All elements of the North Carolina wrestling community are invited to come together for one outstanding pre-season finale.
The Oct. 25th Skills Academy/Tournament to be held in Mooresville will feature learning opportunities for the entire wrestling community!
Wrestlers will be treated to another outstanding skills academy lead by top college coaches from North Carolina, along with high school and youth coaches.
Following the skills academy, wrestlers will participate in a folkstyle tournament. Wrestlers who wish to wrestle freestyle matches will also be allowed to do so. Registration for both the skills academy and the tournament is only $15 (USA membership is required).
Three other special learning activities will take place on the 25th.
First, Officials from the Piedmont Association and other folkstyle officials from across the state will hold an officials clinic, and will then officiate the tournament. Any officials interested in attending should contact Bob Mauldin.
Next, a Bronze coaches clinic will be offered. Any coach who wishes to earn Bronze certification may participate. You will need to RSVP for the Bronze Clinic (cost is $65)
Finally, there will be a pairings clinic for anyone interested in learning the basics of trackwrestling and how to pair tournaments. This session is open to parents, coaches, or anyone interested in learning this important part of the wrestling world!
Oct. 25th's event will be held at the Talbert Recreation Center in Mooresville, NC. Weigh-ins will begin at 8am, with the Skills Academy and clinics getting underway at 9am.
E-mail us if you have any questions about the event.
North Carolina Amateur Wrestling Association is the state affiliate of the national governing body for the sport of wrestling in the United States of America, USA Wresting, or USAW. The purpose of NCUSA is to promote, develop and foster wrestling in the state of North Carolina. NCUSA focuses on state development by encouraging local organizations to become strong, viable organizations. We recognize that each community is different and we work to provide suitable options that fit each situation.
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6 Teams looking to expand to 16 teams! . Every Team will get 4-5 matches. $ 200 per team. Contact Jared Campbell to sign up .
The first annual Wrestling Coaches Breakfast to promote wrestling in the state of North Carolina will take place at the State Farmers Market Restaurant in Raleigh on Wednesday, October 15th at 9:30 am. The goal is to bring the 10 collegiate wrestling programs in the state of North Carolina together and give a preview of our up-coming seasons to the public. Each head coach will speak three minutes on their schedule and their team outlook. We are inviting high school coaches, retired coaches, wrestling officials, the media, and fans.
The state of NC has much to be proud of in the wrestling community including numerous NCAA champions, hosting the NCAA Tournament and possessing the second most Division I collegiate programs in the country, with seven. Only Pennsylvania has more with 11.
Commitments from the NC State and UNC coaching staffs have confirmed their attendance, so have Olympic silver medalist Jamel Kelly and Olympic bronze medalist Coleman Scott. Both are assistant coaches at NC State and UNC, respectively.
Cost of the event is free and attendees can order from the menu. Please RSVP to the email address below so we can give the restaurant a number count.
Head Wrestling Coach
St. Andrews University