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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by Katherine Shai, LuchaFit Founder Article originally posted on LuchaFit.com https://www.luchafit.com/blog/nwca-continued-education-for-coaches Over the past twenty years, college wrestling programs across the US have been drastically cut. An unforeseen result of the loss of these programs was the loss of growth in the new coaches arena. As programs are beginning to expand...Read More
BBCC Office of Communications MOSES LAKE — The Big Bend Community College Athletic Department is excited to announce the hiring of two new head coaches tasked with bringing collegiate wrestling back to Eastern Washington. Athletic Director Mark Poth announced Tuesday that the college had chosen Jose Tanguma and Ryan Foster to lead...Read More
Campbellsville won the national team title for the first time in program history at the 2018 WCWA championships. Finals Results 101 Regina Doi Fresno, CA (King University W) VFO Marina Doi Fresno, CA (King University W) 109 Cody Pfau Franklin Springs, GA (Emanuel College) VSU1 Maria Vidales Franklin Springs, GA (Emanuel...Read More
North Central to ad women's wrestling Contact: Clark Teuscher, Sports Information Director, 630-637-5302 May 8, 2018 - 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...Read More