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America's Wrestling Radio Talk Show travels back to our Home based Brute Adidas studios in Des Moines for a much needed catch up program. We've been on the road at America's college wrestling programs the past many weeks and return in time for this weekend's Sold Out Iowa V. Iowa State meet. Joining me in studio: Jeff Murphy, Steve Foster and Matt Kaldenberg. There's a lot going on in wrestling along side this monster event that we must talk about. Listen 9 AM to 11 AM CST Saturdays at Takedownradio.com
Special Programming note
This program will be filmed and will air on Thematchannel.com and Mat-Magazine.com for the first time.
Our scheduled guests on the show include:
Cael Sanderson- Head Coach Iowa State University. Sanderson is his second year as the head wrestling coach at Iowa State University. As an athlete, Sanderson won four NCAA titles for Iowa State University and compiled a career record of 159-0. He is the only Division I wrestler to win four NCAA titles and complete his college career undefeated. Sanderson also won a gold medal at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.
Iowa and Iowa State will face each other in a dual meet on December 9th at 2 p.m. in Ames.
Jarad Swint-Head Coach of Cumberland University of Tenn. Swint enters his fifth season as the head coach of the Bulldog wrestling program. Since being at Cumberland, he has produced five All-Americans, one National Champion and nine Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athletes. In 2004, the Bulldogs led the nation in Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athletes with four. The 2006 recruiting class was ranked 12th by USA Wrestling among non-Division I recruiting classes. At the 2006, NCAA I Nationals, Swint was awarded the NWCA Bob Bubb Coaching Excellence Award for qualities and characteristics as a role model and mentor for developing young student athletes. In December 2006, Cumberland University broke ground on a $154,000, 4,800-square-foot building for which Swint established the foundation through his diligent fundraising work.
Dale Bonsall- A 1957 graduate, of Collingswood where he compiled a modest 39-16-2 record and finished third in South Jersey his senior year under Hall of Famer Sam Coursen, Bonsall went to West Chester University where he was 38-14-1 and fourth in the Pennsylvania State College Conference championships his senior year. Bonsall, who was co-captain of his senior teams in high school and college, has been involved in wrestling for over 40 years. Following graduation from WCU in ?61, Bonsall coached seven years in the Haverford (PA) School District, with five of those seven teams undefeated. He was an assistant coach at West Chester University for 17 years, helping produce one All-American and three East Coast Conference championships. He was head coach at West Chester in 1987 before the university dropped the sport. Loves wooden Boats. Coached at Fox Catcher.
William K. Bauer- Author of Wrestling: A Boy's First Book, available through Amazon.com joins us to discuss this great little book. It's perfect for the first time reader and adult reading to a little wrestler.
Jamie Moffatt- Author of Wrestler's at the Trials, available through WrestlersAtTheTrials.com. This great historical look at the trials is a must have for all wrestling fans and historians. Wrestler in Pa as a kid and then at Cornell University in College.
Jarious K. Hammond- Author of the History of Collegiate Wrestling, possibly the most comprehensive compilation of collegiate statistics and facts since the beginning of collegiate wrestling in 1903.
Available at WrestlingHallOfFame.org
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