The matchups for this year’s NWCA National Duals Championship Series have been released, and Championship Productions authors and their teams are well-represented. Out of the 16 teams competing, nine have coaches who have produced wrestling videos with Championship.
For the full release on the event, head over to intermatwrestle.com to get their insight on the Duals.
Friday – February 19
Iowa State at Minnesota – 7:30 p.m. – Williams Arena
Saturday – February 20
Lehigh at Rutgers – 8 p.m. EST – RAC
Sunday – February 21
Oklahoma State at Penn State – 5 p.m. – Rec Hall
Virginia Tech at Michigan – 2 p.m. – Cliff Keen Arena
Appalachian State at Indiana – 1 p.m. EST – University Gym
Missouri at Nebraska – 2 p.m. CST – Bob Devaney Sports Center
Monday – February 22
Edinboro at Ohio State – 7 p.m. – St. John Arena
North Carolina State at Iowa – 7 p.m. CST – Carver Hawkeye Arena
Join Kevin Jackson, Iowa State University Head Coach, as he takes you through three days of live practice on the Iowa State University campus. He was also a 1992 Olympic Gold Medalist and is currently a member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. Coach Jackson and his staff go through all aspects of creating a championship program in the wrestling room and in the weight room. View this Wrestling DVD below:
Check out Kevin Jackson’s Freestyle Wrestling Fundamentals for more world class instruction.
The University of Iowa wrestling program, coached by Tom Brands and Terry Brands, have won 59 straight dual matches and continue to be the unanimous #1 team in the NWCA / USA Today Division I poll (2/9/2010). The full top 25 includes:
1. Iowa (Coached by Tom Brands and Terry Brands)
2. Iowa State (Coached by Kevin Jackson and Chris Bono)
3. Ohio State (Coached by Tom Ryan)
4. Oklahoma State (Coached by John Smith and Eric Guerrero)
5. Minnesota (Coached by J. Robinson)
6. Cornell (Coached by Rob Koll and Cory Cooperman)
7. Lehigh (Coached by Jon Trenge)
9. Maryland (Coached by Kerry McCoy)
10. Penn State
11. Central Michigan
12. Boise State
13. Indiana (Coached by Duane Goldman)
14. Oregon State
15. Wisconsin (Coached by Barry Davis)
16. Kent State
19. Cal Poly
20. Virginia Tech (Coached by Kevin Dresser)
Championship Productions is proud to announce the Kevin Jackson Championship Wrestling Coaches Clinic. Kevin Jackson, beginning his first season as Head Wrestling Coach at Iowa State University, will conduct a coaching clinic with his staff at Lied Recreation Center (ISU campus) on October 3, 2009. Here’s your chance to learn techniques from a top wrestling program AND view a real ISU wrestling practice
* SPECIAL * The first 100 registrants will receive a free instructional wrestling DVD of their choice (a $40 value)!
Iowa State head wrestling coach, Kevin Jackson, has announced that former Cyclone assistant coach and NCAA champion Chris Bono will join the Iowa State wrestling staff as an assistant coach. Bono comes to ISU from Tennessee-Chattanooga, where he’s been the head wrestling coach for the past three seasons. His teams have won three Southern Conference titles and he was the league’s Coach of the Year three times.