MARSHALL, Mo. – Five Lady Tigers placed in the Top 8 of their weight Saturday at the Missouri Valley College Open. Campbellsville University women's wrestling, ranked No. 10 in the Women's Collegiate Wrestling Association (WCWA) entered six individuals and had one unattached individual in their first tournament in program history.
The MVC Open included wrestlers from 12 of the Top 13 teams in the WCWA and also several Top 10 individuals in the US Senior Rankings for women's freestyle wrestling.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Campbellsville University women's wrestling has cracked the nation's Top 10 in the first regular season rankings, the Women's College Wrestling Association announced Monday.
After starting the season last in the WCWA, Campbellsville is ranked No. 10 in the team standings, based on the number of points gained by individual rankings.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Breonnah Neal and Rosemary Flores went unbeaten to lead the Lady Tigers in Campbellsville University's debut as a collegiate women's wrestling program Saturday in the King College Duals.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. –Six high school seniors from six different states signed to become Campbellsville University women's wrestlers Oct. 26 in CU's inaugural Early Signing Day Event.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – History is in the making at Campbellsville University, but that is nothing new for most members of the inaugural class of CU women's wrestling recruits.
Lee Miracle, head coach of the start-up women's wrestling program, has announced his first 11 signees for the 2013-14 season. The group includes four former or current ASICS All-Americans, three U.S. Junior Women's National Team members and many who were trailblazers for their sport in high school.