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Women's Weekly: Chasing College Wrestling History
Mar 1, 2023It’s time to make history.
Women's Weekly: Championship Season Is Here
Feb 21, 2023Spots in the National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Championships were on the line over the weekend at five separate regional qualifiers. The top four wrestlers from each region qualify for the NCWWC tournament in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on March 3-4.
Women's Weekly: Raiders Ready To Roll
Feb 13, 2023Southern Oregon coach Gabby Weyhrich has had quite a rookie campaign.
Women's Weekly: Yelena Makoyed Is For Real
Feb 6, 2023This is starting to get good.
Women's Weekly: Sacred Heart Continues To Climb
Jan 31, 2023Watching Sacred Heart coach Paulina Biega at last year’s Senior High School Nationals in Virginia Beach was a sight to behold. She was there recruiting talent, of course, but she also had a long line of parents and athletes who wanted to learn more about her program.
Women's Weekly: Can McKendree Compete With Iowa?
Jan 24, 2023Don’t count out the reigning three-time national collegiate champions just yet.
Women's Weekly: King Holds Court
Jan 16, 2023There was no post-National Duals hangover for King University. The Tornado wreaked havoc on the competition at home following a memorable weekend in Louisville, highlighted by a thrilling 23-21 win over North Central in the finals.
Women's Weekly: The Ultimate Wrestling Showdown
Jan 12, 2023What happens when the top-ranked NAIA wrestler faces the top-ranked NCAA wrestler?
Women's Weekly: 15-Year-Old Wins Midlands
Jan 4, 2023Carley Ceshker just won the Midlands Championships as a freshman — in high school.
Women's Weekly: Nina Makem vs Yele Aycock IV?
Dec 27, 2022There wasn’t much to write about when North Central’s Yele Aycock defeated Augsburg’s Nina Makem during the 136-pound finals of the Pointer Women’s Open on November 15. It was a 2-1 snoozefest with Aycock winning on activity clock points.
Women's Weekly: The Rise Of Adaugo Nwachukwu
Dec 19, 2022Adaugo Nwachukwu's wrestling journey seems nearly impossible. Nwachukwu left Nigeria for California in 2018 and found the sport as a sophomore. She expected rings and ropes but realized quickly that high school wrestling was far different than the theatrics seen on television.
Women's Weekly: Lexi Janiak Put The Country On Notice
Dec 13, 2022Aurora’s Lexi Janiak’s college career didn’t get off to a good start. The freshman phenom from Plainfield, Illinois, opened her season by losing to North Central’s Sara Sterner in her first dual. Oh, by the way, she got pinned.
Women Are Choosing Wrestling Over Other Sports
Dec 6, 2022How many times have you heard the following scenarios?
Women's Stars Leading Boys And Girls High School Wrestling Teams
Nov 30, 2022Deanna Rix was in tears as she was about to take the mat. No woman had ever done what she was about to do: defeat a boy in the state tournament finals. All she had to do was win.
Women's Weekly: Iowa Passes First Test
Nov 21, 2022Clarissa Chun has been on the recruiting trail during her first year as head coach at the University of Iowa. The former Olympic bronze medalist sought the best talent from across the country to Iowa City.