Champions will be in the house for the 2015 Northmor Fall Wrestling Camp, presented by Dan Reyes, Scott Carr and Premier Technique Wrestling.
Tom Ryan, head coach of the 2015 NCAA champion Ohio State wrestling squad, and Nathan Tomasello, who captured the NCAA title at 125 pounds for the Buckeyes, will be the guest clinicians at this year’s camp.
Entering his ninth season as head coach at Ohio State, Ryan has led the Buckeyes program to unprecedented success. His record at OSU is 113-42, including a 47-26 Big Ten mark. Ryan’s 2015 Buckeyes captured the program’s first Big Ten title in 64 years. The NCAA wrestling championship was the first in school history. In the wake of Ohio State’s historic 2015 title run, Ryan was voted Big Ten, National Wrestling Coaches Association and InterMat coach of the year.
Tomasello, a redshirt sophomore this season at Ohio State, finished his freshman campaign with a record of 33-4. He also won the Big Ten title at 125. His record against Big Ten competition during the regular season was 8-1.
Tomasello is a native of Parma, Ohio, and a graduate of Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, where he was a four-time Ohio High School Athletic Association state wrestling champion. He lost only five matches during his high school career. He is majoring in Pre-Sports Industry.
The camp will be held Saturday, Oct. 24 at the old Northmor High School gymnasium. Instruction will be provided from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The fee is $45 per camp participant. Checks should be made payable to Northmor Wrestling.
Each wrestler will be responsible for providing their own lunch. The camp is open to all ages. Campers are asked to arrive 15-20 minutes early to register.
For information, contact Dan Reyes at 419-689-5355, or Scott Carr at 740-361-1373.