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Thursday, October 28, 2010 Sports Leisure ]IN III SCSU Wrestling Clinic offered Oct. 30 Jennie Finch Featuring guest clinician Jayson Ness Jayson Ness, a four-time NCAA Division I All-American, will the guest clinician at the 2010 Fall Wrestling Clinic at St. Cloud State University. The clinic is open to all youth wrestlers in grades 1-12, and it will take place in the University&apos;s Halenbeck Hall Fieldhouse Satur- day, Oct. 30. The clinic will begin with registration at 8 a.m. The cost of the clinic is $45 per person, or you register with your team (10 or more) and receive a rate of $40 per person. The clinic fee includes two sessions of instruction, a motivational talk, clinic T-shirt and lunch. Clinic participants will also have an opportunity to watch that day's St. Cloud State wrestling team's practice session after the clinic is completed. Ness earned NCAA champion honors at 133-pounds in 2010 as a member of the University of Min- nesota wrestling team. He was a two-time Big 10 champion and also earned the 2010 Hodge Tro- phy with a 31-0 record as a senior. The 2010 InterMat Wrestler of the Year, Ness was named the NWCA Most Outstanding Wrestler at the 2010 NCAA championships. He was also selected as the Big 10's Wrestler of the Year in 2010. He completed his college career with a 148-15 overall record. At Bloomington-Kennedy H.S. (Minn.), Ness won two MSHSL titles in wrestling. In addition to Ness, the clinic will feature expert instruc- tion from coaches and members of the St. Cloud State wrestling team. SCSU placed seventh in the nation at the 2010 NCAA Division II championships and completed the 2009-10 season with a 14-7 dual match record under the leadership of head coach Steve Costanzo. For complete information on the clinic, please call the SCSU Wrestling Office at (320) 308-2996, or e-mail <sscostanzo@stcloud>. softball camp A two-day camp for girls in fourth grade and up will be held Dec. 11-12 in Rochester, Minn. This will be at the Rochester Regional Sports Stadium Bubble, sponsored by Broadway Residence and Suites. The cost is $175 per camper and will cover all positions including pitching, catching, infield, outfield, and hitting, as taught by camp staff. A Friday night banquet will fea- ture Jennie Finch as speaker (addi- tional charge). Campers will receive lunch both days, official camp T-shirt, goodie bag, autographed photo of Jennie, certificate of participation, per- sonal photo taken with Jennie and her gold medal. There will be other Olympians in attendance TBD. For more information, contact Rochester Amateur Sports Com- mission at (507) 280-4701, <www.>, or <www.jennie>. III IIIII I Page 11 St. Cloud State student creates exhibit for Welcome Center Alex Ames, graduate student in the public history program at St. Cloud State University, has always had a passion for historical research. By blending his interest in research and history, and adding a dash of art, Ames created "Paths to the Future: Building New Connec- tions in Historic St. Cloud" exhibit at St. Cloud State University's new Welcome Center in the Coborn Plaza. The project maps the history of St. Cloud, especially Fifth Ave- nue, from its early settlements to the recent development of Coborn Plaza. "The theme of the exhibit is St. Cloud's 160-year-long strug- gle to forge sustainable physical and cultural connections between two distinct parts of the same city," said Ames, who also earned a bachelor's degree in information media from St. Cloud State. "Fifth Avenue was a cultural dividing line between "Lower Town" where New England Protestants settled, which is now the St. Cloud State area and German Catholics in the rest of the city known as "Middle Town." The son of Candice and Roger Ames of Pine City, Minn. drew upon archives from St. Cloud State, University Communications and Stearns County Museum. Ames has experience intern- ing at the Stearns County History Museum and Research Center, the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library at St. John's University and the Codrington Library, All Souls College at the University of Oxford in England. He is currently a grad- uate assistant with the Minnesota Digital Library Coalition. 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