UTC's Heath Eslinger to Speak at Quarterback Club

Monday, November 12, 2012

UTC wrestling coach Heath Eslinger is the scheduled speaker at today's Chattanooga Quarterback Club luncheon at Finley Stadium at noon.

Lunch is $10 and the public is invited.

Eslinger is in his fourth season as the Mocs head coach and will discuss the upcoming home matches this Friday with No.2 Iowa and Cumberland University.

The Mocs had a good showing at the Wolfpack Open this past weekend with two champions and six other medalists.

Eslinger was a two-time state champion at Bradley Central High School and a three-time Southern Conference champion at UTC.


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