NAIA To Adopt Women's Wrestling As National Championship Sport
Apr 9, 2022Big news for women's wrestling dropped today as the NAIA voted to adopt women's wrestling as the 28th championship sport. An NAIA Invitational has taken place since 2019 but this will be the first time that women's wrestling will have an officially-sanctioned collegiate national championship at any level.
#1 Life Rallies To Defeat #2 Campbellsville In Rematch Of National Duals
Feb 3, 2022It came down to the wire. And Life prevailed.
Women's Weekly: The Rematch
Jan 31, 2022Top-ranked Life University will face #2 Campbellsville University on Thursday, February 3 in Williamsburg, Kentucky. The dual is part of a triangular between Life, Campbellsville, and #8 University of the Cumberlands. The Running Eagles knocked off Tigers, 25-19, during a dramatic final of the NAIA division of the NWCA National Duals held on January 7.
Women's Weekly: Ashley Flavin Makes History For Life
Jan 14, 2022Ashley Flavin of Life University made history twice at the NWCA Multidivisional National Duals in Louisville, Kentucky, on January 8.
Life Prevails, King Reigns at NWCA National Duals
Jan 11, 2022It was a weekend full of what wrestling fans wanted—upsets, excitement, and high drama with national team titles on the line inside the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville. In the end, it was Life University winning the NAIA with a dual that came down to the final match, a match we’ll be talking about for years. And it was King winning the NCAA, taking down a McKendree program that had been on top for the last three years.Here’s a look at what transpired Thursday and Friday in both divisions:
Women's Weekly: National Duals Fever
Jan 2, 2022Get ready for fireworks!
NAIA Women's National Invitational Recap
Mar 17, 2021#1 ranked Campbellsville came into this year’s NAIA Women’s National Invitational in Jamestown, North Dakota, as the favorite last weekend, but what was expected to be a close team race turned into a runaway victory for the Kentucky squad, outscoring 2nd place Life University 185-134.5. In all, Campbellsville had 5 in the finals and a whopping 8 in the top three.