MEXICO CITY -- Campbellsville University incoming freshman Kayla Miracle fell short of the podium individually but helped Team USA take home the silver cup at the 2014 Pan American Senior Women's Wrestling Championships Thursday, July 16.
MEXICO CITY - One future Campbellsville University student-athlete is getting one step closer to her Olympic dream this week. Incoming freshman Kayla Miracle will compete for Team USA on Wednesday, July 16 at the Pan American Senior Wrestling Championships. The event will take place in the Gymnasium of the National Polytechnic Institute. Competition begins July 15 with the men's Greco-Roman action, followed by women's freestyle July 16 and the men's freestyle on July 17.
COLORADO SPRINGS – Four future Campbellsville University women's wrestlers have been named to the 14th annual ASICS Girls High School All-American Wrestling Team, USA Wrestling announced Tuesday.
Kayla Miracle of Campbellsville, Ky., touted as the No. 1 recruit in the nation, is on the ASICS First Team for the fourth consecutive year. She is one of seven repeat selections on the First Team, which will be recognized July 18-26, at the ASICS/Vaughan Junior National Championships in Fargo, N.D.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Three Lady Tigers are listed among the Top 10 for their weight in the most recent U.S. Senior Women's Wrestling Rankings, released April 9 by USA Wrestling.
COLORADO SPRINGS – Saturday was an eye-opener for four Campbellsville University women's wrestlers. Breonnah Neal, Rosemary Flores, Hanna Hall and Michelle Organ each competed in their first senior international tournament at the Dave Schultz Memorial International, hosted by USA Wrestling at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.