Category Archives: Womens College

King rallies past OCU to win first WCWA Women’s National Championship

By King University Sports Information ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Winning a national championship is never easy, and the King University women’s wrestling team learned that on Saturday. The Tornado trailed Oklahoma City University by 13 points going into the finals of the Women’s College Wrestling Association (WCWA) College Championships, but King won four individual national […]

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LIVE WEBCAST: WCWA Women’s Nationals

ST. LOUIS – On Friday at 10:00 a.m., Missouri Baptist University will open its doors to the women’s wrestling world. The University, in conjunction with the WCWA (Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association) will host the WCWA National Championship Tournament on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 24-25. The two-day tournament is set to bring some of the best female […]

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Warner Pacific names new coach as college wrestling programs make a comeback

By Scott Nelson OregonLive.con College wrestling fans in the Northwest haven’t had a lot of news to cheer in recent years. Oregon dropped its program in 2008 and Portland State followed suit in 2009, joining a steady decline in the number of teams nationwide in recent decades. Adding insult to injury, the International Olympic Committee […]

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Warner Pacific College in Oregon to add men’s, women’s wrestling

Warner Pacific Sports Information PORTLAND, Ore. – Warner Pacific College Director of Athletics Jamie Joss has announced that the College will add men’s and women’s wrestling to its athletics program and begin intercollegiate competition in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) in 2014-15. The search for a head coach and recruitment of student-athletes will begin immediately. […]

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Showcase matches include men’s and women’s freestyle, local colleges and clubs at NWCA All-Star Classic

By Jason Bryant Amateur Wrestling News Four showcase matches have been announced for the upcoming NWCA All-Star Classic presented by the United States Marine Corps on November 2 at George Mason University’s Patriot Center. All four matches have ties to the D.C. metro area, with two matches featuring 2016 U.S. Olympic hopefuls who have brought […]

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