College Wrestling Programs Page Updated

Hello everyone, I just wanted to let you know that I have updated the College Wrestling Programs page and made some changes to it.

Now that women’s wrestling has become an NAIA invitational sport, I have given the NAIA school their own section I have added a notation indicating when the last time (if ever) that school competed in the WCWA national tournament.

The WCWA section will continue to have all WCWA schools not taking part in the NAIA national Tournament.

I have removed the U Sports schools. When I started the site, the number of collegiate programs in the U.S. were low enough that, I felt that making wrestlers aware of opportunities to compete in Canada was justified. But, I no longer feel that way, as there are new programs being added every year.

Finally, I have made no changes to the NCWA section.

I hope the page, the most popular on the site will continue to be of use, as a starting point, to all wrestlers looking to continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level.

As always, thank you for your continued support.

3 thoughts on “College Wrestling Programs Page Updated”

  1. Really appreciate all your efforts here, but would like to suggest that you keep listing the Canadian schools as well. I think it helps support their programs, which helps everyone grow. For those of us in Northern states, they are likely competitors as well.

    1. Thank you, Mark. I will absolutely consider bringing the U Sport section back but to be honest, I also have to be judicious with my time and resource allocation and keeping an eye on the Canadian side of the sport (as much as I admire the pioneers of the sport) might be a bit too much for me.

  2. Thank you for all you do, the hard work on this site that is so helpful, and for keeping the spirit of girls wrestling alive! I want you you to know that you are APPRECIATED.

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