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Posted by Chris Megginson - Sat, Nov. 15, 2014 - [Women's Wrestling]
Tiaira Scot (File Photo)
Tiaira Scot (File Photo)

MARSHALL, Mo. – Campbellsville University's two top-ranked wrestlers proved their No. 1 ranking in Women's Collegiate Wrestling Association action Saturday, as Kayla Miracle and Tiaira Scott each claimed first place at the Missouri Valley Open.

Miracle did not allow a point all day as she tech'd each of her six opponents, 10-0, to win at 130 pounds. Scott also breezed through her bracket (191 pounds) with a pair of pins and tech falls.

Posted by Chris Megginson - Wed, Nov. 12, 2014 - [Women's Wrestling]
Kayla Miracle
Kayla Miracle

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Kayla Miracle (Campbellsville, Ky./Sunkist Kids) has been named TheMat.com Wrestler of the Week. 

Posted by Chris Megginson - Sun, Nov. 9, 2014 - [Women's Wrestling]
Lee Miracle and Kayla Miracle
Lee Miracle and Kayla Miracle

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. – Kayla Miracle increased her international and U.S. senior level stock Nov. 8, being named the Most Outstanding Wrestler and winning the 55kg gold medal at the Bill Farrell International, hosted by the New York Athletic Club at Hofstra University.

Miracle, a Campbellsville University freshman, was one of four U.S. women and eight Americans to win a gold medal Saturday in the international tournament.

Posted by Chris Megginson - Fri, Nov. 7, 2014 - [Women's Wrestling]
Tiaira Scott and Kayla Miracle are both ranked No. 1 in WCWA.
Tiaira Scott and Kayla Miracle are both ranked No. 1 in WCWA.

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Campbellsville University women's wrestling continues to make history, as the Lady Tigers climbed to No. 3 in the first regular season WCWA rankings of its second season.  The Lady Tigers are ranked third in both the dual rankings and point standings from individual rankings.

CU has 10 individuals ranked in the WCWA, including two at No. 1. Ten ranked wrestlers at one time are the most so far in program history.

Posted by Chris Megginson - Sat, Nov. 1, 2014 - [Women's Wrestling]
Tiaira Scott secured the win with a 28 second pin at 191 pounds.
Tiaira Scott secured the win with a 28 second pin at 191 pounds.

WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. – Campbellsville University women's wrestling bumped six of its wrestlers up in weight Saturday night, but that didn't keep the fourth-ranked Lady Tigers from beating University of the Cumberlands, 28-18, for the fourth time this season.

For various reasons, Coach Lee Miracle chose to move his top wrestlers up at least one weight from their national rating, starting at 109 through 155. That decision gave most of the team the luxury of not having to worry about their weight for at least one week.

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