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Appren­tice Crowns Sev­en Cham­pi­ons at Builder Invitational

| Apprentice SID

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Apprentice School hosted its first Builder Invitational since January 2020 Sunday, winning the team title with a total of 206 points. Seven Builders claimed gold, winning their respective weight classes. Surging NCWA rivals Toledo was second with 106 points, followed by the inaugural squad from NCAA Division III Marymount University with 85. The 125 pound bracket was nearly......

Puer­to Rico Nation­al Championship Venue Upgraded

| NCWA

The Roberto Clemente Coliseum became unavailable due to unexpected repairs and determined unusable for the 2023 National Collegiate Wrestling Championships. Discover Puerto Rico's Carlos Deliz and promoter Jerry Orsini have joined forces to make the Puerto Rico Convention Center available as the new and improved venue for this year's event.

Puerto Rico Convention Center

The move to this state-of-the-art Convention Center also places the venue and host hotels in the upscale T-Mobile District, eliminating the need for buses to transport athletes and coaches. Guests of the hotels can now walk the five minutes to the Convention Center. For more information on the 2023 National Collegiate Wrestling Championships, please visit www.NcwaNationals.org.

Bel­larmine Uni­ver­si­ty Claims NCWA National Duals Title

| Jack Kizer

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – In its second day of competition at the Louisville
Exposition Center, the Bellarmine wrestling team earned first place in the
NCWA Division at the NWCA / US Marine Corp National Duals.

The Knights won all six duals they competed in over the past two days to claim the title. Each dual featured 11 bouts, including a 235 match, which is unique to the NCWA division. Seven Bellarmine wrestlers went 6-0 to help propel the Knights to the tournament win.

Friday – Pool B Results
-Bellarmine 42 – Queens 9
-Bellarmine 58 – Emory & Henry 6
-Bellarmine 46 – Apprentice School 6

Saturday – Tournament
-Bellarmine 48 – Central Florida 6
-Bellarmine 35 – Queens 12
-Bellarmine 29 – Liberty 21

"I love how our team continued to grow together as the tournament progressed," Knights Head Coach Ned Shuck said. "A dual meet atmosphere is really special and we

Top-seed­ed Lib­er­ty falls to Bel­larmine in NCWA National Duals final

| Ted Allen

Four-time-defending NCWA National Duals tournament champion Liberty University’s men’s wrestling team came up just short in its bid for a fifth consecutive crown, Saturday at the Kentucky Convention Center.

More than 1,600 men’s and women’s wrestlers converged in Louisville, Ky., for the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) multi-divisional dual meet national tournament, divided into NCAA DII and DIII as well as NAIA and NCWA classifications.

After rallying from a 21-9 deficit to edge Mid-Atlantic Conference foe Apprentice School, 25-24, in the semifinals, the Flames bowed to Bellarmine University, which is

Emory & Hen­ry Upsets Cen­tral Flori­da to Place Sev­enth at National Duals

| Emory & Henry SID

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Emory & Henry College Men's Wrestling Team competed at the USMC/NWCA Multi-Division National Dual Meet Championships on Friday and Saturday. The Wasps wrestled in three pool play duals on Friday and three placing duals on Saturday. Seeded eighth in the NCWA division, which included two NCAA DI teams being reclassified from DII institutions. E&H finished in seventh place defeating University of Central Florida on Saturday afternoon with a 31-26 upset victory.

The Basics
FINAL SCORE
– #4 The Apprentice School 59, #8 Emory & Henry 0
FINAL SCORE – #2 Bellarmine 58, #8 Emory & Henry 6
FINAL SCORE – #6 Queens (N.C.) 60, #8 Emory & Henry -1
FINAL SCORE – #1 Liberty 57, #8 Emory & Henry 3
FINAL SCORE – #5 Grand Valley State 40, #8 Emory & Henry 24
FINAL SCORE – #8 Emory & Henry 31, #7 Central Florida 26
LOCATION – Louisville, Kentucky
VENUE – Kentucky Exposition Center
RECORD – Emory & Henry (3-17, 0-3 SACC)

Lib­er­ty and Bel­larmine dom­i­nate pool play in route to Saturday’s finals

| Liberty SiD

Liberty University’s top-seeded, four-time-defending NCWA National Duals championship wrestling team got out to a dominant start in Friday’s matches in its pool, slamming No. 5 seed Grand Valley State, 40-14, in the morning opener and No. 7 Central Florida, 55-3, in the afternoon match before taking down No. 3 Toledo, 41-9, in the evening clash at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky.

The Flames got pins from senior Charles Hudson at 149 pounds, sophomore Gabe Hayes at 184, and senior Seth Ellsmore at 235, and technical falls from seniors David Over at 165 and Rick Weaver at heavyweight to sink the Lakers. Ellsmore, who played football at NCAA.....

Tole­do and Grand Val­ley State Inten­si­fy Rival­ry at NCWA National Duals

| Bryan Knepper

The Toledo Rockets and Grand Valley State Lakers previously squared off at the Thanksgiving Duals with the dual coming down to the heavyweight match. Toledo ultimately won 28-21. The dual was much closer at the 2023 NCWA National Duals as both squads had key additions to the lineup that weren't present in November. As with the November dual, the match ultimately came down to the heavyweight match. #3 seeded Toledo won that match and consequently the dual to secure a 27-25 victory over #5 GVSU heading into Saturday's Quarterfinals.

Key to the Match: Camren Foster vs. Elijah Brown at 184


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Appren­tice Wins Two on Day One at National Duals

| Apprentice SID

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -The Apprentice School wrestling squad went 2-1 in pool B action on day one at the NCWA National Duals. The Builders notched a pair of dominant wins before falling to NCAA DI Bellarmine (KY).

The first round of action saw the Builders shut out conference rivals Emory & Henry NCAA DII, 59-0. Recording pins were Bruno Alves (125), Dillon Messick (133), David Norris (157), David McElravy (184), Matthew Henson (197) and Peter Cortapasso (285).

In the second round, Apprentice stopped NCAA DI Queens (N.C.), 38-13. The lightweights put on a show putting the Builders up 20-0 after pins from

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