College Clinic


The College Clinic is a week-long series of 2-hour sessions with coaches who are actively coaching NCAA college teams.  This is a great opportunity to build relationships with coaches that actively recruit in our area.  Each session is run by a coach from a specific college.  Each wrestler will be exposed to wrestling technique that works right now at the next level.  Additionally, each wrestler will be exposed to the coaching style and intensity level that they will experience on a regular basis as the move on to the college ranks.  Some clinics will include a live session that may include goes with some of the wrestlers from the team or maybe even the coach themselves.  Be prepared to work hard.

Eligible Wrestlers – Suggested that attendees have 2 or more years of wrestling experience – Open to any and all entrants

Dates: July 29 – August 1

(Expected schedule, changes may occur last minute)

  1. Monday Noon – 2 PM – Ryan Hunsberger – VMI
  2. Monday 3 – 5 PM – Roy Hill – Marymount
  3. Tuesday Noon – 2 PM – Alex Clemsen – Maryland
  4. Tuesday 3 – 5 PM – Cliff Moore – WVU
  5. Wednesday Noon – 2 PM – Frank Beasely – George Mason
  6. Wednesday 3 – 5 PM – Alex Turley – Averett
  7. Thursday Noon – 2 PM – Joey Dance – American
  8. Thursday 3 – 5 PM – Blake Rosenbaum – Roanoke

To attend the College Clinic, wrestlers are required to sign up and pay for the full week, as individual day registration is not available due to limited capacity. The schedules for college coaches often change last-minute due to a variety of factors.  As a result, the coaching lineup for the College Coaches Clinic is subject to change at any time from now through the end of camp.

Learn more about this year’s guest coaches on the COACHES PAGE

Keel Camps are run with the you’re-on-your-own format, so make sure you bring everything you’ll need to include water, food if there are breaks, and any gear you might need.  Trainers are normally not available during the clinics.  Parents are welcome to OBSERVE but should refrain from participating, coaching, or interacting with their wrestler during the clinic without prior permission.  Keel Camps are not resident camps.

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We have attended Coach Keel's camps for at least 4 years in a row. Its that good and we learn new things each time. Matt is great with kids, is an excellent communicator, and has a great sense of humor.

John Sykes

My son attended one of your camps...perhaps the most significant wrestling camp he has attended. He developed not only great leg riding ability, but great balance as well; he is like a "tick" on top, kids simply can't reverse him or get him out of legs. He now dominates kids that used to beat him. He is simply a much better wrestler.

Paul Dubois

The kids really liked the camp and certainly learned a different style than what were use to wrestling

Pat Ancil