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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Manheim, PA – On Thursday, the National Wrestling Coaches Association announced the NAIA Women’s National Coach of the Year Award winner. This award was scheduled to be presented on the eve of the NAIA Women’s Wrestling Championships at the University of Jamestown. Unfortunately, the championships were canceled due to the...Read More
Courtesy of Delaware Valley Athletics - Link DOYLESTOWN (PA) – Delaware Valley University and Director of Athletics Dave Duda are pleased to announce that 2015 World Bronze Medalist Leigh Jaynes has been tabbed to lead the upstart Aggies’ women’s wrestling program as the first full-time head wrestling coach. Jaynes will be tasked...Read More
Courtesy of Hastings College - Link Hastings College will offer men’s volleyball and women’s wrestling as varsity intercollegiate sports beginning in the 2020-21 academic year. The addition of the two programs will bring Hastings College Broncos Athletics to 26 competitive teams. Like other College’s other athletic teams, the new programs...Read More
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