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The 2019-2020 season starts this Saturday (11/2) and features a total of 56 returning All-Americans in the Men's Division including EIGHT Returning Champions and TEN individuals with National Championships under their belt. The team race looks to be Liberty's for the taking with mainstays Apprentice, Springfield Tech, Grand Valley State, and Central Florida not too far behind.
Elma native Kevin Pine will not only be returning home to the Harbor to coach the Grays Harbor College Women’s wrestling team, he’ll be able to work along side his brother for the first time in over 10 years.
Last weekend, the University of North Texas claimed their third straight National Collegiate Wrestling Association (NCWA) GoGreco National Championships title. The Mean Green were led by Head Coach, three-time world medalist and two-time NCAA Champion, Andre Metzger. North Texas brought home
The 2019 edition of the National Collegiate Wrestling Association (NCWA) GoGreco Nationals will be once again held at Richland College in Dallas Texas, June 14-15. In addition to the men's Greco-Roman ...MORE
The 2019 edition of the NCWA GoGreco Nationals will be once again held at Richland College in Dallas Texas. We will be adding, as an Exhibition, the first ever Women's Greco Division.
The Competition will begin on Saturday June 15th at 10:00 am with with weigh-in’s at 7:00 - 8:00 pm Friday June 14th. The GoGreco Summit meetings will begin Friday at 1:00 where rules, season and overall expansion will be discussed. -- ATHLETE REGISTRATION --
The Tentative Schedule will be as follows:
Friday June 14th 3:00 - 5:00 -GoGreco Summit meetings - Embassy Suites 5:30 - 7:00 -Greco-Roman Open Mat & Clinic - Richland 7:00 - 8:00 -GoGreco Weigh-ins - Richland
Saturday June 15th 8:00 - 8:30 -Optional Late weigh-in Richland 10:00 -Preliminary Rounds — >>> — Through Championship Finals
On Saturday, April 27th, Collegiate Jiu-Jitsu competition became a reality. Chris Martin, jiu-jitsu coach at Marquette University and head marketing officer of Nova Gyms in Milwaukee, with the support of the National Collegiate Wrestling Association, hosted the first-ever Collegiate Team Dual meet where Marquette students faced off against the Northern Illinois University Jiu Jitsu team. The competition, though new and unique, included features familiar to grappling fans of all persuasions.
The first competition, reflecting the influence of the NCWA, was a true dual meet, where teams of six faced off, each in his/her own weight class. Wins by submission offered higher point values, and faster wins offer still higher rewards with a team champion being crowned based on total points.
Cody Richmond got to experience a moment that most wrestlers will never live through. Short of an outright national championship, the right to apply the title of All-American to his or her name is a cherished thing.
It happened last weekend for Richmond, a Shady Spring native who never even placed in the state tournament. Yet there he was, on the podium at the NCWA Grand Nationals in Allen, Texas, one of eight place winners at 174 pounds.
It might never have happened if not for a conversation he had with his dying grandfather a few years ago.
Ron Chambers was battling white blood cell cancer. He didn’t have much time when he talked to Richmond about wrestling — something Richmond had given up by that point.
ALLEN, Texas – Liberty defended its NCWA title Saturday, and the suspense was gone shortly after the finals matches began. The Flames won their third overall championship and became the sixth team to repeat as NCWA champions in the association’s 22 seasons.
The Flames entered Saturday’s bouts with a 21.5-point lead over rival The Apprentice School, and within three weight classes had expanded the separation enough to clinch the team title. Coupled with its title at the NCWA National Duals and team points earned there, Liberty also claimed the NCWA’s Collegiate Cup as its Grand National champion. The win was Liberty’s third team title in the last five years. All five of Liberty’s finalists won their matches, leaving the rest of the field in its wake.
ALLEN, Texas – Liberty surged in the semifinals Friday night to place five wrestlers in the finals and still has six alive in the consolation placing rounds to take a 16.5-point lead over The Apprentice School after two days at the NCWA Championships. The Flames were 5-2 in semifinals matches to set up their shot at the repeating as NCWA champions with their third national title overall.
ALLEN, Texas – The 22nd NCWA Championships are a day away with one of the association’s largest national tournament fields in its history. The NCWA is back in Texas at the Allen Event Center for the sixth time with almost 500 wrestlers in the men’s and women’s divisions representing 78 teams from 30 states.
Follow along either on our Facebook page, or view brackets as they're released at https://ncwa.net/brackets ____________________________________________________________ Don't miss it! Sunday, March 10th, at 6PM EST/ 5PM CST, we'll be broadcasting our bracket drawings for 2019 National Championships on Facebook Live & publishing live bracket updates. Check back here at that time for a link to the feed & bracket updates.
The MIT Wrestling Team competed at the Northeast Conference National Qualifier at Springfield Technical Community College and finished tied for 5th place as a team. The Engineers put 3 wrestlers in the finals and had 4 wrestlers place in the top 4. Freshman, Keith Skaggs won the 125 pound weight class defeating the 2017 defending champion, Christian Antoine 7-5 in overtime. Keith won his first ....
MOSES LAKE- It certainly didn’t take long for the Big Bend Vikings to make their mark on the wrestling scene. In the Big Bend wrestling program’s first year back, not only did they finish second in the NCWA Northwest Conference, but they managed to send 11 wrestlers to the national competition in Texas.
In order to qualify for the national tournament, competitors had to place in the Top 5 in the conference championship this past weekend in Aberdeen
The Grays Harbor College wrestling team continued its dominance in the National Collegiate Wrestling Association’s Northwest Conference on Saturday, winning its fourth-consecutive team title after a stellar performance at the Sam Benn Gymnasium.
Grays Harbor, which entered Saturday’s NCWA Northwest Conference Championship ranked No. 7 in the nation, secured the team title with
The Apprentice wrestling squad had historically ruled the Mid-Atlantic conference, winning eight straight team titles from 2003-2011. They also won back-to-back Northeast Conference titles before moving conferences. The team was largely uncontested in conference action, until a new in-state rival entered the division. Liberty.
When Liberty University dropped its NCAA D1 program, the team joined theNational Collegiate Wrestling Associationand immediately made waves in the competition. Apprentice has not won a conference team title since Liberty first knocked them off in 2012, however the drought could soon be over.
Despite losing two head-to-head dual meets to Liberty this season, the Builders are still #1 in the team tournament rankings. Last season Liberty won the MAC with 200.5 team points, beating 2nd place Apprentice by 25. At the National Championships Apprentice nearly flipped the script, narrowly losing the National team title by half of a point.