Jared Frayer, Assistant Wrestling Coach at Virginia Tech, will be hosting a freestyle clinic on April 14 at George Mason High School in Falls Church. The clinic will feature two sessions:
Fundamentals of Freestyle - 11am to 1pm
Advanced Freestyle Techniques - 2pm to 4pm
Dual Freestyle Competition - 4pm to 6pm. After the clinic, the Force Freestyle Club will be hosting a dual freestyle competition for the clinic attendees who are interested. There is no guaranteed match for any participate -the Force will simply attempt to find a match for each attendee with another wrestler of similar age, weight and skill.
Cost is $45. Registration limited to 50 wrestlers. Please visit the "Register and Pay" section of our website to sign up.
Jared Frayer is a former Olympian, NCAA Division I finalist, two-time NCAA Division I All-American and is currently an assistant wrestling coach at Virginia Tech University.
A two-time team captain and a two-time Academic All-Big 12 honoree at the University of Oklahoma, Frayer was the NCAA Division I runner-up at 149 pounds as a senior in 2002. He was also the recipient of the Wade Schalles award in 2000 for recording the most pins of any collegiate wrestler that season.
On the international stage, Frayer represented the United States at the 2012 London Olympics wrestling freestyle at 66 kg.
Frayer was also the 2010 U.S. Open Champion and was named to the United States national team five times. At the U.S. World and Olympic Team Trials, he turned in seven top six finishes.
Prior to joining the Virginia Tech coaching staff, Frayer was an assistant coach at his alma mater, Oklahoma, and before that he spent time as an assistant coach at Wisconsin, served as the strength and conditioning coach at the University of Iowa and was an assistant coach for three years at Harvard University.