OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — (RESULTS) It has been over a month since Campbellsville women's wrestling hit the mats against any opponent but you wouldn't have known it by the results this past weekend at the University Nationals. Five of the 11 Lady Tigers who made the trip, finished in the top six.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — A runner-up finish at nationals has solidified Campbellsville as the No. 2 team in the final Women's College Wrestling Association's (WCWA) final rankings.
ST. LOUIS – Ever since the first regular season rankings came out in November, it was the team captains, Kayla Miracle and Tiaira Scott, sitting atop their respective weight class. That's exactly how the season played out on Valentine's Day at the Women's Collegiate Wrestling Association (WCWA) National Championships as Miracle and Scott claimed the first national titles in Campbellsville University women's wrestling program history.
The two titles also gave CU second-place in its second season – a mark no WCWA program has ever done.
ST. LOUIS – Ten Campbellsville University Lady Tigers have a chance to be named a WCWA All-American when competition resumes Saturday morning at Missouri Baptist University.
Five of those 10 (Rosemary Flores, 130 pounds; Kayla Miracle, 136 pounds; Hannah Gladden , 143 pounds; Hanna Hall, 155 pounds; and Tiaira Scott, 191 pounds) still have national title hopes as they prepare for Saturday morning's national semifinals.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Campbellsville Women's Wrestling hopes to rewrite history when it takes to the mats Friday morning for the start of the 13th annual Women's Collegiate Wrestling Association (WCWA) National Championships.