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Fittery Clinic
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Camp Philosophy
This camp will incorporate everything from new technique to drilling to live wrestling. Coach Fittery runs a high paced room and you will learn new tweaks and techniques that will be able to use right away in competition. This clinic will feature Steve Fittery along with Ganbayar Sanjaa and David Terao! Coach Steve Fittery ~ 150-20 College Record ~ 4x NCAA All-American ~ 4x Academic All-American ~ 2x Midlands Champ ~ EIWA Champ ~ PSAC Champ Coach Ganbayar Sanjaa is a two-time All-American. Lucas Malmberg from Messiah is a 3x Division 3 National Finalist and won the championship this year with a major decision in the finals. He's great with kids.

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Price: $30.00
Team Price: $15.00
Minimum for Team: 4
Family Price: $20.00
Minimum for Family: 2
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Quick Facts
Instructor
  Steve Fittery
From
  Lock Haven
Camp Director
  Matt Keel
Registration Deadline
  Apr 17, 2016
Start Date
  Apr 17, 2016
End Date
  Apr 17, 2016
Camp Type
  Training
Focus
  Freestyle Greco
Skill Level
  All
Posted on
  Apr 3, 2016
Schedule Details
The wrestling room is a separate building on the hill behind the school. Park between the cemetery and the building.
Additional Details

This clinic will feature Steve Fittery along with Ganbayar Sanjaa and David Terao! Lucas Malmberg from Messiah is a 3x Division 3 National Finalist and won the championship this year with a major decision in the finals. He's great with kids. Ganbayar Sanjaa was a two-time All-American as a competitor at American University. Sanjaa placed sixth at the NCAA Championships in 2012 after a season that saw him go 25-6 at 157 pounds. He placed second at the Midlands Championships, participated in the NWCA All-Star Classic and finished third at the EIWA Championships. In 2011, Sanjaa took fourth in the NCAA Championships after a 26-8 mark. He defeated four ranked opponents over the course of that season and took second at the Keystone Classic. Sanjaa also earned Academic All-American honors from the NWCA. Before transferring to American, Sanjaa competed for Colby Community College and won the 2009 NJCAA National Championship and was a finalist in 2010. He was a two-time NJCAA Academic All-American and earned the Sportsmanship Award at the NJCAA National Tournament. Steve Fittery was named the new assistant wrestling coach at Lock Haven University on August 14, 2013. Fittery, a former standout collegiate wrestler at both Shippensburg University and American University, has had recent collegiate coaching stints at both the University of Maryland and American. During the 2012-13 season, Fittery was on Maryland’s staff and helped lead three Terps to Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) individual championships. This past season, Maryland had one All-American and finished 27th at the 2013 NCAA Championships in Des Moines, Iowa. Fittery, a 2011 graduate of American University coached at his alma mater during the 2011-12 season. During the season, he helped lead two American Eagles to All-American status. American finished 19th at the 2012 NCAA Championships and took a program-best, third-place at the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA) Championships during that same season. Fittery earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics & Secondary Education from American in 2011. While at American, Fittery enjoyed a standout career both academically and athletically. At American, Fittery was a two-time All-American finishing third in 2011 and fifth in 2010. He was named the American University Male Athlete of the Year in 2011. Fittery was the 2011 EIWA Champion and a two-time Midlands Champion. Prior to his career at American, Fittery spent several seasons at Shippensburg. While competing for the Red Raiders, he was a two-time NCAA Division II National Runner-up. He was named the Shippensburg Freshman-Athlete of the Year in 2007 and the Shippensburg Male-Athlete of the Year in 2008. He was the 2008 PSAC Champion and was a two-time East Region Champion. Most impressive, Fittery was a four-time First Team Academic All-American during his career as a student-athlete at both Shippensburg and American. Having spent time coaching at the collegiate level, Fittery also brings with him a strong camp and youth coaching background. During High School, Fittery was a two-time Pennsylvania state place-winner at Cocalico.

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Location

Facility: Warren County Middle School
Room: Wrestling Room
Parking: The wrestling room is a separate building on the hill behind the school. Park between the cemetery and the building.
Address: 240 Luray Ave
City: Front Royal
State: VA
Zip: 22630