Dynasty Starter: Iowa Women’s Wrestling wins 2024 NWCA Duals National Championship

Somebody get the pen and ink ready to start writing the story of another Iowa Hawkeyes dynasty because it is officially underway. The Iowa Hawkeyes women’s wrestling team has won the 2024 NWCA Duals National Championship.

In Iowa fashion, the ladies rolled to a title this year with a regular season that was complete and utter dominance in the way to be expected by Iowa wrestling.

On the year, the Hawkeyes went a perfect 9-0 on the year in duals. They ran through the NWCA Championships in dominant fashion with wins over Adrian College, Presbyterian, King University, and North Central College.

Up next for the Hawkeyes is the Iowa Duals on Jan. 21 in Iowa City followed by the Indiana Tech Warrior Duals on Jan. 26 and 27.

Things continue for the women when the NCWWC Regionals get underway on Feb. 23 and 24 which lead into the NCWWC National Championships on March 8 and 9.

This appears to be just the beginning for the Iowa Hawkeyes women’s wrestling team as a dynasty is ready to get underway and be built into a national powerhouse. The support is there, the talent is undeniable, and things are off to a start that while expected, could not be going any better.

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