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Coaches, Athletes, and Fans, Registration for the 50th Annual ESU Open is now live on gimpsoftware.com Please register your athletes no later than Wednesday, November 2nd. 50th Annual East Stroudsburg University Open Where: Koehler Fieldhouse 213 Smith Street East Stroudsburg, PA 18301 When: Sunday, November 6th Schedule: Skin Checks at 6:45 am Weigh-ins at 7:00 am Wrestling at 9:00 am Cost: $40 per wrestler Make checks payable to East Stroudsburg University Cash or checks can be mailed to the address below or can be brought on the day of the event Format: Wrestling will take place on 10 mats All NCAA Rules will be followed. Seven minute matches with riding time. High School wrestlers are not permitted Weights: 125, 133, 141, 149, 157, 165, 174, 184, 197, 285 Awards: Awards will be given to the top three place winners Registration: Entries will be capped to ensure a well-run event. Please register online at gimpsoftware.com by Wednesday, November 2nd. No walk-ons will be accepted Medical Info: The ESU Athletic Training Staff will be on hand to assist Hotel Info: Holiday Inn Express and Suites 1863 West Main Street Stroudsburg, PA 18360 (570)872-9040 Contact Info: Joey Rivera 200 Prospect Street East Stroudsburg, PA 18301 Office #: 570-422-3313 email@example.com
All levels of wrestling need to constantly change and innovate to keep the sport exciting! Look at the NFL rule changes in the last few years to make the game safer, produce more scoring, and shorten the length of games. The NNFL owners want to even get rid of the extra point. I think the NCAA Wrestling Rules Committee should put everything on the table for discussion, every year. Change is good. When wrestlers and coaches learn how to game the current system of rules change them. It's in their nature to adapt to the set of rules presented them. Want more scoring? Change the rules!!! The lesson of professional sports on this topic is clear. Football v. Baseball (Which sport has more rule changes in the past 10 years?)