World Medalist Macey Kilty Headlines Girls Clinic In North Liberty, Iowa

Iowa-USA Wrestling and USA Wrestling have partnered on an upcoming girls wrestling clinic headlined by Senior World silver medalist Macey Kilty to be held at Big Game Wrestling Club in North Liberty, Iowa, March 8-9.

The clinic will include four sessions as follows:

Session 1: Friday, March 8 from 8-9:30 a.m.

Session 2: Friday, March 8 from 1:30-3 p.m.

Session 3: Saturday, March 9 from 8-9:30 a.m.

Session 4: Friday, March 9 – 3:15-4:45 p.m.

The clinics are scheduled around sessions of the National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Championships (NCWWC), which will showcase 240 athletes from NCAA schools competing for national championships and All-American status.

The sessions are scheduled to allow participants of the clinic to also attend the NCWWC at Alliant Energy PowerHouse Arena in nearby Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Registration for the clinics will be limited to the first 80 female athlete members of USA Wrestling in the 14 & Under, 16 & Under and Junior divisions. Registration is available in USA Wrestling’s membership system at link below:

Jason Christenson, the chairperson of Iowa-USA Wrestling and member of USA Wrestling’s Junior Olympic Wrestling Committee, led the efforts to schedule and promote the upcoming clinic.

“We are grateful to have multi-time World Medalist Macey Kilty in Iowa to inspire the next generation of National Collegiate Women’s wrestling stars. The excitement of the National Championships, coupled with the opportunity to learn and improve before and between sessions, should provide a great experience for any age-group USA Wrestling members who can join us in Eastern Iowa for the clinic and the tournament,” said Christenson.

To purchase tickets and for more more information on the 2024 NCWWC, visit the official website at:

About Iowa-USA Wrestling: As the state affiliate of USA Wrestling, Iowa-USA Wrestling provides training and competition opportunities for its nearly 5,000 member athletes and Wrestling Leaders. The organization has a long history of producing elite athletes, coaches and volunteer leaders in USA Wrestling.


About Macey Kilty: A native of Stratford, Wisconsin and a 2019 graduate of River Falls (WI) High School, Kilty is a Cadet World Champion, two-time Junior World Champion, 2020 Olympic Team Trials runner up and 2023 Senior World Silver Medalist.

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About Big Game Wrestling Club: Established in 2013, Big Game Wrestling Club is a non-profit based private organization is North Liberty, Iowa. Big Game is committed to helping young athletes and families achieve their athletic and life goals through wrestling and outdoor activities. We aim to connect with our athletes on a personal level unmatched by others.


About the National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Championships: The annual national championships for NCAA women’s wrestling programs, the event has grown since the inaugural event in 2020 to the current format with 240 athletes qualifying to compete in Cedar Rapids. North Central College (Ill.) is the defending champion.


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