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 … Read more

TWU and ESU to Add Women’s Wrestling for 2019-2020 Season

Texas Wesleyan University

Texas Wesleyan University, located in Fort Worth, Texas, has announced it will be adding women’s wrestling for the 2019-2020 season.

TWU is a private liberal arts university founded by the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. The School offer 27 areas of undergraduate study and offers graduate programs in business, education, counseling, nurse anesthesia and law. The 75 acre campus has a staff of 279 and a co-ed population of over 3,300.

“We think this is a wonderful opportunity for students to compete in wrestling collegiately while earning their degree in a student-first environment ideal for thriving on

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University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point to Add Women’s Wrestling

WCWA will grow to 50 programs for the 2019-2020 season

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, has announced that it will add women’s wrestling as a varsity sport during the 2019-2020 season. The school is a public university granting associate, baccalaureate and master’s degrees, as well as doctoral degrees in audiology. The 400 acre campus has a staff of 544 and its student body is made up of 9,643 coeds. In athletics, UWSP is an NCAA Division III school.

Johnny Johnson, the men’s head wrestling coach, will also coach the women’s team during its … Read more

Can’t Afford a School Visit? Somar Has Your Back

The idea of having one’s wrestler go on to pursue a higher education while still chasing their wrestling dreams seems like a pipe dream to many parents. That is until her high school coach tells them of a college asking questions about her or the wrestler herself telling them she had a conversation with a college coach about wrestling for their program. Now what? That pipe dream is close to becoming a reality and it’s scary.

As a parent, you might not know anything about the recruiting process. What’s a good wrestling school? If it is, is it academically sound? … Read more

41 Schools In The WCWA For The 2018-2019 Season!

You read that right! There will be 41 schools in the WCWA for the 2018-2019 season! Not only that, one of them will be the first NCAA Division I school in the association!

The NCAA school starting a varsity women’s wrestling program is Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina. It’s a private 4-year liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. The student body is made up of just under 1,200 undergraduate students. As mentioned, earlier, the Blue Hose are part of an NCAA Division I school, hopefully the first of many more to join in the coming years. No … Read more

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