The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 02, 1988, Page 20, Image 20

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    Football alumni reunion next fail
All Nebraska football alumni are
invited to attend a special reunion
Oct. 28-29 in Lincoln that will in
clude a Go Big Red reception, a tour
of progress, a trip to Memorial Sta
dium to see the Comhusker-Missouri
game and a Big Red banquet.
All former Husker players are
encouraged to contact committee
members if they would like to help
with the event, make reservations 01
know the adeiress of former Nebraski
players. Committee members include
Joseph Blaha, Greg Jorgensen
Maury Damkroger, Jerry Tagge, Pau
Potadle and Steve Glenn.
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women’s portion of the Lincoln Marathon Sunday.
Neumann: This class similar to 1986’s
Nebraska wrestling coach Tim
Neumann introduced his 1988 re
cruiting class by saying it’s compa
rable to his group last season that was
ranked third in the nation by Amateur
Wrestling News.
Neumann signed seven high
school athletes and two junior college
transfers to letters-of-intcnt.
“This class is real similar to the
1986 class,” Neumann said. “On
paper, this is one of the best group of
kids we’ve signed since I’ve been
Neumann said he wouldn’t be
surprised if all of the high school
recruits earned All-America honors
by finishing among the top six wres
tlers in their weight class in the nation.
He said the high school athletes
combined to for a 703-43-0 record
while winning 16 state champion
l‘They arc all outstanding,” Neu
mann said.
Neumann said the recruiting class
causes him to become excited about
the future.
“They are all good students, and
they have the character it lakes to
make the transition from high school
to Big Eight wrestling,” Neumann
said. “They all have the potential to
excel at the Division I level.”
The recruits include:
• John Buxton, a three-time South
Dakota slate champion who will
compete in the 118-pound weight
class. Buxton, from Spearfish, S.D.,
posted a 156-7 career record and
placed third and fourth in the United
Stales Wrestling Federation Junior
National Championships.
• Butch McFcc, a transfer from
Garden City (Kan.) Community Col
lege. McFce, a state champion while
attending Hale High School in Tulsa,
Okla., was the top-ranked wrestler in
the nation’s 118-pound weight class
before an injury ended his season.
• Darren Droegcmuellcr, an Os
sco, Minn., native who compiled a
145-9 record while winning two state
titles in the 142-pound weight class.
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