Lehigh Valley Wrestling Club mixes high-level men’s freestyle athletes with elite women’s talent to host St. Luke’s Wrestling Clinic in Allentown

By Mike Willis, USA Wrestling | Oct. 17, 2019, 1:08 p.m. (ET)

Graphic courtesy of Lehigh Valley Wrestling Club

Bethlehem Pa. – The Lehigh Valley Wrestling Club (LVWC), in conjunction with Saint Luke’s University Health Network, will be hosting the firstSt. Luke’s Wrestling Clinic” for male and female wrestlers from grades 3-12.

The clinic will be held at St. Luke’s Fitness and Sports Performance Center in Allentown, Saturday, October 19. The clinic will run from 9 a.m.-12 p.m., with an hour autograph session to follow the wrestling. The cost per participant is $50.

The men’s freestyle clinicians from the LVWC include Lehigh NCAA champions Darian Cruz and Zach Rey. Cruz is currently a member of the U.S. National Team at 57 kg, while Rey is a four-time National Team member and 2015 World Team member. Rey currently is an assistant coach at Lehigh University and with the LVWC.

Also featured, are LVWC athletes Chance Marsteller, a four-time Pennsylvania state champion and two-time All-American for Lock Haven, and three-time NCAA qualifier Mario Mason.

Additionally, the LVWC is bringing in a star-studded group of female wrestlers, headlined by five-time World champion Adeline Gray. Fresh off her most recent gold medal in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan this September, Gray is the only American wrestler to win five World titles.

The other women include 2018 World silver medalist and current World Team member Sarah Hildebrandt and 2018 World bronze medalist and current National Team member Mallory Velte.

To register, visit the LVWC website here.