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 Indian Hills Athletics - Link Ottumwa -- Indian Hills Community College has a coach to lead its men's and women's wrestling programs when the sport debuts on the IHCC Centerville Campus. Cole Spree, the head wrestling coach at Ellsworth Community College in Iowa Falls for the past eight...Read More
Courtesy of Corban Athletics - Link By Jarett Thoren, Director of Athletic Communications SALEM, Ore. – Corban University director of athletics Twiggs Reed announced on Monday that Stryder Davis has been named the inaugural head coach of the Warrior women's wrestling program. Corban becomes just the fourth full-time member of the Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) to...Read More
2019 NWCA All-Star Classic Suspended Manheim, PA - The National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) has announced that the 2019 All-Star Classic will not take place. Fans might have to wait until 2020 for the 53rd classic. Typically serving as the kick-off to the collegiate season, The All-Star Classic has matched up numerous...Read More
Courtesy of Siena Heights Athletics - Link 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. "We are excited to bring wrestling back to the campus of Siena...Read More