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8 Jun 2016

PREVIEW: 2016 AAU Scholastic Duals

PREVIEW: 2016 AAU Scholastic Duals

The 2016 AAU Wrestling Scholastic Duals will take place June 11th through the 17th at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The event is expecting to see over 130 teams from nearly 20 states.

Weigh-ins will be held on Saturday, June 11th from 10am-2pm for the District All-star & Developmental Division and on Monday, June 13th from 10am-2pm for both Community Divisions. Your team’s exact weigh in time can be found here.

A coaches meeting will be held on Saturday, June 11th at 5pm for the District All-star & Developmental Division and on Monday, June 13th at 5pm for the both Community Divisions.

Further, all athletes and coaches must have a current AAU membership upon arrival to the event. Memberships will NOT be sold on-site at the event.

This event will not have an opening ceremony.

Results from this event will be available on trackwrestling.com

Photos from last year’s Scholastic Duals can be viewed here.

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