The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling and FloWrestling are again partnered to create its second national rankings for high school girls wrestlers for the 2019-20 season.
This ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 9-12, and includes athletes from all 50 states. There are 19 states which sponsor official or emerging girls state high school championships, while many other states are also developing their girls high school program.
The ranking evaluates success from the key preseason tournaments, including Super 32 and the USA Wrestling Preseason Nationals, as well as early-season high school events.
Minnesota Girls High School Wrestling Preseason Rankings have been released. Rankings are by MN Girls Wrestling. Please provide feedback to email@example.com.
The Guillotine Action Photos from the 2019 USA Wrestling Women’s Junior National Championships. July 16-17, 2019 at Fargo, N.D. Continue reading
2019 USA Wrestling Women’s Junior National Championships results. July 16th-17th at Fargo, N.D.
2019 USA Wrestling 16U Women’s Freestyle National Championships results. July 13th-14th at Fargo, N.D.
The U.S. wrestling community, including its leading organizations, is celebrating today’s announcement from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) concerning women’s wrestling.
The NCAA’s Committee on Women’s Athletics (CWA) has “recommended that all three divisions of the NCAA governance structure add women’s wrestling as an NCAA emerging sport, effective August 1, 2020.”
Each NCAA division (Division I, Division II and Division III) will address this recommendation separately and will determine independently if women’s wrestling is added to the division’s Emerging Sports list.
Emily Shilson of Mounds View High School has been awarded the Ms. Minnesota – Wrestling Award as the top senior female high school wrestler in the state.
Shilson finishes her high school career with a 139-64 record. She qualified for the MSHSL State Wrestling Tournament three times and twice competed in the State Team Tournament. Emily is a 2018 Cadet World Champion, 2018 Youth Olympic Games Champion, and a 2017 Cadet World Silver Medalist. She is the first six-time MN Girls High School Wrestling State champion.