Wrestling Camp

The 2019 FCC Wrestling Camp

2019 FCC Wrestling Camp Flyer (pdf)


Day 1

July 30, 2019  12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Day 2

July 31, 2019  12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Day 3

August 1, 2018  12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Camp instruction includes

  • Instruction and development of technique
  • Live drills
  • Live wrestling competition

General Information

The FCC Wrestling Camp provides positive experiences for all wrestlers.  The camp provides one on one instruction with American Olympians, members of the United States World Team, and NCAA Division I National Champions and All-Americans.  We ensure that both Novice Wrestlers and Advanced Wreslers are motivated to learn proper wrestling and training techniques.  Everyone is challenged.  The camp focus is on the fundamentals of Scholastic Wrestling (Folk-style).

The wrestlers at the camp are divided into groups according to experience, ability, age and weight. This ensures the best learning environment possible.

Each camp staff clinician will have a question answer time, and all will share their experineces and tell how wrestling has benefited their lives.

All champion wrestlers must know the basics and the fundamentals of the sport.  This means having a solid foundation.  The FCC Wrestling Camp will show you the way and make sure you know how to get there!

Novice Wrestler

Novices will learn the basics and fundamentals of wrestling - basic drills, rolls and calisthenics.  There will be plenty of opportunities to wrestle live with others of the same experince levels.  Our purpose is to provide you with a positive experience!

Advanced Wrestler

All areas of scholastic style are covered.  Advanced wrestlers will build on fundamental techniques, work with champions and have opportunities to use their new skills.  This clinic will teach you the whole series, not just one move.


Please attend!  It's FREE!

Camp Features

  • An emphasis on individual and team instruction
  • Excellent facitily
  • Incredible camp staff
  • Low cost
  • Free camp t-shirt
  • Live & situational wrestling
  • Proper and effective drilling

Daily Schedule

Time Activity
12:00 pm Introcution and warm-ups
12:15 pm Session 1 - Group Instruction
1:30 pm Break (water)
1:45 pm Session 2 - Group Instruction
3:00 pm Break (water)
3:15 pm Review Session / Whistle Drills / Situation Drills / Live Wrestling
3:45 pm Q & A with clinicians and camp director
4:00 pm Camp day ends


Camp Coaching Staff

Paul Keysaw - Camp Director

  • Head Wrestling Coach at Fresno City College
  • 8 time JC State Champions
  • 1986 Pennsylvania State High School Campion - 155 lbs
  • 1991 NCAA Division I National Champion - 190 lbs

Troy Steiner - Head Coach, Fresno State

  • 1992 NCAA Division 1 National Champion
  • 4 time NCAA All-American, University of Iowa
  • 3rd 1996 US Olympic Trials
  • 5th 2000 US Olympic Trials
  • Coached 23 NCAA Division 1 All-Americans

George Moreno

  • CA JC State Runner-up
  • JC All American
  • Wrestled at Fresno State University (1999 - 2001)
  • CA State High School Placer
  • Assistant Coach, Fresno City College
  • 3 time CCCAA Assistant Coach of the Year

Gilbert Camacho

  • 2 time CA State High School Champion
  • 2 time NCAA Division III All American, Wartburg College (IA)
  • Assistant Coach, Fresno City College

Jose Pepe Mendoza

  • CIF State High School Finalist, Selma HS (CA)
  • Jr. National Freestyle Finalist
  • Wrestled at CSU Bakersfield
  • Assistant Coach, Fresno City College


$50 a day or $100 for all 3 days.  Includes camp t-shirt.

For more information, contact Camp Director, FCC Wrestling Coach, Paul Keysaw

(559) 443-8531