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Rambler Wrestling Club (2015-16 Flier)

The RWC Coaching staff is very excited  as we have a lot of great things planned for the upcoming season!  I’m sure most people have heard that I have stepped down as head coach of the Loyola Academy high school program and I will be coaching the Rambler Wrestling Club (kid’s club program) and focusing my time and energy on this. I am very excited that coaches Danny Khouri and Mario Correa will be returning.  I am also pleased to announce the addition of Michael Williams to the Rambler Wrestling Coaching staff.  Michael has coached at Evanston High School for the past 8 seasons as well as being one of the pioneers that helped start and grow their club. Michael is a pillar in the wrestling community and we will benefit from his presence. We look forward to the club having its best year yet and reaching its full potential. We will still be working with the Northwestern coaching staff to have our weekly clinics 1 day per week.  The location will split between Northwestern and Loyola for these clinics and be held on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:00. It will be open for all area clubs to participate in, so we can get top level training as the athletes to see other partners and competition. Our regular practice times will be Wednesday and Thursdays from 6:00-7:30.  We intentionally change the practice days so we can have two days in a row with the athletes so it will ultimately help with building muscle memory and learning the technique.  We will also be ordering new gear and wrestling singlets for the team. Please see the links below for the registration forms and Northwestern Clinic schedule. Please forward this information to people you might think will be interested in joining our great club.

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Northwestern Wrestling Clinics (2015-16)

The first Northwestern Clinic will start October 27th, 2015.  We will have Open room on October 28th and 29th at Loyola and the official practices will start the following week. We look forward to coaching your athletes and helping them reach their full potential in the sport of wrestling. Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.

Christopher Stephens


About RamblerWC

The Loyola Academy wrestling program is committed to the process of achieving excellence in training and competition, development of character, leadership, as well as in the classroom. We recognize that excellence in not an act, but a habit and a skill, which builds upon individual talent, which must be developed to become a true champion. They will hold their heads high and learn from every experience – win or lose. Wrestling demands dedication, sportsmanship, team camaraderie and spirit. Wrestling builds character and leadership that they will carry on, not only in high school and college, but throughout their entire lives. This work ethic will help in fulfilling Loyola’s mission of cura personalis, the formation of the whole person. Lessons learned from wrestling make student-athletes proud to call themselves wrestlers and even more proud to call themselves Ramblers.

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