Menlo College Women’s Wrestling Wins a Place in the Record Books

Menlo College Women's Wrestling Wins a Place in the Record Books

Menlo College Women’s Wrestling has been rewriting the women’s collegiate wrestling history book all season long, and the season came to a storybook finish: for the first time, the Menlo College women’s wrestling team had the opportunity to compete for two national titles in a single season: at the final meet of the year of the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association (WCWA), and again at the final meet of the year of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).

In February 2019, our women’s wrestling team returned from Georgia after having claimed the WCWA championship. And six weeks later in North Dakota, they claimed the NAIA championship. Two for two.  It doesn’t get any better. After a 91-year dry spell, Menlo College can now boast of two national titles. Menlo College now has the only collegiate women’s wrestling program in the sport’s history to win both tournaments. The team is a legend in their own time.

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