The National Wrestling Coaches Association announced today the 2021 Convention scheduled initially for Baltimore, MD, will once again be a virtual event due to the uncertainty of travel and budgetary concerns for many programs.
In keeping with its ongoing mission of providing affordable, high-quality education, including the total college life experience, the Southwestern Michigan College Board of Trustees, during its regular meeting on May 12, unanimously authorized the SMC administration to revive four additional intercollegiate sports for Fall 2022: Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Women’s Volleyball and Men’s Wrestling.
MSU Director of Athletics, Andy Carter announced today, “I am proud to represent Minot State University Athletics. It is with tremendous excitement and anticipation to announce MSU will be adding Women’s Wrestling as an intercollegiate varsity sport within Beaver Athletics.”
Texas Woman's University has furthered its commitment to providing additional competitive opportunities for women within intercollegiate athletics, announcing Thursday that the university will launch an intercollegiate women's wrestling program beginning in the fall of 2022.
States will have a choice of 12, 13 or 14 weight classes for both boys and girls competition in high school wrestling, effective with the 2023-24 season.
Wrestle Like A Girl, USA Wrestling, and the National Wrestling Coaches Association team-up to create Coaching Girl Wrestlers: Best Practices releasing today, Dec. 1, 2020.