Inaugural Women’s Wrestling Schedule Ranges Far & Wide

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The inaugural Chadron State College women’s wrestling season is nearly underway, and with limited competition available nationwide, the team must put on high mileage in order to compete.

The schedule includes six open meets, two dual tournaments, and a solo dual with Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colorado.

The Eagles begin with a 500-mile trip to Grand Junction on November 13, where CMU will host open meets for both the men and the women.

Little more than a week later, there’s an 800-mile jaunt east to St. Charles, Missouri, where the team will enter the Lindenwood University Open on November 21.

The Eagles make only one trip in December, and that’s to CSC Head Women’s Wrestling Coach Alijah Jeffery’s former stomping grounds of Indian Hills Community College, a mere 600 miles away in Centreville, Iowa. There they will dual IHCC, Hastings College, and Iowa Western Community College. IHCC is the defending junior college national champion. Iowa Western is a first-year program like CSC.

The shortest trip of the year is January 9, when CSC goes to the Hastings College open on January 9. Just a little bit further is the 400-mile trek to York College on January 14. The Eagles will compete in the York Duals on the 14th and the York Open on January 15.

One more dual is scheduled for January 21, when CSC goes back to Grand Junction for a dual against the Mavericks, who finished fourth at last year’s national championship meet.

Chadron State will go 550 miles to the Grand View Open in Des Moines on February 5, and it will travel 400 miles to Fremont, Nebraska, on February 12, for its last two open meets of the regular season.

McKendree University, nearly 900 miles away, will host CSC’s 2022 National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Championships regional meet, February 20-21, and the finals will be nearly 1,100 miles from Chadron, at Adrian College in Michigan.

As of October 1, Coach Jeffery has not secured a commitment to host any events on campus, but he will continue to seek out opportunities to do so.

Media coverage for each event, as always, is dependent upon the host school. Results for most events should be tracked live at

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