The purpose of the USA Wrestling - New Jersey (USAW-NJ) Web site is to promote the sport of wrestling in New Jersey by informing, creating interest, and being responsible to the needs of New Jersey Wrestling. Although it is supported and controlled by USAW-NJ and its corresponding volunteers, the Web site will seek to assist all who have an interest in wrestling. Priorities will be established based on costs, space, time to produce the Web site, and what the chairman, webmaster and USAW-NJ representatives feel is best for the growth of wrestling.
Freestyle & Greco-Roman Fargo Nationals - Results Available NOW for:
Cadet Men and Junior Men
Junior Women (Freestyle only)
Freestyle & Greco-Roman States - Results Available NOW for:
Bantams, Novices, Schoolboys,
Intermediates, Cadets and Juniors
Fargo Nationals are complete for Cadet and Junior Men, as well as Junior Women. Click here to find RESULTS and detailed info about Olympic-style wrestling opportunities for all ages, male and female:
2016 Kids Scholastic State Championships:
2016 Kids Scholastic Regional Qualifiers (for girls and boys)
2016 State Finals followed on March 12 & 13 in Trenton. Girls were eligible to participate in these qualifiers.
USAW-NJ leadership prepared a full schedule of events for spring development and ranking tournaments for the Olympic styles, as well as a list of events that Team NJ will be participating in in the spring and summer. The Olympic styles culminated in the Freestyle and Greco-Roman National Championships in Fargo, ND in late July.
The first events on the calendar focus on Scholastic / Folkstyle styles of wrestling. Qualifiers start in January pointing to the State Finals in March. The Mason-Dixon Quad is another major Scholastic style event in early January.
2016 STATE FINALS ARE COMPLETE!
ALL State Finals Results Available NOW!
All Qualifier Results Available NOW!
2016 USAW-New Jersey State Championships Flyers and Results Are NOW AVAILABLE!!
"When I'd get tired and want to stop, I'd wonder what my next opponent was doing. I'd wonder if he was still working out. I'd try to visualize him. When I could see him still working, I' start pushing myself. When I could see him in the shower, I'd push myself harder."