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Hastings College will offer men’s volleyball and women’s wrestling as varsity intercollegiate sports beginning in the 2020-21 academic year.
ADRIAN, Mich. – Siena Heights University is proud to announce the addition of men's wrestling that will begin competition in fall 2020 with a women's wrestling program scheduled to follow in 2021.
LINCOLN, IL — The Lincoln College Athletic Department will be increasing the number of sports offered for student-athletes in the 2020-2021 season. The additions of Women’s Wrestling and Archery will bring the total number of intercollegiate sports and clubs offered by the school to twenty-five.
Ottumwa -- Indian Hills Community College will become the latest Iowa college to add wrestling to its athletic offerings. IHCC Athletic Director Dr. Brett Monaghan announced that the school hopes to begin a men's and women's wrestling program in the 2020-21 academic year. The program will operate out of the Indian Hills Centerville campus.
WINCHESTER, Va. – Shenandoah University announced Monday that it has added men’s wrestling as its 22nd intercollegiate athletic program.
MEQUON, Wis. – Concordia University Wisconsin Director of Athletics Dr. Rob Barnhill has announced the addition of Women’s Wrestling, the University’s 33rd sport within the athletic department. A nationwide search for a head coach begins immediately.
ELMIRA, N.Y. — Elmira College Director of Athletics Renee Carlineo announced on Wednesday morning the addition of men’s and women’s wrestling as intercollegiate programs that will begin competition during the 2020-21 academic year. The teams expand Elmira’s varsity sports offerings to 20 intercollegiate programs.
Oskaloosa–William Penn Athletics Director Nik Rule is excited to announce the addition of women’s wrestling to the list of intercollegiate sports the University offers.
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.
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.