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  1. Full Loaded Field For Women's Nationals

    Full Loaded Field For Women's Nationals

    May 6, 2021

    The future of women's wrestling will be on display this weekend in Irving, Texas at Women's Nationals. With World Team spots on the line for Cadet, Junior, and U23 women, these massive brackets are sure to produce incredible action. Check out everyone who's registered for Women's Nationals
  2. U.S. Senior Nationals Women's Freestyle Recap

    U.S. Senior Nationals Women's Freestyle Recap

    May 4, 2021

    Several Senior-level stars put on stellar performances last weekend at the 2021 Seniors Nationals in Coralville, Iowa, as Olympic Team member and 2019 World champion Jacarra Winchester of Titan Mercury dominated her opponents 40-0 on the day in the 55 kg bracket, while 2017 Junior world champion Maya Nelson of Sunkist Kids battled her way to the Outstanding Wrestler award competing at 59 kg. Other familiar names won their first-ever Senior Nationals stop signs, with 50 kg Erin Golston of Wisconsin RTC finally getting one after being a runner-up three times (2016, 2017 & 2019) and third place twice (2013 & 2018), Alexandria Glaude of Beaver Dam RTC getting her first at 72 kg, and Dymond Guilford of Titan Mercury getting one at 76 kg.
  3. Junior & Senior Nationals Registrations Are Getting Tough

    Junior & Senior Nationals Registrations Are Getting Tough

    Apr 28, 2021

    Junior and Senior Nationals are a few days away, and registrations are looking solid. Take a look at everyone who's registered to compete for spots on the Junior World Team or in the Senior World Team Trials.
  4. 2020 Junior & U23 Women's Preview

    2020 Junior & U23 Women's Preview

    Nov 12, 2020

    We’re days away from the U23 and Junior Nationals taking center stage at the CHI Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska, on November 13-15. This event will feature a mix of elite high school, college, and Senior level wrestlers in both the Junior and U23 divisions.