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NWCA 2021 Multi-Division National Duals Cancelled Read Now
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Albion College names Adam Wilson Head Men’s and Women’s Coach Read Now
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My Wrestling Journey – Dave Kemmy

By Dave Kemmy, Deputy Director My wrestling journey began in the eighth grade at the age of 13 when a friend asked me to join the junior high wrestling team with him. Well, 45 years later, here I am working for the NWCA, and my friend lasted about a week!...

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My Wrestling Journey – Bud Hennebaul

By Bud Henneabul, Scholastic Leadership Academy Director My life in wrestling probably began when I was one year old. My uncle Fred suffered a freak accident and became a quadriplegic while wrestling in a high school meet. My dad and family chose to embrace wrestling rather than run from it....

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September 2020 Events Update

By Dan Weaver, Director of External Operations On July 29-31st, the NWCA put on their first-ever Virtual Convention, presented by Defense Soap, Cliff Keen, and Resilite. The 2020 Convention had over 650 registrants, including coaches from all levels; College, High School, Youth, Officials, and Athletic Trainers. Anyone who has already...

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September 2020 Scholastic Coaches Update

By George Way, Scholastic Director Reflect on Your Coaching Culture Now that most of you have been back in school for somewhere between four to six weeks or longer, it might be a good idea to reflect on not only how the initial school opening went but to look ahead...

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