Check out the David Taylor Wrestling Clinic on October 8

by tobin on October 3rd, 2016

Check out this great opportunity to learn technique from a few of the best.  David Taylor will be teaching technique at Hopkins High School this weekend.  Taylor was a 4x All-American, 4x Big Ten champion, and 2x NCAA national champion for Penn State.  Also teaching at the clinic will be former Gopher Dustin Schlatter (national champion and 3x All-American) and former Gopher David Thorn (2x All American).  Click here for registration information.

“Open Mat” wrestling room begins

by tobin on September 12th, 2016

“Open Mat” Wrestling Room

Every Monday (Starting Monday, September 12th)


This is an open practice room for athletes of all ages that gives wrestlers the opportunity to practice, improve, and get live wrestling action.  

While the Faribault Wrestling Association will have an adult supervisor on-hand at each session, they are not responsible for technique or workout sessions.  No coaching is allowed per the MSHSL rules.  However, we will have guest clinicians in our room from time to time.  We will post those names and dates as they are scheduled. 

The 2016-17 Captains have created a “workout practice plan” for athletes to follow.  This is located on the wrestling room whiteboard.  Take advantage of this opportunity and grab a partner(s) and begin today!  


This is not a structured activity or practice and is free to Faribault Wrestlers K-12!

***Again, we encourage you to bring a partner!!!

Join us at the 23rd Annual Golf Tourney!

by tobin on May 20th, 2016

Come on out and join us in support of Faribault Wrestling at the Legacy Golf Course on Friday, July 29.

Click here for the golf flyer

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Strength and Conditioning summer program

by tobin on May 13th, 2016

Click here for Strength and Conditional flyer

Tim Shiels joins dad in the National Wrestling Hall of Fame

by tobin on May 13th, 2016

Faribault’s Tim Shiels (1974 graduate) was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame-Minnesota Chapter, and joins his father Dick Shiels to become Minnesota’s first father-son combo in the Hall of Fame.  Dick was inducted to the Hall of Fame back in 2006.

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Chambers and Stoltz win NYWA State

by tobin on April 8th, 2016

Charlie Chambers and Riley Stoltz brought home NYWA State title hardware after winning their respective weight brackets.  In addition, Stoltz claimed the 7-8th Grade Outstanding Wrestler award by pinning all four of his opponents.  In the K-4th Grade State competition, JT Hausen and Bo Bokman each took 4th Place and Logan Vargo placed 6th.  In the NYWA Invite, the Green Machine had three more place-winners.  Aiden Tobin won his weight bracket, while Sam LaCanne and Bryce Nolen took 3rd Place.
The 7-8th Grade Team won three duals over the weekend to finish 10th out of the 32-team state team tournament.  The team also won the Paul Wolfe Sportsmanship Award.

NYWA State this weekend!

by tobin on March 29th, 2016

In addition to the 7-8th Grade team wrestling at NYWA State this weekend, the Green Machine will have four individuals wrestling in the 7-8th state tournament and three more in the K-6th state tournament.  Bo Bokman and Charlie Chambers advanced to NYWA State with first-place finishes at NYWA Regions, while Riley Stoltz, JT Hausen, and Elliott Viland advanced with second-place finishes.  Madden Paul and Will Erickson advance with third-place finishes.  Also wrestling this weekend at the NYWA Invite tournament by placing 4-6th place at NYWA Regions are Jayden Jirele, Logan Vargo, Trevor Holmberg, Cole Redding, Aiden Tobin, Bryce Nolen, Dylan Lippert, and Alex Hoy.  The 7-8th Grade Team will wrestle on Thursday and Friday afternoon.

Advancing to NYWA State are in the front row: Madden Paul, Bo Bokman, Elliott Viland, and JT Hausen.  Back row: Riley Stoltz, Will Erickson, and Charlie Chambers.

The 7-8th Grade team will wrestle this weekend at NYWA State pictured in front row: Riley Stoltz, Aiden Tobin, Jax Bokman, Cole Redding, Alex Hoy, and Sam LaCanne.  Back row: Bryce Nolen, Will Erickson, Dylan Lippert, Charlie Chambers, and Josh Oathoudt.  Not pictured: Gael Ramirez.