Virginia Wrestling Coaches,
If you have not done so already, please take the time to complete a survey about a Regional Qualifying procedure to the State Folkstyle Championships for ages 14 and under.
Survey Link Here
Social injustice is wrong and contrary to the inclusive nature of wrestling. USA Wrestling’s mission is to provide quality opportunities for its members to achieve their full athletic and human potential. Recent tragedies in our nation compel us to do more and do it better. We stand with our African American and black communities and all of the diverse people who are part of our sport. We will focus our actions on how we can drive change against unjust treatment, police brutality, and systematic racism that is plaguing our nation and world. We need to come together now and use our voice, platform, and actions to help create the kind of society that reflects our values. By its nature, wrestling can be the most inclusive sport on earth. Anyone can wrestle and everyone is welcome. When we hit the mat, we are all part of one wrestling family.
USAW Return To Mat Updated June 11
Right now, our coaches want to coach. Our athletes want to compete. That's why we’ve teamed up with @athleteperformancesolutions to come up with a way to keep Virginia Wrestling Association thriving in these difficult times! Purchase this custom Virginia Wrestling Association t-shirt from APS and a portion of the proceeds will go back to our club so we can keep competing when the time comes! Let’s work together to get through this – head to and support our team today!
Today's conversation focuses on the Olympic movement and features the people that produce the events and that you hear behind the microphone for the UWW. On this episode Bryan Hazard interviews Jason Bryant, Ken Berger, Tim Foley and Eric Olanowski.
Bryan Hazzards interview Virginia's College Officials Mike McCormick and JR Johnson
VAWA Club Leaders Chat
If you have recently committed to compete at the collegiate level, please contact Rob Prebish with the following information: Name, High School, Name of College, Projected Weight Class.
|1||Scanlan Wrestling Academy||484|
|2||Smith Mountain Lake Wrestling||459|
|7||Powerhouse Wrestling Academy||320|
|8||NOVA Wrestling Club||312.5|
|9||Poquoson Athletic Association||306|
|10||Powhatan Youth Wrestling Club||279.5|
|1||Poquoson Athletic Association||50|
|2||Powhatan Youth Wrestling Club||31|
|3||Front Royal Raptors||30|
|5||Smith Mountain Lake Wrestling||25|
|1||Poquoson Athletic Association||84.5|
|2||Smith Mountain Lake Wrestling||82.5|
|5||Hanover Hawkeye Wrestling||40|
|1||Scanlan Wrestling Academy||100|
|2||Poquoson Athletic Association||89|
|4||OutKast Wrestling Inc||69|
|5||River City Wrestling||69|
|1||Scanlan Wrestling Academy||121|
|3||Team Cobra Wrestling||84.5|
|3||Smith Mountain Lake Wrestling||130.5|
|5||Powerhouse Wrestling Academy||111|
|2||Powerhouse Wrestling Academy||109|
|3||Virginia Wrestling Academy||105.5|
|4||Smith Mountain Lake Wrestling||103.5|
|5||Scanlan Wrestling Academy||
|1||Scanlan Wrestling Academy||96|
|3||Hanover Wrestling Club||70|
|4||Hornet Wrestling Club||
All former Virginia high school wrestlers should check out our list of athletes who won 100 or more matches in their career to make sure their name, school, graduation year and number of career wins is listed. You can check the list by clicking here. If you need to be added to the list please email Rob Prebish with your information and he will add it to the list!