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Stephan Abas
3-Time NCAA Champion

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Stephan Abas

Stephan Abas

Stephan Abas is a four time CA state placer and three time champion as well as a four time NCAA DI placer and three time champion. On top of this phenomenal success in folkstyle he went on to receive a silver medal in Athens in the 2004 Olympics. 

Articles and Pages:

Abas named Freestyle Development
Coach for USA CA

Wikipedia page 

Stephan Abas Official Website 

CSU Alumni page

Joe Heskett Information

Joe Heskett is currently the head coach at Army (click here for his profile on the Army website). Heskett was an assistant at Ohio State prior to being named the Army head coach. While at Ohio he competed on the US National team until he was diagnosed with a heart condition (click here for story). You can click the Highlights video in the video list to see all of Heskett's accomplishments. If you would like to know more about who Joe Heskett is check out this blog


Mark Branch

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