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2023-24 Women's Freestyle Camp Series

By Gabby Lord-Klein, 08/25/23, 8:45AM CDT


Welcome to a brand new season! The Wisconsin Wrestling Federation will be hosting a women’s freestyle camp series that will run from September to April at various locations across the state.

These camps are open to all Wisconsin 14U, 16U, and Junior women with a USA Wrestling athlete membership, and will be led by coaches on the WWF national team staff. This is a great opportunity to sharpen your freestyle skills, connect, and grow with Team Wisconsin. The cost to attend is $25 per athlete, per camp. Register here, or by selecting the links below.

New in 2023-24! Each camp will have a focused discussion topic to help you level up in all areas of your wrestling career—including guidance for planning your season, picking your best competition weight, proper nutrition practices, and creating a college recruiting profile.

Camp Dates and Locations

  • September 24th at Ringers Wrestling Club
    Discussion topic: Creating a long-range planning calendar for your season, Women’s Director Neysa Bianchi

  • October 14th at AWA Green Bay
    Discussion topic: What is my best competition weight, Coach Mateah Roehl

  • November 5th at UW-Stevens Point
    Discussion topic: Creating a profile for college coaches, Coach Jake Wozniak

  • December 10th at Holmen High School
    Discussion topic: How to use the WWF website, Coach Carl DeLuca

  • January 28th at Shioctin High School
    Discussion topic: Proper nutrition practices, Coach Dom Gunderson

  • March 30th-31st at the University of Dubuque (Iowa x Wisconsin)
    This is a two-day camp for experienced 16U and Junior wrestlers with Team Iowa. The camp will be a good mix of hard wrestling and technical development. Discussion Topic: Match and tournament management, Head Coach Bryan Koontz

  • April 21st at Aviators Wrestling Club
    This camp will take place after the Aviators International Wrestling Tournament and will be a great opportunity to address concerns after April competitions in preparation for WWF Freestyle State and Fargo. It will be a fun fine-tuning camp with a chance to train with wrestlers from other countries!

Camps feature two sessions run by Wisconsin National Team coaches and are designed to be welcoming for experienced wrestlers and newcomers alike. All one-day camps have the same schedule:

9:30 a.m. - 9:55 a.m., athlete check-in
10:00 a.m. - 12 Noon, practice session I
12 Noon - 12:55 p.m., lunch break
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., practice session II

Why Freestyle?
Women compete in the Olympic style of wrestling (freestyle) in college (100+ NAIA, NCAA and JUCO options) and beyond. The WWF spring and summer schedule includes freestyle events such as WWF Freestyle State, National Duals, Women's Nationals & World Team Trials, and 16U and Junior Nationals (Fargo). All athletes who compete on the National Dual Team or at Fargo do so through Team Wisconsin—we want to help you start or continue that journey here!

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The Wisconsin Wrestling Federation, guided by USA Wrestling, provides quality opportunities for its members to achieve their full human and athletic potential. Wisconsin Wrestling Federation will strive to be USA Wrestling’s best state organization.