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A benefit of the SWC training at the Southern Regional Olympic Training Center is the access to world class camps, clinicians, and visitors!

jordan Burroughs

2012 Olympic Gold Medalist

4 x World Champion

Current member of USA World Team 74 kg

Jordan, was also a two-time NCAA Division I  national champion at Nebraska,captain of the the 2016 Olympic team.

He visited the Scorpion Wrestling Club July 2018  to mentor the young wrestlers and teach them his signature double leg.

jamill kelly

2004 Olympic Silver Medalist

Current assistant coach at Arizona State University

(formerly at Stanford University)

Kelly, was also a two-year starter and team captain at Oklahoma State, traveled to the 2012 Olympics in London as part of the support staff for USA Wrestling. He also coached the U.S. Junior World Freestyle Team in 2007 and on the U.S. Freestyle Tour Team in 2006.

He visited the Scorpion Wrestling Club December 2017  to speak and mentor the young wrestlers.

iowa wrestling camp

Mark Perry

Current Head Coach of the Hawkeye Wrestling Club

2 x NCAA Division I National Champion

4 x NCAA Division I All American

Cory Clark

2017 NCAA Division I National Champion

4 x NCAA Division I All American

 

The SROTC hosted the University of Iowa Wrestling Camp summer 2017 with SWC members in attendance

Wrestling at the Next Level !

SWC prepares it's members to continue wrestling at the high school and college level by focusing on the process of long term development of skills and passion for the sport 

SWC has a long record of success and proven methods demonstrated by the number of alumni which wrestled at the highest levels

Alumni include team members of NCAA Division 1, 2, and 3 universities as well as NAIA and Community College programs and the US World Team!

 

We proudly hang those pennants and flags in our facility

FOCUS ON THE PROCESS

EACH INDIVIDUALS EXPERIENCE MATTERS