Bormet leaves Overtime wrestling club

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Providence grad Sean Bormet, who founded the Overtime School of Wrestling, has left the club in a press release announced Friday by the University of Michigan, where Bormet (pictured, right) will return to his alma mater as an assistant coach.

Bormet’s club made a huge impact on the Chicago area wrestling club, producing more than a dozen recent state champions as reported in this story.

Heard in the Hallways profiled Bormet and the Overtime club last year.

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