Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center will host the U.S. Open and FILA Junior National Wrestling Championships from April 22-25.
The U.S. Open (Senior) Wrestling Championships takes place Friday and Saturday and the men’s Junior FILA Cadet National Championships is Thursday and Sunday.
A tournament schedule is available at www.USOpenCleveland.com.
The nation’s best men’s freestyle, women’s freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestlers will battle for national titles and All-American honors at the U.S. Open. The Men’s FILA Junior National Championships include the nation’s top wrestlers who are 17-20 years of age, competing in freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling.
Area wrestlers expected to compete:
FILA JUNIOR GRECO-ROMAN
Shayne Stewart (Mogadore), Cleveland Wrestling Club, Cleveland State
High School Athletes:
Alfredo Gray (Wadsworth) / EBW, Wadsworth
Joe Schindel (Archbishop Hoban)
Ryan Fowler (Cloverleaf )
Ty Mitch (Aurora)
Beau Wenger (Fairless)
SENIOR MEN’S FREESTYLE
Zachary Zupancic (Barberton), Cleveland Wrestling Club, Cleveland
Brenden Barlow, Golden Pride WC, Kent
Sli Bostelman, Golden Pride WC, Kent
Ryan Buckner, Golden Pride WC, Kent
Dustin Kilgore, Golden Pride WC, Kent
Dan Mitcheff, Golden Pride WC, Kent
Obie Simpson, Golden Pride WC, Kent
Ross Tice, Golden Pride WC, Kent
Keith Witt, Golden Pride WC, Kent
Note: The top seven in each weight class from the U.S. Open qualify for the World Team Trials in Council Bluffs, Iowa, June 11-12. The Men’s FILA Junior National Championships is a qualifying event for the FILA Junior World Team Trials in Colorado Springs, Colorado, May 21-22.
Ticket Information: Tickets can be purchased through TicketMaster.com or by visiting CSU’s Wolstein Center Box Office at 2000 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio.
All Session Tickets:
Adults (13 years old and up) - $50
Youth (3-12 years old) - $35
Adults (13 years old and up) - $18
Youth (3 – 12 years old) - $10
*Ages 3 and under are FREE
Television: The Big Ten Network will broadcast the 2010 ASICS U.S. Open Wrestling Championships April 25, 27 and 29. The broadcast will cover the championship finals in all three Olympic styles: men’s freestyle, women’s freestyle and Greco-Roman.]ep