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Important Schedule Information
Effective Sunday, July 31st, Mat Assassins will be changing our schedule to Sunday through Thursday nights. Times will remain at 6pm to 8pm. Coaching will be done by West Scranton's Mike Fashouer on Sundays and John Burgette Monday through Thursday. There's no time like now to start preparing for next season. Your opponent probably is...
David Taylor Special Guest Clinic Coming to Mat Assassins!
Mat Assassins is very excited to announce that four time National Champion and former Penn State wrestler DAVID TAYLOR will be doing a two hour clinic at Mat Assassins on Tuesday, August 15th, from 6 to 8 pm. The cost will be $50 per student. Limit of 60 participants. You can reserve your spot by emailing John@MatAssassins.com.
Don't miss your chance to meet one of the greatest collegiate wrestlers of all time.
Here we are committed to providing wrestlers a positive learning environment that will develop skills and techniques to have a successful wrestling career; elementary through college.
Mat Assassins Coaching Staff is ready to provide a personal coaching experience to help develop skill levels to compete and win. Statistics have shown that the only thing that makes one wrestler better than another is the amount of time spent in coaching and training.
Now is a good time to get an early start to the upcoming wrestling season. Come on in and try our gym for a free one week trial period. We are an open membership gym, your monthly dues covers as many sessions as you can attend. Stop in or email for more information.
As you sow, so shall you reap.
We will also be developing an elite traveling team to represent Mat Assassins Wrestling Club. Beneficiaries would get to travel to national tournaments sponsored by Mat Assassins.
Keep in mind our goal at the Mat Assassins Wrestling Club is to develop young athletes and citizens, along the way we aim to increase wrestling awareness in the state, and put Scranton on the map of wrestling throughout the Northeast. If we as coaches keep these wrestlers intereseted in the sport, make them tougher, have fun, develop self esteem, and confidence to be used later in life, than we have done our job. A few state champs along the way would also be great.