Raven Guidry signs "Letter of Intent" to compete for Oklahoma City University in 2017-18
September 26th, 2016| Written by: Editor



In a packed Acadiana High School library, senior Raven Guidry listened to testimonials from her school and club wrestling coaches prior to signing a "Letter of Intent" to enroll and wrestle at Oklahoma City University in the fall of 2017.  By signing, Raven received a $10,000 athletic scholarship, with academic ones to follow.

Raven Guidry signing her "Letter of Intent" to attend and wrestle for Oklahoma City University.

Raven Guidry, flanked by her mother Tonya and father Kelly, affixes her signature to a "Letter of Intent" and a $10,000 wrestling scholarship to Oklahoma City University for the 2017-18 school year.

Initially founded in 1901 as Epworth University, and surviving name and location changes through World War I and the Great Depression, Oklahoma City University was formally established in 1942.  The university boasts an enrolment of 2,300 undergraduate students and 1,700 graduate students.

Oklahoma City University's women's wrestling team started in 2007. The STARS compete in both freestyle and folkstyle.  Raven intends to concentrate on freestyle, in which the STARS won Women's Collegiate Wrestling Association (WCWA) national championships from 2009-2012.  It is the style also used in the Olympics, where Raven hopes to compete in 2024.

Raven on the mats

Mother Tonya Csaszar, Father Kelly Csaszar, Raven Guidry Csaszar,
brothers Braedon Csaszar (14), Reid Follet (15) and Basin Csaszar (2½).

Extended Family Tonya and Raven Raven and Basin Basin seeing himself in the camera Basin vs. Balloons

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Heath Henry - former
AHS coach
Glenn Bernard - Scrappers and Comeaux coach Glenn Bernard Phil Credeur - current
AHS coach

Adam Porche  - Scrappers coach Glenn Bernard and Raven, Mom and Dad  Brandon Wheatley - current AHS coach Family listening intently 

Raven on Podium

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Raven with Acadiana High School mentors, parents and friends

Friends, including Rayne's Cooper Simon.

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It's all about the scholarship winner!

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