Dustin Schlatter - Clinician

4x State Champion from Ohio
NCAA Champion
4x All American
2009 World Team Member
NHSCA Wrestler of the Year
NHSCA Academic All-American
Asics HS Wrestler of the Year
4x Asics All-American
OHSWCA Academic All-Ohio
NHSCA Senior National Champion
Junior FS National Champion
Junior GR National Champion
Cadet FS National Champion
Cadet GR National Champion
Dustin Schlatter was the 2006 NCAA Division 1 Wrestling National Champion and a three-time NCAA All-American at 149 pounds for the University of Minnesota. NHSCA Senior national champion, USA Wrestling Junior and Cadet national champion in Freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling, and a four-time Ohio high school state champion.

Schlatter is a native of Westerville, Ohio where he was born to Pat and Joyce Schlatter. He has one brother, C.P., who was also a four-time Ohio high school wrestling state champion. C.P. Schlatter graduated from Graham High School in 2002 and was reunited with Dustin as teammates on the University of Minnesota wrestling team where C.P. was an All-American in 2007 by finishing in sixth place at the NCAA tournament.

Schlatter attended Perry High School in Perry Township, Ohio during his junior and senior years (from 2003–2005), and Graham High School in St. Paris, Ohio during his freshman and sophomore years (from 2001–2003) where he compiled a 154-4 overall record. He also won four OHSAA state championships (two in Division 1 and two in Division 2) and the 145 pound NHSCA Senior National wrestling championship in 2005. Dustin was also a two-time champion of the Beast of the East tournament. He was undefeated at the USA Wrestling Freestyle and Greco-Roman National Championships in Fargo, ND, where he won the Junior National Freestyle championship at the 135 pound weight class in 2003.

In Dustin's senior year, he twice met Brent Metcalf, who was considered the #2 wrestler in the nation behind Schlatter that year. Metcalf won the first match, 4-3 on a rideout in double overtime, at the Medina Invitational Tournament in Medina, Ohio, while Schlatter won the rematch, 4-3, at the NHSCA Senior National Tournament in Cleveland, Ohio for the national championship and thus reclaimed the #1 ranking.
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