The eighth annual NWCA/FCAW CEO Leadership Academy wrapped up this week at the Jon Davis Wrestling Center in Edwardsville, Ill.. A collaborative effort between the National Wrestling Coaches Association, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Wrestling, this Leadership Academy continues to focus on coaches at faith-based institutions.
North Central College has announced plans to expand its athletic department to include a 27th varsity sport beginning in the 2019-2020 academic year, as the Cardinals will enter the competitive arena in the sport of women’s wrestling.
Recently retired Altus (Oklahoma) High School head coach Nick Williams has been named the NWCA Scholastic Coach of the Year while and longtime St. Edward (Ohio) High School assistant John Heffernan has been named the NWCA Scholastic Assistant Coach of the Year.
Limestone College officials have announced the addition of women’s wrestling as a varsity sport, with 2019-20 expected to serve as the inaugural season.
Bethany College of Lindsborg, Kansas checked in atop the annual NWCA NAIA All-Academic team standings for the 2017-18 season announced Monday by the National Wrestling Coaches Association.
For the fifth time in the past six years, Harvard is the top team in the annual NWCA Division I All-Academic team standings released Wednesday by the National Wrestling Coaches Association. The Crimson achieved a team GPA of 3.5654 and placed four individuals on the individual All-Academic team.
It was a banner year for Division II wrestling programs as the National Wrestling Coaches Association released its annual All-Academic team and individual standings for the 2017-18 season.
The National Wrestling Coaches Association released its Top 30 Division III All-Academic teams and the top 189 All-Academic individuals on Tuesday.
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.