Built on Tradition, Creating Opportunities
Take part in establishing the foundation for Westminster’s new wrestling programs, the first Division III men’s and women’s wrestling programs in the state of Missouri and one of the first women’s programs in the nation. Wrestling has strong ties in mid-Missouri and the Midwest, and Westminster is excited to offer this opportunity to high school students wishing to continue their career!
The program will officially begin as an NCAA Division III program in the fall. Join us today and be part of the historical beginning of the Westminster's wrestling program.
Academics, athletics, leadership.
With a priority on education quality and each student’s successful completion of their academic program, Westminster is an NCAA Division III school.
Westminster Athletics is dedicated to the holistic development of each student-athlete.
About the Programs
- The teams will be coached by brothers Mike and Tony Eierman, who will provide Olympic quality coaching for our student-athletes. They are known for their elite and competitive training, including that of Olympic Bronze medalist J'den Cox.
- The program will be the first NCAA Division III men's or women's program in the state of Missouri, which has over 6,800 high schooler wrestlers.
- Westminster will be one of only 10 private colleges and universities in the United States to offer NCAA Division III wrestling for women. Women’s wrestling is one of the fastest growing sports with more than 13,400 high school female wrestlers competing at state championships in at least seven states.
- Westminster will be one of 31 intercollegiate women’s wrestling teams on college campuses across the U.S.
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