Feb
2021
23
Featured News / Ben Honis / Dan Vallimont / Ethan Lizak / Mauro Correnti / Summit 2

34 matches announced for February 25 Summit 2 hosted by PRTC and WIBN Philadelphia

The Pennsylvania Regional Training Center and the Wrestlers in Business Network Philadelphia Chapter are...
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Jul
2019
25
BTS Philly / Penn Wrestling / Pennsylvania RTC

Pennsylvania RTC 2019 Fargo Recap

Pennsylvania Regional Training Center wrestlers brought home eight medals from the prestigious USMC/USAW National Championships in Fargo, North Dakota last week. Leading the way were Junior Greco-Roman champion Angel Garcia and Junior men’s freestyle runner-up Cole Urbas. Angel is the PRTC’s first Fargo champion and one of four Beat the Streets Philadelphia wrestlers to earn … Continued

Feb
2017
22
Chase Pami / Dan Vallimont / Drexel Wrestling / Penn Wrestling / Pennsylvania RTC

PRTC Exhibition at Penn VS. Drexel Match Covered by Flowrestling

Sunday, February 19th, the PRTC brought freestyle action to the collegiate dual scene. At halftime of the annual Penn vs. Drexel dual meet, PRTC athletes Chase Pami and Dan Vallimont took on Lehigh Valley Wrestling Club members, Mario Mason and Nestor Taffur. Both Regional Training Center wrestlers won their matches 2-1 and 14-10 respectively. You can … Continued

Feb
2017
08
Brandon Slay / Chase Pami / Drexel Wrestling / Penn Wrestling / Pennsylvania RTC

PRTC Social Following Annual Penn vs. Drexel Dual

The Pennsylvania Regional Training Center would like to invite fans, supporters, and student athletes to come out and attend the annual Penn vs. Drexel dual meet on Sunday, February 19th, starting at 1pm at the Palestra. Penn suffered their first loss to Drexel in over 25 years last season and will be looking to return … Continued

Apr
2016
06
2016 Olympic Games / Drexel Wrestling / Penn Wrestling / Pennsylvania RTC

Brandon Slay named Executive Director & Head Coach of PRTC

University of Pennsylvania alumnus Brandon Slay, a gold medalist in freestyle wrestling at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, will assume responsibilities as Executive Director and Head Coach of the Pennsylvania Regional Training Center based in Philadelphia. Slay graduated from Penn’s prestigious Wharton School of Business in 1998, with a dual concentration in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management. … Continued

Oct
2015
29
Canaan Bethea / Penn Wrestling / Pennsylvania RTC

Canaan Bethea joins the Pennsylvania RTC as a Full-Time Athlete

We are proud to announce that Canaan Bethea is now training at the Pennsylvania Regional Training Center. We are supporting him in his dream to compete at the U.S. Open and Olympic trials, in hopes of qualifying for the 2016 Olympics. Canaan has a history of being one of the best wrestlers in the nation. … Continued

Sep
2015
01
Drexel Wrestling / Penn Wrestling / Pennsylvania RTC

PRTC Attends the 2015 World Team Training Camp

The PRTC recently returned from Colorado Springs where the Olympic Training Center and Air Force Academy co-hosted the 2015 World Team Training Camp. Along with our resident athletes, several Penn and Drexel wrestlers made the trek to train with some of the best wrestlers in the world! The camp included two workouts per day over … Continued

Jul
2015
23
Dan Mitcheff / Drexel Wrestling / Penn Wrestling / Pennsylvania RTC / Richard Perry

PRTC Practice

Penn and Drexel have collaborated to become the FIRST RTC of its kind in the country to include two college programs working in unison to develop athletes! We want to work to become the “Gold Standard” as a Regional Training Center nationwide. This includes both the incorporation of the best practices from other RTC’s, as well … Continued

Mar
2015
12
EIWA / Penn Wrestling

2015 Penn Wrestling EIWA Recap

Image and Post from PennAthletics.com BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The University of Pennsylvania wrestling team placed seven wrestlers at the 2015 EIWA Championships, led by Canaan Bethea, runner-up at 197 pounds. As a team, Penn finished fifth overall with 78 team points. Three Penn grapplers have earned automatic qualifying spots to the NCAA Championships – Canaan … Continued