Should Virginia add gals' high school wrestling?
Here are some catalysts for change who can hopefully make it happen (especially if given some encouragement):http://www.virginiawomenswrestling.com/support-virginia.html
Authors are listed here: http://nebula.wsimg.com/8fc322db4b7969a139a3be8572104c61?AccessKeyId=AC2EA2AA5F7BFD4D47AC&disposition=0&alloworigin=1
, Virginia Women’s Wrestling Operations and Logistics Director, Chesapeake VA, Tel. 808-343-7604
, VAWA Women’s Director and VAWA Women’s National Team Head Coach, Norfolk VA, Tel. 650-773-8294
, Culpeper High School Head Wrestling Coach, Culpeper, VA, Tel. 540-244-0835
, Ferrum College Head Women’s Wrestling Coach
, Ferrum, VA, Tel. 757-705-4586
[Ferrum College has Texans on its women's wrestling roster: http://www.ferrumpanthers.com/roster.aspx?path=w-wrestling&
Meanwhile here are some of the key decision-makers at the official level in Virginia:http://www.vhsl.org/about.vhsl-staff
Stories and advice from Texas could very well boost the crusade and ultimately help add to the growing list of (fewer than ten) U.S. states that recognize gals' wrestling at the high school level.
Now then... how about Colorado
? A push is underway for 2017 to see if the demand is sufficient:http://intermatwrestle.com/articles/17228?
Interesting progress is brewing in Kansas
The more U.S. states there are that eventually sanction gals’ h.s. wrestling, the more other states might join in, and the more likely that the NCAA will finally recognize women’s wrestling someday as an emerging sport (as this NCAA documentation details):http://www.ncaa.org/about/resources/inclusion/ncaa-emerging-sports-women-process-guide http://www.ncaa.org/about/resources/inclusion/emerging-sports-women