As the 2023 and 2024 wrestling season approaches, Clackamas Community College is determined to maintain its success both on and off the mat. Under the leadership of second-year head wrestling coach, Brett Sanchez, this year's wrestling squad is committed to becoming top-level student-athletes and representing the program and college at a high level. Clackamas Community College has won six National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Championships (1971, 2011, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022). Last season, the Cougars won their 10th consecutive Region 18 Team Championship, and Brett Sanchez was voted Coach of the Year in the Region. Although the team did not win at the NJCAA National Championships, they brought back three NJCAA National All-Americans, including the National Champion at 165lbs, Steele Starren.

This past spring, Brett Sanchez hired three more wrestling coaches to help elevate the program and propel it back into the mix to finish on top at the end of the year. With the help of this coaching staff, a great recruiting class of young men has been brought in, ready to put Clackamas on the map both on the mat and in the classroom. However, the program requires assistance with travel expenses, gear, equipment, and additional resources to help them achieve their goals.

The success of the program is directly related to the donations received from people like YOU. Your contributions have been instrumental in the team's success on the mat. Help us continue to produce high-quality wrestlers, students, and young men by supporting our program. Would you be willing to help us achieve our goals?

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