covered all Lehigh meets, the EIWA finals, the PIAA finals, several East-West duals and several Russia vs USA matches. He retired from wrestling announcing for Channel 39 in 1994.


  3. just read the article, it just says he was a college wrestler, nothing about Nationals or that he was a champ. The wrestling community helped him a great deal as well....

    My colleagues were helping me, too: checking in, texting, telling me what to do and what to expect. When I got in a panicky mood, I would reach out to my friends and see what they thought I should do. And my wrestling community: I am 26 years out of college, but I was getting texts from old coaches and teammates and current wrestlers. These guys are tough, tough as nails, and it helped me. When I was wrestling and I was tired and my opponent was strong, and I would say to myself, “Am I going to roll over and take this or am I going to get up and do something about it?” I channeled that.

    After the wrestlers texted me, I would get up and go walk in the yard. I walked as fast as I could, which was pretty slow, and I tried to take a breath and hold it 10 seconds and maybe expand my lungs. No matter how bad I felt the whole time, I made sure I got out of bed, I put on a mask, and I went out into my yard. I walked around the yard five times. I did not let my lungs get stagnant. By that point I had figured out other strategies too. For example, if you are going to lie down, you have to lie in a prone position, on your chest. It makes it easier to breathe.


  4. Yeah, Sheik didn't seem too convinced of that death being "suicide" either (he thinks the Shah ordered the guy killed). The Wikipedia article says the Sheik was a bodyguard for the Shah of Iran for awhile, also.
    He was a bodyguard for the Shah . .and I'm sure a darn good one


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