Brian Roddy helped lead St. Edward to a national title in 2007. Brian has made the finals in Junior freestyle after moving up a weight and projected to start for the Wildcats of Northwestern in 2009-2010
There is no "type" of wrestler that Ben can be catagorized as. He has created a whole new genre that is unique with his rolling and pinning style. Ben over the last two years of his college career was flawless. His first two years were not half bad either, each time going losing in the finals of the NCAA tournament. Ben Askren will mostly be remembered for the entertaining fashion he wrestled his matches. He always had fun and always put on a show for the fans. In 2008 he won the U.S. Nationals and Olympic trials and competed in the Bejing games. Since then he has continued on as an volunteer wrestling coach and has begun training mma at American Top Team in Columbia, MO. His first fight is likely to be in early 2009.
Dennis Hastert spent his life around wrestling as either a competitor or a coach. Even when he was the House Speaker he was called coach and used his skills of wrestling to try and make progress in Congress.
One of the better refs in the country. Gary Kessel has officiated the NCAA Finals.