CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Coach Franky James has built the Campbellsville men's wrestling program from the ground up. After starting the program in 2004, James has produced 42 All-Americans and three individual national champions. This season, James and his staff are looking to build on their fifth-consecutive Top 10 finish after a strong sixth place finish last season. The 2014-15 season also saw Davion Caston become the program's first national champion since 2010.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — The excitement is in the air about Campbellsville University wrestling. With the new practice facility near completion, men's wrestling coach Franky James has more exciting news. James and Rusty Hollingsworth, CU's director of athletics, announced the addition of graduate assistant Terrence Smith to the men's wrestling staff.
TOPEKA, Kan. – Five years ago, Campbellsville University was celebrating Tommy Pretty's 133-pound NAIA Wrestling National Champion and immediately began looking for its next one.
Head Coach Franky James went back to his hotbed – the Ohio State Tournament – seeking to sign Davion Caston, a fourth-place 119-pound finisher from Sandusky High School.
TOPEKA, Kan. – Campbellsville University wrestling has a chance to make history this evening, as the Tigers advanced two grapplers to the NAIA Wrestling Championships finals for the first time since 2012. It's only the third time in program history CU sent two to the finals, doing so in 2007 and 2012.
Davion Caston, a 133-pound junior college transfer from Darton College (Ga.) and senior 174-pounder Travis McIntosh both collected semifinal wins Saturday morning for a chance to battle the top-ranked wrestler in their weight for the championship.