Brooklyn Conrad of Ortonville High School is the 2022 recipient of the Ms. Minnesota – Wrestling Award as the top senior female high school wrestler in the state as announced by Minnesota Women’s Wrestling in partnership with the Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association.
Brooklyn’s accomplishments as a student-athlete are quite extensive and we needed to narrow her list of achievements to a select few. She is the 2022 MSHSL 120-pound state runner-up. She wrestled varsity the past few years on her boy’s high school team and late this season reached the 59 win mark as a varsity wrestler along with a whopping 30 career pins. A total rarely reached by high school girls in Minnesota when competing against an all-boys schedule.
She is also the MSHSL Region 3A AAA (Triple A) Award winner, school Valedictorian with a class ranking of #1, and carries a GPA of a perfect 4.0.
Having qualified for the MSHSL State Cross Country Meet this past fall, Brooklyn also earned All-Conference Honors. She is extremely active in 4H, achieved All-State in Concert Band, Academic All-State in Cross Country, and is a USA Wrestling Folkstyle All-American.
Recipients of the Ms. Minnesota – Wrestling Award receive a trophy to commemorate the achievement.
Ms. Minnesota – Wrestling is an award created by MN Women’s Wrestling in partnership with the MWCA with the sole purpose of promoting and recognizing annually, the top senior female high school wrestler within the state of Minnesota.