The Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association Presidents’ Committee has decided to make the 2022 Fall Clinic on Saturday, October 29th a Recorded Virtual Conference. There will be no live sessions this year. The MWCA will be collaborating with Rules Officials, College Coaches, Clinicians, and other vendors to create recorded videos that will be shared with MWCA members to watch when it is convenient for the members.
The Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association is kicking-off their 2022-2023 Membership Drive.
2022 MWCA Award Recipients Honored
Benson, Minn. – Eight new members were inducted into the Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association Dave Bartelma Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 7th in Benson, Minn.
The new inductees honored were Steve Carlson, Neil Jennissen, Dan Lefebvre, Tony Nelson, Jim Repke, Ron Sanders, Zach Sanders, and Kevin Steinhaus.
Congratulations to the first-ever Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association and The Guillotine High School Girls Academic All-State honorees. Thanks to the coaches, administrators, and parents for helping to recognize these exceptional student-athletes.
The Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association and The Guillotine are excited to partner and recognize Minnesota High School Girls Academic All-State Wrestlers for the first time. Girls Academic All-State Wrestlers will be published in the May issue of The Guillotine Newsmagazine and on our website. View Qualifications and Official Application
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.
The Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association annually presents the Mr. Minnesota High School Wrestler award to the senior that best exemplifies the highest ideals of high school wrestling in Minnesota. Judging is based on past performances, citizenship, academics, leadership, and adherence to MSHSL rules. This year the committee is proud to recognize Kasson-Mantorville’s five-time state champion, Bennett Berge.
Every spring at tournament time coaches from each high school section vote for their respective Section Head and Assistant Coach of the Year. Head coach selections are then put on a ballot to be voted on by all coaches at the State Tournament for Class AAA, AA, and A Coach of the Year.