The Southern Nevada Wrestling Club is a Nevada non-profit corporation dedicated to the development of athletes in all styles of wrestling. Club members have the opportunity to practice on a daily basis and compete at local, regional and national events. The club is open to anyone over the age of five and has both beginner and elite level programs. Boys and girls classes are offered as well as adult programs for men and women. All wrestling styles are taught, including MMA wrestling technique.
College of Southern Nevada Wrestling Club
The College of Southern Nevada is fielding its first wrestling team during the 2012-13 season. The team operates as a club sports team and competes in the National Collegiate Wrestling Association (NCWA) West Coast Region. The Coyote squad is composed entirely of forrmer Nevada high school wrestlers. The team advisor is Andrew Farrar, the Coordinator of Intramural Sports and Wellness for CSN. The head wrestling coach is Steve Hart, a highly successful high school and collegiate coach. Coach Hart teaches Biology at Silverado High School and is a former NCWA Conference Commissioner.
CSN has signed an outstanding freshman class of elite wrestlers for the 2012-13 season, including multiple Nevada state place winners. The team is open to wrestlers of any level, male and female, who are at least half time students at any of the CSN campuses or online, and have not exhausted their collegiate athletic eligibility.
The Southern Nevada Wrestling Club trains out of the Syndicate MMA facility in Las Vegas. The partnership with Syndicate enables team members to train in multiple martial arts disciplines during the off season and will provide Syndicate with one of the premier wrestling training facilities in the country. Syndicate MMA is one of the top martial arts training facilities in the country with multiple high level instructors in all martial arts disciplines.
The competitive schedule combines competitions with other NCWA wrestling teams with regional open tournaments. The team wrestles in several competitions throughout the western United States, culminating with the NCWA West Coast Championships in Riverside, California and the NCWA National Championships in Allen, Texas. The team's goal for the first year is to qualify a wrestler for the National Championships in all 11 weight classes and win the NCWA Division II National Championship. After the collegiate season, the team hopes to place as many individuals as possible on USA Wrestling freestyle, Greco-roman, and grappling national teams.
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