Kerri-Ann Evely gets Bronze at Nationals!

March 10, 2005 at 9:17 pm 1 comment


Kerri-Ann Evely has added another medal to her growing list of top finishes this season. A third year wrestler at Memorial University, Evely has recently won a gold medal at UNB open, and amazed all when she won all of her matches at Lakehead’s Dual Tournamnet in December which featured the top women’s teams in the country. And now she has done it again…

On March 4-6 Evely traveled with the Memorial Women’s and Men’s Wrestling teams to Brock University for the CIS Championships. Coach Glen Clark (shown above with Kerri) was both excited and a little nervous for his athletes, “National competition is extremely difficult…there is a lot of tough competition. Kerri-Ann will have a tough first match, but has competed against many of the wrestlers who are going to be there already.”

Indeed her first match was a difficult one, and cost her a chance at first place. This initial match was against Megan Buydens of Saskatchewan who went on to win the gold medal at the tournament and boasts several medals at both national and international tournaments. However, Kerri-Ann bounced back from this loss and blew away the rest of the competition, earning her the bronze medal. This is not a small feat as many of her competitors boast national and international medals. We are truly proud of this Carbonear native. It is a great accomplishment and a great way to finish off the varsity season. We all look forward to seeing her in future competitions.

Gazette News Story


Entry filed under: MUN Varsity, National.

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