RE: Champion Series (age/wgt) qualifier at MSJ
Tomorrow’s MSWA Champions Qualifier at Mt. St. Joseph is CANCELED.
It has been rescheduled for Saturday, February 7th
Pre-Registration for the MSWA Champions Qualifier at Mt. St. Joseph has been reopened and will stay open until Wednesday, February 4th at 9:00 p.m. CLICK FOR REGISTRATION LINK
We are terribly sorry that the date has changed, but Mount Saint Joseph HS follows the Baltimore County Public Schools inclement weather policy. The county canceled all events on Friday and Saturday, January 23-25. The MSWA unfortunately has no control over this decision.
As per the no refund policy posted on the registration page, we will not issue any refunds, however a credit for another MSWA event will be valid for up to one year.
The MSWA’s cooperation with various clubs, high schools and colleges throughout Maryland proved to be a great success with participation running from 500 wrestlers to 1000! The tournament series doubled from 3 events to 7 events and the clinic series featured the state’s top clinicians and coaches.
Additionally, the MSWA assisted the hosts of all of these events to net nearly $20,000 for their programs and its wrestlers. The MSWA strives to provide youth wrestlers of all ages and skills, opportunities and programs of development toward personal growth.
After another successful summer with hundreds of wrestlers gaining valuable experience and training in the Olympic Styles, the MSWA is ready to shift gears into Fall Folkstyle.
This summer, the MSWA National Team saw two Cadets, Joe Thomas and Brady Daniel grab All American honors while four Juniors, Breandan Coughlin, Ryan Friedman, Marty Margolis, and Logan Breitenbach earned All American Honors at the Freestyle/Greco National Tournament in Fargo North Dakota. In addition, the MSWA Kids National Team garnered 2 All Americans in Joey Couch and King Sandoval in Orem Utah.
While all of this was happening, the MSWA listened, prepared, and worked hard in order to develop programs and events through 2015. This fall, the folkstyle opportunities nearly double from 7 events last year to 13 events this year. We are excited to provide both a mix of competition and training to help all prepare for their upcoming seasons.
The winter is right around the corner and the revamped Future Champions program will again prove to be our biggest series and the Champions Series (formerly known as Age/Weight) will once again provide the best competition and tournaments in the state.