Featured State of Wrestling, a new podcast for the NWCA, launches with Mike Moyer as first guest
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The NWCA has launched a new organizational podcast called State of Wrestling, hosted by Jason Bryant of the Mat Talk Podcast Network. The podcast will give monthly updates on NWCA initiatives with staff, member coaches and leaders within the sport and the organization.

Featured NWCA to Launch Advanced Tech Solution for Weight Certification with InBody and Trackwrestling

The NWCA develops a technologically advanced solution with partners InBody and Trackwrestling that helps coaches, athletic trainers, and athletic administrators improve the efficiency of the weight certification program.

Featured The NWCA Partners with EarSplintz to Combat Cauliflower Ear
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Manheim, PA – The National Wrestling Coaches Association announced that EarSplintz would be their Official Cauliflower Ear Prevention Partner. “We are excited to work with EarSplintz to provide educational information to our member coaches and the greater wrestling community to help protect athletes across the country. This new partnership aligns with one of our core competencies, one that we take very seriously, Student-Athlete Welfare,” said NWCA Executive Director Mike Moyer.

Featured NWCA & ScoreShots Announce Partnership
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Manheim, PA – The NWCA is proud to announce a partnership with ScoreShots, an industry leader in Social Graphics.

Featured NCAA Administrators Meet to Discuss Women’s Wrestling Emerging Sport Status
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Administrators from NCAA schools sponsoring women’s wrestling met in Orlando on June 11 to discuss a plan for positioning the sport to achieve the emerging sport status that has been recommended by the NCAA Women’s Committee on Athletics.

Featured Women’s wrestling, acrobatics and tumbling, get backing to join NCAA emerging sports
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The NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics has recommended that all three divisions of the NCAA governance structure add two sports — women’s wrestling, plus acrobatics and tumbling — to the NCAA Emerging Sports for Women program. If adopted, the sports would join the program Aug. 1, 2020.