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Please remove the the teams from the Ncwa or start your own thread. I didnt list them here for a reason.

 

This list is for schools that have a varsity team and compete in those organizations that I listed.

 

 

No

 

Mr tough guy. Remove it, or Ill just have the moderator do it.

 

You wouldnt be a tough guy with split open head after getting your worthless a$$ beat.

 

Maybe the moderator should remove you.

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NCWA Athletic Dept Sponsored Programs:

 

Alfred State College

Blair Academy

California Baptist University (making final transition to NCAA-D2 this year from NAIA after 3 yrs in NCWA)

Douglas College

Ferrum College (transitioning to NCAA-D3)

Grand Canyon University (transitioning to NCAA-D1 from NCAA-D2 which takes 5 years...see SIU-Edwardsville)

Marion Military Institute

Mott Community College

Northland International University

Penn State - Altoona

Penn State - Beaver

Penn State - Fayette

Penn State - Greater Allegheny

Penn State - Mont Alto

Penn State - New Kensington

Penn State - DuBois

Pennsylvania College of Technology

Southern Virginia University

The Apprentice School

United States Air Force Academy Prep

United States Military Academy Prep

United States Naval Academy Prep

Valley Forge Military College

Williamson School of Mechanical Trades

 

Programs NOT SPONSORED by Athletic Dept, but are recognized through NCWA Governing body as VARSITY PROGRAMS (most give scholarships for wrestling):

 

East Tennessee State University

Georgia Southern University

Grand Valley State University

Liberty University (formerly NCAA-D1, several time East Regional Champs, with same Coaching Staff)

Mercer University

Middle Tennessee State University

University of Central Florida

University of Maryland / Baltimore County

University of New Hampshire

University of North Florida

West Chester University

Wichita State University

 

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Whichever team you coach, I would challenge you to schedule these teams...it will only benefit your program moving forward. These teams listed above wrestle a VARSITY schedule, give scholarships for WRESTLING, participate in the NWCA's Optimal Performance Calculator (OPC), and perennially do well at the national-level tournaments...in fact, one of the NCWA Champions from this past season (157-lb Santiago Martinez from UCF placed 7th at the US Open and made the world team trials...the year before Martinez lost to a guy named Marcus Miller from Navy Prep in the finals...who did pretty damn well for Navy this year in NCAA-D1). On top of that in duals, NCWA teams have a WINNING record over the past 3 years versus non-NCWA programs. Tough numbers to swallow if you are a "traditionalist." Feel free to check results of dual tournaments such as the Virginia Duals or Opens such as the Citadel Open, etc...to see how the NCWA competes with other divisions if you would like.

 

Teams that have recently transitioned through the NCWA on the way to other divisions due to the fact that their respective leagues have a POSTSEASON BAN during transition (which would kill almost any college program) include:

 

Lindenwood University - Belleville (NAIA)

Lindenwood University - St. Charles (NCAA-D2)

McKendree University (NCAA-D2)

Minot State University (NCAA-D2)

Notre Dame College (OH) (NCAA-D2)

Simon Fraser University (BC) (NCAA-D2)

Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville (NCAA-D1)

West Virginia Tech University (NCAA-D2)

 

On top of that, programs have been SAVED from elimination due to the efforts of the NCWA in conjunction with the NWCA...programs such as BUCKNELL...which dropped its program, was buoyed by the NCWA, and then reinstated a few years later back to NCAA-D1. The same has been done with Liberty with the hopes to get that great institution back to NCAA-D1 (I really hope that happens for Coach Castro--but at the same time he has been a great addition to the NCWA). The future of Brown wrestling may depend on the NCWA as well.

 

But hey...let's make a list of "every" collegiate wrestling program in the country aimed at letting kids know where they can compete in college and leave off an organization with 1700 collegiate wrestlers representing close to 150 schools, some of them the biggest schools in the country.

 

Yeah...we get your point.

 

Hopefully this information helps anyone actually interested in knowing the COMPLETE story of collegiate wrestling as it stands in 2013 and moving forward.

 

For more information feel free to contact me:

 

Bryan Knepper, P.E.

931-222-7213

coach.knepper@gmail.com

MTSU Head Coach Emeritus

NCWA Mid-Atlantic Commissioner

NCWA Quality Enhancement Director

NCWA Hall of Fame Class of 2007

Director of NCWA National Duals (2009-present)

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NCWA Athletic Dept Sponsored Programs:

 

Alfred State College

Blair Academy

California Baptist University (making final transition to NCAA-D2 this year from NAIA after 3 yrs in NCWA)

Douglas College

Ferrum College (transitioning to NCAA-D3)

Grand Canyon University (transitioning to NCAA-D1 from NCAA-D2 which takes 5 years...see SIU-Edwardsville)

Marion Military Institute

Mott Community College

Northland International University

Penn State - Altoona

Penn State - Beaver

Penn State - Fayette

Penn State - Greater Allegheny

Penn State - Mont Alto

Penn State - New Kensington

Penn State - DuBois

Pennsylvania College of Technology

Southern Virginia University

The Apprentice School

United States Air Force Academy Prep

United States Military Academy Prep

United States Naval Academy Prep

Valley Forge Military College

Williamson School of Mechanical Trades

 

Programs NOT SPONSORED by Athletic Dept, but are recognized through NCWA Governing body as VARSITY PROGRAMS (most give scholarships for wrestling):

 

East Tennessee State University

Georgia Southern University

Grand Valley State University

Liberty University (formerly NCAA-D1, several time East Regional Champs, with same Coaching Staff)

Mercer University

Middle Tennessee State University

University of Central Florida

University of Maryland / Baltimore County

University of New Hampshire

University of North Florida

West Chester University

Wichita State University

 

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Whichever team you coach, I would challenge you to schedule these teams...it will only benefit your program moving forward. These teams listed above wrestle a VARSITY schedule, give scholarships for WRESTLING, participate in the NWCA's Optimal Performance Calculator (OPC), and perennially do well at the national-level tournaments...in fact, one of the NCWA Champions from this past season (157-lb Santiago Martinez from UCF placed 7th at the US Open and made the world team trials...the year before Martinez lost to a guy named Marcus Miller from Navy Prep in the finals...who did pretty damn well for Navy this year in NCAA-D1). On top of that in duals, NCWA teams have a WINNING record over the past 3 years versus non-NCWA programs. Tough numbers to swallow if you are a "traditionalist." Feel free to check results of dual tournaments such as the Virginia Duals or Opens such as the Citadel Open, etc...to see how the NCWA competes with other divisions if you would like.

 

Teams that have recently transitioned through the NCWA on the way to other divisions due to the fact that their respective leagues have a POSTSEASON BAN during transition (which would kill almost any college program) include:

 

Lindenwood University - Belleville (NAIA)

Lindenwood University - St. Charles (NCAA-D2)

McKendree University (NCAA-D2)

Minot State University (NCAA-D2)

Notre Dame College (OH) (NCAA-D2)

Simon Fraser University (BC) (NCAA-D2)

Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville (NCAA-D1)

West Virginia Tech University (NCAA-D2)

 

On top of that, programs have been SAVED from elimination due to the efforts of the NCWA in conjunction with the NWCA...programs such as BUCKNELL...which dropped its program, was buoyed by the NCWA, and then reinstated a few years later back to NCAA-D1. The same has been done with Liberty with the hopes to get that great institution back to NCAA-D1 (I really hope that happens for Coach Castro--but at the same time he has been a great addition to the NCWA). The future of Brown wrestling may depend on the NCWA as well.

 

But hey...let's make a list of "every" collegiate wrestling program in the country aimed at letting kids know where they can compete in college and leave off an organization with 1700 collegiate wrestlers representing close to 150 schools, some of them the biggest schools in the country.

 

Yeah...we get your point.

 

Hopefully this information helps anyone actually interested in knowing the COMPLETE story of collegiate wrestling as it stands in 2013 and moving forward.

 

For more information feel free to contact me:

 

Bryan Knepper, P.E.

931-222-7213

coach.knepper@gmail.com

MTSU Head Coach Emeritus

NCWA Mid-Atlantic Commissioner

NCWA Quality Enhancement Director

NCWA Hall of Fame Class of 2007

Director of NCWA National Duals (2009-present)

 

 

Keep stroking your own ego dude in your rec league. Hall of famer of the rec league, thats great. :lol:

 

The only thing the rec league is good for is for transitioning teams. Thats about it.

 

You are pretty funny. You are not part of college wrestling. The only programs that are part of college wrestling are the ones transitioning. Everything else is just part of your glorified rec league. The majority think as I do, but wont say it, for fear of coming off as not supportive, but i dont give a crap. It's a rec league and nothing more

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NCWA Athletic Dept Sponsored Programs:

 

Alfred State College

Blair Academy

California Baptist University (making final transition to NCAA-D2 this year from NAIA after 3 yrs in NCWA)

Douglas College

Ferrum College (transitioning to NCAA-D3)

Grand Canyon University (transitioning to NCAA-D1 from NCAA-D2 which takes 5 years...see SIU-Edwardsville)

Marion Military Institute

Mott Community College

Northland International University

Penn State - Altoona

Penn State - Beaver

Penn State - Fayette

Penn State - Greater Allegheny

Penn State - Mont Alto

Penn State - New Kensington

Penn State - DuBois

Pennsylvania College of Technology

Southern Virginia University

The Apprentice School

United States Air Force Academy Prep

United States Military Academy Prep

United States Naval Academy Prep

Valley Forge Military College

Williamson School of Mechanical Trades

 

Programs NOT SPONSORED by Athletic Dept, but are recognized through NCWA Governing body as VARSITY PROGRAMS (most give scholarships for wrestling):

 

East Tennessee State University

Georgia Southern University

Grand Valley State University

Liberty University (formerly NCAA-D1, several time East Regional Champs, with same Coaching Staff)

Mercer University

Middle Tennessee State University

University of Central Florida

University of Maryland / Baltimore County

University of New Hampshire

University of North Florida

West Chester University

Wichita State University

 

----

 

Whichever team you coach, I would challenge you to schedule these teams...it will only benefit your program moving forward. These teams listed above wrestle a VARSITY schedule, give scholarships for WRESTLING, participate in the NWCA's Optimal Performance Calculator (OPC), and perennially do well at the national-level tournaments...in fact, one of the NCWA Champions from this past season (157-lb Santiago Martinez from UCF placed 7th at the US Open and made the world team trials...the year before Martinez lost to a guy named Marcus Miller from Navy Prep in the finals...who did pretty damn well for Navy this year in NCAA-D1). On top of that in duals, NCWA teams have a WINNING record over the past 3 years versus non-NCWA programs. Tough numbers to swallow if you are a "traditionalist." Feel free to check results of dual tournaments such as the Virginia Duals or Opens such as the Citadel Open, etc...to see how the NCWA competes with other divisions if you would like.

 

Teams that have recently transitioned through the NCWA on the way to other divisions due to the fact that their respective leagues have a POSTSEASON BAN during transition (which would kill almost any college program) include:

 

Lindenwood University - Belleville (NAIA)

Lindenwood University - St. Charles (NCAA-D2)

McKendree University (NCAA-D2)

Minot State University (NCAA-D2)

Notre Dame College (OH) (NCAA-D2)

Simon Fraser University (BC) (NCAA-D2)

Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville (NCAA-D1)

West Virginia Tech University (NCAA-D2)

 

On top of that, programs have been SAVED from elimination due to the efforts of the NCWA in conjunction with the NWCA...programs such as BUCKNELL...which dropped its program, was buoyed by the NCWA, and then reinstated a few years later back to NCAA-D1. The same has been done with Liberty with the hopes to get that great institution back to NCAA-D1 (I really hope that happens for Coach Castro--but at the same time he has been a great addition to the NCWA). The future of Brown wrestling may depend on the NCWA as well.

 

But hey...let's make a list of "every" collegiate wrestling program in the country aimed at letting kids know where they can compete in college and leave off an organization with 1700 collegiate wrestlers representing close to 150 schools, some of them the biggest schools in the country.

 

Yeah...we get your point.

 

Hopefully this information helps anyone actually interested in knowing the COMPLETE story of collegiate wrestling as it stands in 2013 and moving forward.

 

For more information feel free to contact me:

 

Bryan Knepper, P.E.

931-222-7213

coach.knepper@gmail.com

MTSU Head Coach Emeritus

NCWA Mid-Atlantic Commissioner

NCWA Quality Enhancement Director

NCWA Hall of Fame Class of 2007

Director of NCWA National Duals (2009-present)

 

 

Keep stroking your own ego dude in your rec league. Hall of famer of the rec league, thats great. :lol:

 

The only thing the rec league is good for is for transitioning teams. Thats about it.

 

You are pretty funny. You are not part of college wrestling. The only programs that are part of college wrestling are the ones transitioning. Everything else is just part of your glorified rec league. The majority think as I do, but wont say it, for fear of coming off as not supportive, but i dont give a crap. It's a rec league and nothing more

 

 

It is more than just a rec league. It is a formation of individuals that are telling university and college administrators that they can try and kill us off if they want to, but we aren't going to disappear. I don't know if you feel that the NCWA is undermining collegiate wrestling and making it seem trivial or what. I'm not sure exactly what your biff is. The NCWA is a way of fighting back against those that are trying to shove us into oblivion. They say, "not enough interest" they say back, "like hell" and continue to wrestle anyway.

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Keep stroking your own ego dude in your rec league. Hall of famer of the rec league, thats great. :lol:

 

The only thing the rec league is good for is for transitioning teams. Thats about it.

 

You are pretty funny. You are not part of college wrestling. The only programs that are part of college wrestling are the ones transitioning. Everything else is just part of your glorified rec league. The majority think as I do, but wont say it, for fear of coming off as not supportive, but i dont give a crap. It's a rec league and nothing more

 

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Once again, CC4, where do you coach? My rec team would like to wrestle yours next year.

 

 

You won't get an answer, no one who comes on here and acts like such a jerk will give his real name / team.

 

Yes there is ZERO value in college wrestling for college wrestling's sake! What could be possibly be gained by wrestling if they aren't able to compete in the NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA, or the CCCAA? They might as well play rec league baseball, or squash, or roller sports, or water boarding, or karate, or, or, or, .........

 

You sure you are a wrestling fan?

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This Dbag is either a 15 year old posing as a coach, or a Fing moron who needs a foot in his ass.

 

Anyone who has any investment in this sport (emotional or otherwise), recognizes that we need all the help we can get. Any jackass belittling the efforts of programs at ANY level isn't really a fan of the sport.

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College_Coach4 is the biggest joke on this forum. Year after year he creates the same lists, intentionally leaves off NCWA teams, then rips on the NCWA when people point out his omission. He ignores facts and creates arbitrary criteria for what constitutes a "real" college team. Posters then point out that many NCWA teams meet his criteria, and he ignores that too. Then the next year he makes the same post and we do it all over again.

 

Just another nobody, Uncle Rico type, who has never accomplished what he wanted to do taking jabs at those who are out there creating opportunities and building the sport.

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