University of Chicago Head Wrestling Coach Leo Kocher was honored as an inductee into the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) Division III Hall of Fame.
Case Western Reserve University wrestlers will leave for an international summer trip to Italy on Tuesday, May 21st. The 10-day trip will provide the wrestlers with an opportunity for sightseeing and other once-in-a-lifetime experiences, in addition to having the chance to compete at the prestigious Matteo Pellicone Open.
The University of Chicago wrestling team, along with six student-athletes, received 2018-19 All-Academic honors from the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA).
Isaac Collier & Alec Hoover Named NWCA Scholar All-Americans; CWRU Ranks 11th in Division III in Team GPA
Led by juniors Isaac Collier and Alec Hoover, the Case Western Reserve University wrestling team has earned the National Wrestling Coaches' Association Division III Scholar Team Award with the nation's 11th-best grade point average.
The National Wrestling Coaches Association released the 2018-19 Division III All-Academic Team and Individual honorees.
Jaes Jones, the top assistant for the Case Western Reserve wrestling team, has been with the program for the past five seasons and has brought his talent and leadership to the student-athletes both on and off the mats.
University of Chicago wrestlers Kyle Peisker and Ben Sarasin concluded their All-American campaigns at the NCAA Division III championship on Saturday.
Evan Drill of NYU Concludes Season With Second Consecutive All-America Honor at NCAA Wrestling Championship
Evan Drill, a junior on the New York University wrestling team, wrapped up competition at the NCAA Championships with a fifth-place finish on Saturday, March 9, in Roanoke, VA.
In a big day for University of Chicago wrestling, both Maroon qualifers – Ben Sarasin and Kyle Peisker – are still alive in the 2019 NCAA Division III National Championships and are guaranteed an All-American finish as they continue competition in Saturday's consolation rounds.
Two New York University wrestlers competed on the first day of the NCAA Division III Championships on Friday, March 8, in Roanoke, VA.