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Bozeman's Leif Schroeder commits to University of Iowa wrestling

Posted at 9:58 PM, Oct 28, 2019

BOZEMAN -- Bozeman High School's Leif Schroeder is one of the most dominant wrestlers in Montana's rich history of the sport. And on Saturday, Schroeder announced that he is committing to wrestling for the University of Iowa, the third-ranked school in the country.

Schroeder, who is a three-time state champion in Montana, had interest from a number of top programs, including the University of Minnesota, who's head coach is Sidney, Montana native Brandon Eggum, but Schroeder canceled his visit after he toured Iowa.

The Hawks' rising senior becomes the second in his family to wrestle at the Division I level, as his brother Bjorn wrestles for Purdue University.

Schroeder will be looking to join the prestigious four-time Montana state champion list that features all-time great wrestlers like Bill and Mike Zadick as well as rising UFC star Hunter Azure.