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 UW-Stevens Point Athletics STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point athletic department announced today (Nov. 6) the addition of a women's wrestling program to its sport offerings. Women's wrestling is one of the fastest-growing sports in the country and UWSP will be the first public institution in...Read More
by Andy Hamilton, TrackWrestling DENVER — Dominique Parrish and Joey McKenna established the trend at the start of Friday night’s National Wrestling Coaches Association All-Star Classic. Brittany Marshall and Matthew Kolodzik carried it on at the end. It was a good night for the favorites at the National Western Complex....Read More
by Dan Weaver, NWCA All-Americans Abby Nette and Erika Mihalca to face off at 130 pounds at the 2018 NWCA All-Star Classic Manheim, PA - Erika Mihalca a Petaluma, California native is a three-time WCWA National Qualifier and a one-time All-American while attending Missouri Baptist College. Mihalca earned her first ever All-American status while placing fourth in the 130-pound weight class at the 2018 WCWA National Championships. Mihalca has competed in the USAW University...Read More
National Runner-Up faces new competition at the 143 Pound Weight Class at the 2018 NWCA All-Star Classic
by Dan Weaver, NWCA Manheim, PA - King’s Nicole Joseph is set to face off against McKendree’s Alexis Porter. This will be Joseph’s first year wrestling at 143 pounds. She was previously a WCWA fourth-place All-American finisher at 136 and has moved up to compete at the 143-weight class this season. Nicole played a vital role two years ago...Read More