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Jacob Lorentz Named William Woods University’s Inaugural Wrestling Coach

Courtesy of William Woods Athletics - Link FULTON, Mo. – For the first time in its history, William Woods University is offering men's and women's wrestling as intercollegiate sports. Now, the Owls have named their inaugural coach. Interim Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Tracy Gastineau announced the hiring of Jacob Lorentz, a long-time, highly...

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2022-23 NAIA Women’s Wrestling Coaches’ Top 20 Poll – No. 4

Courtesy of the NAIA - Link KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Grand View (Iowa) takes over the top spot in the latest Yes! Athletics NAIA Women's Wrestling Coaches' Top 20 Poll. Life (Ga.) also moves up one play while former top ranked Southern Oregon sits third. Cumberlands (Ky.) leaps four spots into the...

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Evergreen State College Names Fan Zhang Head Women’s Coach

Courtesy of Evergreen State Athletics - Link OLYMPIA – The Evergreen State College has hired another exceptional coach to start up its wrestling teams. Evergreen is now the only four-year college in Washington to offer a wrestling program and Fan Zhang will be leading the women's team for its inaugural...

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Grand View, King repeat; St. Cloud State, Augsburg regain top spots, while Southern Oregon and Bellarmine win for first time at USMC/NWCA Multi-Division National Duals

Louisville, Kentucky – What started as 95 teams battling for dual meet supremacy ended with six divisional champions at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday. St. Cloud State, Wartburg, Grand View, Bellarmine, King and Southern Oregon took home top honors in each of the six collegiate divisions...

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