Dont Miss Out! Limited Space. Happening in Lincroft on July 19th & 20th, Elite Wrestling NJ in partnership with FlipsWrestling will be hosting Penn State’s David Taylor. Known as the MagicMan, David Taylor is one of the United States incredibles representing today and the future of USA Wrestling. Taylor’s 2014 accolades were stunning: Hodge Trophy Award (won twice during his career), NCAA National Champion (for the second time), NCAA Finalist (for the fourth time), NCAA All-American (for the fourth time), Big Ten Wrestler of the Year (for the third time), NCAA Most Dominant Wrestler Award, NCAA Championships Outstanding Wrestler, Big Ten Champion (Penn State’s first four-time Big Ten Champion, joining Ruth with that honor), three-time Big Ten Wrestler of the Week, Academic All-Big Ten (for the fourth time), NWCA First Team All-Academic (for the fourth time), Capital One First Team Academic All-American.
Event Details: Date: July 19th & 20th
Location: 850 Newman Springs Rd. Lincroft, NJ (Elite Wrestling – Lincroft)
Morning Session 9:30 – 11:30am Elem/MS
Afternoon Session 1:30 – 3:00pm High School
Autographs, Pictures, Lunch Session 11:30 – 1:30pm
Free Give-Aways Signed M2 FlipsWrestling Headphones, Signature FlipsWrestling Team Apparel
Registration Fee Cost is $120 per wrestler, registration includes Two 2hr Instructional Sessions, Lunch, signed DT Wrestling Poster and a pair of David Taylor Signature M2 Socks
Walk-In: We will be taking registration at door, no partial registrations
Mail-In: Payable to Elite Wrestling LLC 263 Jackson Pines Rd. Jackson, NJ 08527
Courtyard Lincroft Red Bank
245 Half Mile Rd, Red Bank, NJ, US, 07701
700 Newman Springs Rd, Lincroft, NJ, US, 07738
More About David “Magic Man” Taylor, son of Dave and Kathy Taylor, was born in Reno,NV but raised in St. Paris, Ohio and won his four Ohio State titles for Paris-Graham High School, where he also won the prestigious Dave Schultz National Award while earning High Honors. He’s a Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Major with a Business Minor and a 3.5 GPA. He relaxes sometimes with a Frisbee and a chipotle meal, while listening to Eminem, and Rap. He got caught and pinned in the NCAA final at 157, last March, but that was his only loss of the season and didn’t dim the luster of his astonishing Freshman achievements recognized in many awards including Big 10 Freshman and Wrestler of the Year and Penn State’s Outstanding Wrestler. It’s hard to imagine a greater honor than being named the best on a team of stars that became the NCAA Champs of 2011. His career numbers are a testament to Taylor’s dominance throughout a landmark collegiate wrestling career. He leaves Penn State as a member of four NCAA Championship teams and four Big Ten Championships teams. Taylor went 34-0 this season to end the year as the nation’s lone unbeaten Division I wrestler and closed out his career with a 134-3 record. His 97.8 career win percentage included an all-time Penn State best 53 pins (ties a school record), 42 technical falls and 30 majors, meaning 125 of his 137 career matches were won by a major or better. Taylor never lost in a dual meet and was a perfect 56-0 all-time against Big Ten competition. This past week it was announced that David Taylor is one of five athletes nominated for a 2014 ESPY award as Best Male College Athlete of the Year, award sponsor ESPN announced Tuesday. The awards, presented for outstanding achievements in sport by ESPN, will be presented on Wednesday, July 16 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern on ESPN.