An Advocacy Guide for Coaches to Return to Wrestling During COVID-19
Manheim, PA – The National Wrestling Coaches Association announced today that their annual national convention will switch to a virtual event in response to concerns over social distancing and travel.
Episode 6 of State of Wrestling by the NWCA talks to Dundee (Mich.) High School head coach Tim Roberts. Earlier this month, Roberts was named the NWCA’s National Boys High School Coach of the Year. Roberts led Dundee to the 2019-20 Division 3 state team championship and also crowned seven individual state champions. Roberts has put Dundee on the map both within the state and the region, winning 12 team state championships. He’s been the head coach for the past 21 seasons and has been on the bench at his alma mater for 30 years.
Manheim, PA – SkyMD Inc., an online national medical dermatology clinic that uses telemedicine applications to offer medical dermatology services to patients across the USA for skin conditions.
Men’s wrestling returns after four decades and will compete in MIAA; all three sports scheduled to begin competition in 2021-22 academic year.
Charlotte, NC - As the 2020-21 academic and athletic year approaches, the NJCAA has released a plan of action for the fall and winter sports season in response to COVID-19.
Manheim, PA – The National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) is proud to announce the 2020 winners of the State, Section, and National High School Boys Coach of the Year awards.
Manheim, PA – The National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) is proud to announce the 2020 winners of the State and National High School Girls Coach of the Year awards.
Bud Hennebaul, the scholastic leadership academy director for the National Wrestling Coaches Association, Col. David Fallon, the commanding officer of 9th Marine Corps District, and Brian Smith, the head wrestling coach for the University of Missouri, speak during a NWCA online webinar held June 10, 2020.
LIBERTY, MO– William Jewell College is pleased to announce the addition of women’s wrestling and the reinstatement of the men’s wrestling program beginning in 2021-2022 which will bring Jewell’s varsity sports to 24.
If the NCAA grants a waiver allowing for a reduction of the number of sports sponsorships for Division 1 qualification it would be a devastating, permanent blow to college athletes and forever alter the fabric of university life.