Wrestling

Constructed in 1982, the Graber Sports Center is a multi-functional facility that is one of the most frequently used buildings on campus. A competition and practice site for the Loras College varsity wrestling team, Graber also houses soccer, softball, baseball, wrestling and track and field offices as well as offices and classrooms for Physical Education and Sports Studies faculty. In the basement, there are three racquetball courts open to the public.


Over 600 participants compete in one or more of the 50-plus intramural activities at Loras, and Graber is destination spot for many of these activities. The program is run by a combination of staff and students and is regarded as one of the most successful in the country.



The Wrestling Room is located on the second floor of the Graber Sports Center and they have their own weight room above San Jose Pool also in Graber.





In addition to the weight room in the Graber Center, there is also one in the AWC. It is a multi-level space with free weights, machine weights, and a full cardio room with a half dozen flat screen television monitors as well.