Women’s wrestling is one of the fastest growing sports at the scholastic and collegiate levels. The NWCA is committed to growing women’s wrestling from the grassroots level to the colleges. The NWCA is currently in the process of pursuing emerging sports status for women’s wrestling in the NCAA.
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Courtesy of Alderson Broaddus Athletics PHILIPPI, W.Va. -- Alderson Broaddus University Athletic Director Dennis Creehan announced the addition of women’s wrestling to the University’s varsity athletic programs effective for the 2019-20 academic year. “Alderson Broaddus University wants to continue to be responsive to changes in the athletic landscape,” said Creehan....Read More
By Pete Scantlebury, Manager of Athletics Communication - Link Jamestown named host of inaugural NAIA Women's Wrestling National Invitational KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jamestown will host the 2019 NAIA Women’s Wrestling Invitational, the national office announced on Wednesday. The invitational will be held on March 15-16, 2019. The NAIA added women’s...Read More
Courtesy Warrior Athletics ROD LIGHT | AUGUST 30, 2018 U.S. Wrestling Foundation (USWF) Chairman Jeffrey Waters and Board Secretary Dan Russell recognized Life Pacific College for doing what similarly-sized colleges might never dream of doing, championing and supporting a college wrestling program. The Chairman’s Legacy Award was given to Life Pacific...Read More
Courtesy of Aggie Athletics DOYLESTOWN (PA) – Delaware Valley University announced today that it intends to add a pair of intercollegiate sports -- women's wrestling and co-ed fencing -- with competition set to begin with the 2019-20 season. DelVal is proceeding to hire part-time head coaches who will be charged...Read More