Goldman Inducted Into Glen Brand Wrestling Hall of Fame
Oct. 8, 2007
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana University Head Wrestling Coach Duane Goldman has been selected to enter the Glen Brand Wrestling Hall of Fame. He will be one of six Iowa wrestling legends to be inducted on April 19, 2008, the seventh class to go into the hall.
The Glen Brand Wrestling Hall of Fame of Iowa is located in the Dan Gable International Wrestling Institute and Museum. It is dedicated to honoring the great individuals who achieved the highest level of success in the sport of wrestling, whether they were native born Iowans or attended Iowa schools.
"The state of Iowa has produced so many outstanding individuals in wrestling," said Goldman. "It is an honor to be included among them."
Goldman was a four-time Big Ten champion and four-time NCAA finalist at the University of Iowa, winning the 190-pound NCAA title in 1986. His overall record of 132-10 ranks 10th on the all-time Hawkeye list for career win percentage. A two-time state champion in Colorado, Goldman was an assistant coach under Joe McFarland at Indiana University before being named the head coach in 1992. His 2005 Hoosier squad placed ninth in the NCAA. He has coached 20 All-Americans and is the winningest coach in IU wrestling history.
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