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Back from Collegiates Nationals *LINK*

Posted By: Sherman@Quest
Date: Tuesday, 18 April 2006, at 9:09 a.m.

Hope everyone got home safely. This weekend was pretty eventful. JEREMY HARTMAN is the real deal!! An easy 710 squat, probably had 733 in him, a strong 490 bench, tweaked his hamstring a little bit while warming up for the deadlift and still pulled 722 for a new American record total for Collgiates of 1923 at 220.

Josh Rohr finally lifted up to his potential. A nice 595 squat, a big PR 347 bench and Collegiate American record 628 DL, and a new collegiate national record total 1,571 lbs. at 165.GREAT JOB, JOSH!!

Mike Tuchscherer from the Air Force who totaled 2006 last year at 275 was fighting a back injury and did not make it through the meet. Champions like Mike always come back. Expect big things out of Mike in the future. Mike is an awesome person as well as being one of the strongest young 275s that come along in a long time.

Mike Hafenbrack came with 501 squat at 132 but it was to be, but was one of the best efforts of the meet. Mike was strong and had a great day. CONGRATS, Mike!!

Another memorable collegiate nationals has come and gone. Thanks for everybodys help. This was an awesome meet!

Sherman @ Quest

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