Megan Black

Megan Black, a native of Batavia, Iowa, wrestled for Eddyville High School and became the first female to win an uncontested match at the prestigious Iowa boys high school state wrestling tournament in 2012. After posting another victory to finish eighth, Black made history again as the first female to be a place-winner at the boys state tournament. She was a three-time All-American at the Fargo Nationals tournament, winning the championship in 2012 after finishing third in 2011 and seventh in 2010. Black won a gold medal at the Junior Pan American Games in 2014. After earning All-America honors with seventh-place finish as a freshman at King University, she transferred to McKendree University. Black earned All-America honors three more times, finishing second as a sophomore and junior and third as a senior. She is currently in the United States Army and training as part of its Army World Class Athlete Program in Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Glen Brand Inductee

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