Southern Scuffle XI: FCA Breakfast

Thurs. Jan.2 in University Center

Monday, December 30, 2013

In the ongoing effort to showcase the Southern Scuffle as a premier event and not just a nationally-recognized collegiate wrestling tournament, the inaugural Fellowship of Christian Athletes Breakfast will be held Thurs. Jan. 2 in the Tennessee Room in the UTC University Center beginning at 7:30 a.m.

Former NCAA All-American J.D Bergman (Ohio State) will be the emcee and former Ohio State coach and NCAA champion Carl Perry is scheduled as the featured speaker.

Perry is currently the National Director of FCA Wrestling.

The public is invited and the cost is $10.

A former associate head coach at Illinois, Perry was a 2000 NCAA champion and two-time All-American at Illinois.

Registration is available at https://fca.webconnex.com/southernscufflebreakfast

Southern Scuffle XI

Jan.1  - 9 a.m. - round of 64

Noon -  round of 32

5:45 p.m. - round of 16

Jan.2

9 a.m. - Championship Quarterfinals

1:30 p.m. -  Championship Semifinals

5 p.m - Flips Clinic with Jordan Oliver in Maclellan Gym

7 p.m. -  Championship Finals

 

contact B.B. Branton at william.branton@comcast.net


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