Q&A Athlete Spotlight: Anthony Noto

Anthony Noto on his wrestling journey at Lock Haven:

"I do believe that I exemplify the notion that you don’t need a big school to find success and compete with the nation’s best. All you need is a wrestling room and a coach that believes in you and pushes you every single day. The culture and atmosphere in the Lock Haven Wrestling room is a breeding ground for excellence and the coaches play an integral role in cultivating this environment."

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Q&A Athlete Spotlight: Jared Franek
Jared Franek on his big move and taking on a leadership role as a Hawkeye:

"I believe my experience and skills will allow me to fit right into the Hawkeye lineup and make a major impact right away both in competition and leadership. I have always taken being a leader as one of my duties at NDSU and look to lead by example in Iowa as well."
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Q&A Athlete Spotlight: Ty Eise

Ty Eise on his experience wrestling at Colorado powerhouse Ponderosa High School, which has a strong tradition of producing the nation's best athletes:

"Wrestling for Ponderosa High School has been a dream of mine since I was young and wrestling for their youth program. I was blessed to be able to come in and make an impact on the program. The room is full of great wrestlers and we all push one another. Our continued success is a direct reflection on the coaches we are fortunate enough to have. We have one of the best coaching staffs in the nation."

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