Head Coach Archie Randall was fired April 16. Assistant coaches, wrestlers, and university officials won’t comment on the matter because it’s a personnel issue.
Juniors Natalia Hinojo and Cody Pfau and Freshman Becka Leathers won individual titles in the Women’s College Wrestling Association Championships on Feb. 13.
Winning and weight are always on the minds of two members of the women’s wrestling team. Cody Pfau and Becka Leathers qualify for Olympic trials.
The women’s wrestling team has brought on two top recruits, Becka Leathers and Jacqueline Quinones, for next year. The women have already signed letters of intent to join. Leathers is from Choctaw, Okla., and was a member of the FILA junior world team and FILA cadet world team. She won six national wrestling championships, including…
An OCU student will appear in the National Wrestling Hall of Fame’s fundraising campaign to raise money for updates.Emily Webster, senior captain of the women’s wrestling team, is featured at the end of the campaign’s video, asking for donations for the fundraiser.
The men’s wrestling team is looking to use each tournament as an opportunity to improve, despite a painful loss early on.
The men’s wrestling program has hired Nikolas Turner, a former member of the wrestling team, as the new assistant coach.
Turner wrestled at OCU from 2007-2012 and is replacing former assistant coach John Wilcox.
By O’Shaka Robinson, Sports Editor Archie Randall, the head men’s and women’s wrestling coach, was placed on paid administrative leave April 23. Randall and Athletic Director Jim Abbott were unavailable April 24 for comment. Officials cannot discuss the reason for the leave, said Sandy Pantlik, senior director of university communications, in an interview with a…
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa – Oklahoma City University will bring nine individuals in a quest for titles in the NAIA wrestling championships on Thursday through Saturday at the U.S. Cellular Center.
ATHERTON, Calif. – Oklahoma City University may be facing tougher competition for a third consecutive national championship in the Women’s College Wrestling Association Championships on Saturday at Haynes-Prim Pavilion.