The NWCA has been privileged to support the growth of women’s wrestling across America. In 2004, women’s wrestling was sanctioned as an Olympic sport and the U.S. team quickly became a world power. Equally encouraging, is the growth at the grass root and high school levels. Today, there are over 7,000 young women competing in high schools across America.
The NWCA provides a comprehensive list of facts and resources related to women's wrestling. Today, there are over 7000 female wrestlers on the high school level.
The NWCA hosts an eight team women's National Dual meet championship as part of the NWCA National Duals. See a list of women's wrestling events by USAW and USGWA.
A an educational and informational document put together by the NWCA that provides guidelines and ideas for a male coach who has females join the wrestling team.