Immediate Release: February 10, 2011
Contact: John Hartrick@binghamton.edu)
Wrestler Goeres making the most of senior season, college experience
Senior wrestler Anwar Goeres has had a complete college experience, enjoying a stellar wrestling career and also juggling two jobs, an internship and classes. Goeres is a reigning conference champion and NCAA qualifier who is ranked No. 1 at 141 pounds in the Colonial Athletic Association. His journey at Binghamton has included great personal growth and his legacy will be one of quiet intensity, mental strength, achievement and above all, kind-heartedness, and loyalty.
goals and expectations for your final collegiate season?
to battle through an injury earlier this season. How difficult
is it co compete with pain and injuries, especially in such a
physical sport like wrestling where even practices are physically
out at Lock Haven University. What influenced your decision to
transfer to Binghamton after your freshman year?
you made a big jump in terms of your success on the mat, capturing
the conference title and reaching the NCAAs. How has your wrestling
improved over the years and what have you learned as you progress
in the sport?
was last season's championship run for the team and getting six
guys to the NCAA Championship? What are the team goals for this
of wrestling do you think most people don't know or appreciate?
you begin wrestling? Who have been some of the role models or
mentors you've had in the sport?
play any other sports growing up?
is human development...how did you choose it and what are your
your work at Magic Paintbrush. What do you enjoy about it? How
much personal satisfaction do you get interacting with the kids
and making a difference?
activities and hobbies do you like to participate in?
a hectic schedule. What jobs are you working now? What are your
career goals after graduation?
you like most about the university and your experience here-
academically, socially and as a student-athlete?
feeling nostalgic yet about going through your final wrestling
season? What will you miss the most about the sport and your
time on the team here?
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