The Pennsylvania Regional Training Center (PRTC) has announced the addition of three-time NCAA qualifier Brent Fleetwood to its freestyle program. He plans to compete at 57 kilograms.
“Brent is an exciting addition to our training center. His dedication and passion for the sport will translate effectively to Olympic level competition. Throughout his career, he has been competitive against the nation’s best wrestlers. The support structure, coaching, and training partners at the PRTC will allow him reach his wrestling potential and goals,” said Brandon Slay, Executive Director and Head Coach of the PRTC.
A four-time Delaware high school state champion, Brent competed for both North Dakota State and Central Michigan during his collegiate career. He was the runner-up at the Big 12 Conference Championship in 2019 and placed third at the 2016 Mid-American Conference tournament. He compiled an 86-45 career record, including a 27-6 record in his final season.
Brent has also had freestyle success having competed at the 2018 US Open Freestyle where he compiled a 5-3 record to place sixth at 57 kilograms. He also gained valuable experience at the 2018 World Team Trials, going went 1-2.
Added Brent, “Wrestling is very important to me and my career is only beginning. I had very high goals at the collegiate level and feel my dreams are still achievable. The ecosystem at the PRTC is one I’ve been seeking to join. It’s an amazing opportunity to train with Ethan Lizak, Michael Colaiocco, Carmen Ferrante, Doug Zapf, Lucas Revano, Antonio Minnino as well as coaches Matt Valenti and Matt Azevedo. I’m excited to get started and look forward to showing what we can accomplish together.”