BRISTOL, Tenn. – King College Men's Wrestling will host a four-day skills camp for boys of all ages from June 17-21. The camp will take place at the Student Center Complex on the King College campus. Registration is currently open.
The nationally-ranked King College men's wrestling team will host its sixth annual summer skills camp for area wrestlers of all ages. The camp is open to residents ages 11-18 and commuters of all ages. The camp will take place between June 17-21 at the Student Center Complex (Bristol, Tenn.) and work with campers on an individual basis to improve technique and provide live sessions to enhance their skills. Coaching staff and team members of the Tornado will be in attendance to provide instruction.
Registration for the summer camp is now open. Registration has been extended until the first day of camp, with walkups welcome. Campers may register online or send in a registration form. Liability forms can be found with online registration or provided upon check in.
Those interested may sign up on an individual basis, though team rates are available for 10 or more campers. For information on team rates or other questions regarding the camp, please contact Head Coach Nate Moorman by phone at 423-652-6346, or download the registration brochure.
All payments and registration forms that are being mailed may be made out to the following address:
King College Wrestling
1350 King College Road
Bristol, TN 37620
King College featured four individuals that advanced to the NCAA Division II National Championships, held in Pueblo, Colo. The Tornado crowned its first two NCAA All-Americans in Frank Morgan (197 lb.) and Tywan Claxton (141 lb.), who finished fifth and seventh, respectively. King finished 22nd overall as a team, but topped the national charts as high as 11th in the country during the season.