is a non-Profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization that financially provides opportunities for athletes of all age levels in training, education, and competition to promote the Olympic dream.
The Indiana Regional Facility is located at the brand new state of the art Wilkinson Hall. We are comprised of a community of wrestling fans, supporters, and athletes, from across the country that give of their time, talents, and financial resources fueling the Olympic Dream for the benefit of Indiana Wrestling.
The Indiana RTC annual operating budget is used to provide our athletes the opportunity to become World and Olympic Champions. The opportunity to achieve their championship dreams. The Operating Budget is 100% funded by donations from our supporters, no other funding is available. The organization focuses on our athletes, giving them the environment to be their absolute best. Our operating budget is spent on our Athletes (stipends & housing), Coaches and training expenses. The goal is to continue to become one of the best training centers in the United States for World and Olympic Wrestling.
Dates: September 26, 2020
Location: Cascades Golf Course
Time: Registration noon Shotgun Start 2:00pm
Cost: $125 Individual/$500 Foursome
Sponsorships also available
An exciting chapter begins for Indiana University Athletics, as IU held the official dedication ceremony for a new, state-of-the-art, 3,000-seat facility - Wilkinson Hall.
Wilkinson Hall is a multi-use training and performance center that is the new home venue for the Indiana Volleyball and Wrestling programs. Consistent with the university's master plan, the facility brings these two programs' home competitions back onto the IU Athletics campus from their former University Gymnasium home at the intersection of 10th Street and the 45/46 bypass.
In addition, Wilkinson Hall will provide the entire Indiana University Athletic Department and its programs with a new top-flight facility for year-round training, and will serve as a venue to host department and university events.
Wilkinson Hall played host to its first event, as Escobedo's Hoosier wrestling program posted a 36-3 win over Maryland. A boisterous Hoosier crowd – which included more than 30 IU Wrestling alumni – was on hand for the Hoosiers' most lopsided conference win in 17 years. The wrestling program has four remaining home matches at Wilkinson Hall this season (Jan. 27 vs. Penn State, Feb. 8 vs. Rutgers, Feb. 9 vs. Stanford, and Feb. 24 vs. Chattanooga).