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States without VARSITY College Wrestling

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Also schools like Mott CC were NCWA (the wrestling organization for "club")   but are now NJCAA.   NWCA is the advocacy group for growth of wrestling (National Wrestling Coaches Association).  They have same letters,  but it's like Optometrist and an Optamologist.

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It is normal to want to move upward in competition, just like wrestlers themselves want to improve and advance in competition.  However, the NCWA is mostly unrestricted in allowing a bunch of programs to grow and thrive in its all-encompassing environment, sort of like an open tourney does for individual wrestlers. It is open to a broad range of teams from JC's and four-year schools starting a varsity; to student-driven college sports clubs; college prep schools (Army/Navy); technical or trade schools (Apprentice); transitional schools changing divisions (Cal Baptist); etc.  Also, throw in the fact of many schools avoiding the axe under title 9 compliance and you can see how relevant it has become.

Also, it was nice to see the NWCA bail out the D3 teams by sponsoring a national tournament when the NCAA cancelled due to Covid-19.   

Edited by dpl7499@gmail.com

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