Featured East Stroudsburg University Announces Women’s Program to Launch in 2019

EAST STROUDSBURG – East Stroudsburg University President Marcia G. Welsh, Ph.D., announced Monday that the University will add women’s wrestling as an intercollegiate sport beginning in fall 2019.

Featured Davis & Elkins Athletics Announces Wrestling as 24th Varsity Sport, Boland as Head Coach

ELKINS – Director of Athletics Jamie Joss has announced the addition of wrestling as the 24th varsity sport offering at Davis & Elkins College on Monday, as well as the hiring of Jerry Boland as the program’s first head coach.


Phoenix, AZ- Arizona Christian University Athletic Director Jeff Rutter has announced the addition of wrestling for ACU Athletics. The newest group of Firestorm will hit the mat in fall 2019.

Featured Women’s and Men’s Wrestling coming to Texas Wesleyan!

Ft. Worth, TX – Texas Wesleyan is building on its momentum in athletics with the addition of men’s and women’s varsity wrestling. The teams are set to compete in the NAIA’s Sooner Athletic Conference beginning in the fall of 2019.

Featured UW-Stevens Point Athletics to Add Women’s Wrestling

STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point athletic department announced today (Nov. 6) the addition of a women’s wrestling program to its sport offerings. Women’s wrestling is one of the fastest-growing sports in the country and UWSP will be the first public institution in the Midwest to offer the sport.

Featured The 2018 NWCA All-Star Classic Kicks off the 2018-19 Collegiate Season in Denver, CO
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National Western Complex in Denver, CO played host to this year's NWCA All-Star Classic as RMN Events put on a show. Many favorites won out at the NWCA annual event presented by ARMS Software & WIBN Denver.

Featured DI To Gain New Program in LIU
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Beginning in Fall 2019, LIU Will Unite Brooklyn and Post Campuses; Teams Will Compete at the Highest Level of Collegiate Athletics

Featured High School Sports Participation Increases for 29th Consecutive Year – Boys & Girls Wrestling See Increases
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Led by an additional 15,009 participants in girls sports programs, the overall number of participants in high school sports increased for the 29th consecutive year in 2017-18, according to the annual High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).

Featured Growing Wrestling
Growing Wrestling

The NWCA is committed to growing wrestling at all levels of the sport but with a primary emphasis in the educational environment. The NWCA is proud to have been an integral part of seeing over 150 new college programs added since 2001.