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Meet our Senior Level Athletes training hard every day to become Olympic and World Champions.

Our Athletes


  • Joey Mckenna

    In addition to an amazing college career that includes an NCAA finals appearance and three All-American honors, Joey McKenna brings a wealth of international experience and accolades to the PRTC. He is a four-time age group World Team member, a US Open Champion and two-time world medalist at the junior and U23 levels. Joey’s accomplishments include:

    3x Prep National Champion

    3x All-American for Stanford & Ohio State

    2x Pac-12 Champion

    2x Big Ten Champion

    3x NWCA Scholar All-American & 2x Academic All-Big Ten NCAA Finalist

    3x Fargo Champion (Greco-Roman)

    2x Fargo Finalist (Freestyle)

    US Cadet World Team Member

    2x US Junior World Team Member

    2014 – Junior World Silver Medalist

    2017 – U23 Bronze Medalist

    2018 – US Open Champion

    2018 – Final X Runner-Up

    2019 – US Open Runner-Up, Fourth at Bill Farrell International, Second at Last Chance Qualifier

    2020 – Third at Senior Nationals, Seventh at Matteo Pellicone International

    2021 – Second at Olympic Team Trials, Bronze at Matteo Pellicone International, Ninth at Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix, Ninth at International Ukrainian Tournament, Pan American Champion, Bronze at Poland Open, Second at World Team Trials

    2023 - Kunayev D. A Champion at 65kg

  • Doug Zapf

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  • Tyler Berger

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  • Jordan Burroughs

    Jordan is one of the greatest American Freestyle wrestlers of all time. With five World and Olympic titles to his name, Jordan is one behind Bruce Baumgartner and John Smith who each have six. Jordan was raised in the Philadelphia area and attended Winslow Township High School in Sicklerville, New Jersey. He won a high school state championship before heading to Nebraska where he would become a two time National Champion. His international experience speaks for itself:

    Olympic Experience

    2012 – Olympic Champion

    2016 – US Olympic Team Member

    World Championship Experience

    4x Senior World Champion (2011, 2013, 2015, 2017)

    2x Senior World Bronze Medalist (2014, 2018)

    2008 – 10th at Junior World Championships

    Other Career Highlights

    2x Final X Champion (2018, 2019)

    7x World Team Member (2011, 2013-15, 2017-19)

    6x World Cup Gold Medalist (2012-2015, 2017-18)

    3x Pan American Games Champion (2011, 2015, 2019)

    4x Pan American Champion (2014, 2016, 2018, 2019)

    3x U.S. Open Champion (2011, 2013, 2014)

    2x NCAA Champion for Nebraska (2009, 2011)

    Dan Hodge Trophy Winner – Nation’s Top College Wrestler (2011)

    USA Wrestling Freestyle Wrestler of the Year (2011, 2012, 2013)

    USOC Male Olympic Athlete of the Year (2015)

  • David McFadden

    On pace to become the PRTC’s first four-time NCAA All-American before his senior season was cut short because of the coronavirus pandemic, David McFadden was a Junior National freestyle finalist as well as a U23 World Team Member. David’s accolades include:

    2x New Jersey High School State Champion

    3x NCAA All-American for Virginia Tech

    4x NCAA Qualifier (Senior Year Cut Short)

    2x ACC Champion

    Fargo Junior National Finalist

    2018 – U23 World Team Member

    2020 – U23 National Champion

  • Mark Hall

    Mark Hall is known as one of the most winning wrestlers to come out of the state of Minnesota and brings a highly decorated resume along with international experience to the PRTC. Hall has been dominant at every stage of his career winning six individual & team state titles while in high school, multiple age group world titles (while coached under Coach Slay), an NCAA title, and much more. Mark’s accomplishments include:

    6x Minnesota State Champion (individual)

    6x Minnesota State Champions (team)

    2016 – #1 College Wrestling Recruit

    2017 – NCAA Champion

    3x NCAA Finalist

    3x Big 10 Champion

    2014 – Cadet World Champion

    2016 – Junior World Champion

    2017 – Junior World Champion

    2018 – Pan Americans Champion

    2021 – US Senior Nationals Champion

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