NCWA Championships - Thursday Summary

Posted on March 09, 2018

ALLEN, Texas – Liberty University leads the NCWA Championships after the first day, advancing seven wrestlers into the quarterfinals but using its depth with nine other alive in the consolation rounds for a 74-point total and a moderate cushion over the field. The Apprentice School is comfortably in second place for the moment with 66.5 points, while Central Florida is 14 points back in third with 60 points. Two-time defending champion Emmanuel College is fourth with 56 points, with BYU just behind in fifth at 55.5. Grays Harbor College and Washington State are tied for sixth at 50 points.

Women Create Their Own Legacy for CSU Wrestling

Posted on March 06, 2018

Two women are changing the culture of Colorado State wrestling – a space traditionally dominated by men. Juniors KaMele Sanchez and Kendal Davis are leading the way in one of the most successful seasons in CSU history. Sanchez and Davis’ wrestling journeys have led them on juxtaposing paths to become officers for the team as well as two of the most successful wrestlers to ever compete in

National Championships Live Draw Broadcast

Posted on March 01, 2018

Watch live this Saturday, March 3rd, at 7PM Eastern / 4PM Pacific as we draw the remaining unseeded athletes for bracket placements in the 2018 NCWA National Championship Tournament. CHECK BACK HERE AT BROADCAST TIME!


Posted on February 28, 2018

Due to a clerical error, a top-10 wrestler at 197-lbs was recently removed from the rankings.  The REVISED rankings include him, Jack Dahlgren of Grays Harbor who is the #7-ranked wrestler at 197-lbs.  Our apologies for the error!  Please see the updated rankings at REVISED NCWA RANKINGS

Liberty Has Advantage in Rankings Heading to Allen

Posted on February 27, 2018

The last rankings before the National Tournament in Allen, TX have been released.  Liberty shows a sizable lead over their closed rivals Central Florida, Grand Valley State, Apprentice, and Emmanuel...

Southwest Conference Championships Recap

Posted on February 26, 2018

DENTON, Texas – The University of North Texas and Richland College (Dallas) went neck-and-neck in the team standings throughout the SWC Championships, with UNT pulling away at the end with a championship at heavyweight from Ikaika Neal to edge Richland, 138.5-134. The Eagles and Thunderducks each won five weight classes, with UNT taking most of the lighter weights and Richland earning most of the heavier classes. 

Richland and UNT battled each other in seven finals matches, with Richland taking 

Colorado State Wins Great Plains Conference Title

Posted on February 26, 2018

Colorado State University Wrestling won its first conference title under head coach Kendall DeJonge last weekend at the National Collegiate Wrestling Association Great Plains Conference Tournament.

CSU had 11 wrestlers finish on the podium, including four champions, qualifying them for the NCWA Division II Nationals. The men will be joined by the team’s two female wrestlers, juniors KaMele Sanchez and Kendal Davis, who already qualified.

Liberty Maintains MAC Dominance with Seventh Straight Title

Posted on February 25, 2018

Liberty University's men's wrestling team had five individual weight class champions and added four runner-up finishes and three third-place showings to clinch its seventh consecutive Mid-Atlantic Conference tournament crown, Saturday at the LaHaye Multipurpose Center. 

The NCWA National Duals champion Flames will send 16 wrestlers who qualified with top-five finishes Saturday to Allen, Texas, for the March 8-10 NCWA Grand National Championships, where they will 

It's Championship Week in the NCWA

Posted on February 19, 2018

DALLAS - Championship Week begins this weekend at nine locations around the country. The road to earning on of the 490 qualifying spots in the NCWA Men's National Championships starts with the conference qualifiers, as all nine of the NCWA conferences are in action. 

Flames wrestlers roll over Mules to finish 11-1 in dual meets

Posted on February 18, 2018

Liberty University's men's wrestling team got snowed in Allentown, Pa., after Saturday night's dual match at Muhlenberg College when six inches fell on northern Pennsylvania. On the mat, the Flames used the snowball effect to roll over the NCAA Division III Mules, 34-8, improving to 11-1 on the year in dual-meet competition.

Flames 157-pounder Andrew Burgett won his match by 7-0 decision. (Photo by Nathan Spencer)

"We spoiled the party," Liberty Head Coach Jesse Castro said, noting that Muhlenberg had scheduled the NCWA Flames on its Senior Night. 

Ross Graham Named USCAA Wrestler of the Week

Posted on February 16, 2018

Ross Graham of The Apprentice School has been named the USCAA Wrestler of the Week for the week of Feb. 11. At the USCAA Wrestling National Invitational, Graham pinned all three of his opponents to win the 197-pound bracket and help pace the Builders to the tournament title. 

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