When I was growing up in the Nazarene Church, higher education was frowned up. Secular universities were full of atheists and Catholics who would brainwash you. Besides, what did you need a college degree for? Your job was to win souls for Christ. Studying for four years would be just a distraction.
The only legitimate reason to go to college was if God had called you into the ministry. For that purpose, the church set up seven colleges, one for each region of the U.S.. They had other majors, too (for backslidden Nazarenes or members of other churches), but 90% of the boys were majoring in religion (to become ministers or evangelists), missions, or music, and 90% of the girls were majoring in education or music (to become their wives).
I'm going to go through each of the Nazarene colleges, looking for studly student.
So look carefully at these representatives of the Olivet Tigers swim team.
I couldn't find a single beefcake photo, so here's a wrestler from a Jesuit high school in Boston.
I found a wrestler among them.
I don't know what these Point Loma athletes are dong, but they have their shirts off.
This looks like a football player, not a wrestler.
3,000 students, but no beefcake photos, so how about a wrestler from Notre Dame? (Nazarenes are notoriously anti-Catholic,or at least they were in my childhood).