Women's Wrestling

TOM’s Quarant-Interview with Life University’s Women’s Coaches Ashley Sword, Christian Flavin, and Victoria Francis


photo courtesy of Richard Immel

The whole coaching staff from Life University’s women’s wrestling team got to join TOM for a fun conversation. We learned about head coach Ashley Sword’s new gardening hobby, Christian Flavin’s mission to watch every match from every girls HS state tournament in the country, and Victoria Francis’ Netflix recommendations. Oh yeah, did we mention cameos by dogs, one by the teams “official-unofficial” mascot Daisy. There’s also the story (we think) behind the school’s mascot the “Running Eagles”. We were also able to squeeze in a lot of wrestling talk, too. The coaches share stories from the last two crazy trips to the NAIA National Championships, the growth of the programs first national champion Julia Vidallon, and the impact Francis has had on the team. Make a great #LifeChoice and watch the full interview to get more info on the Life women’s team and their unique coaching staff.

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