The Board of Governors of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum established the State Chapter program in 1993. The purpose is to pay tribute to those coaches, officials and contributors who represent the best qualities of what the sport of wrestling has to offer and who share those characteristics with young people day in and day out.
Lifetime Service To Wrestling
Given in recognition of years of dedication to the development of leadership and citizenship in the youth through the sport of wrestling.
Given to former wrestlers who are highly successful and use the disciplines learned in wrestling in their profession.
Medal of Courage
Is presented to a wrestler or former wrestler who has overcome what appear to be insurmountable challenges.
For Information Contact:
24302-68th Street East, Buckley, WA 98321
The Class of 2019 Induction Ceremonies will be on Sunday June 2nd, 2019 at the RL Hotel in Olympia, Washington (Formerly the Red Lion Hotel)
The Class of 2019 Inductees will be announces by September of 2018
Tickets for the 2019 Induction Ceremonies will be available beginning March 15, 2019
Lifetime Service to Wrestling
Dan Ackley: 44 years of Service to Wrestling: Officiated 38 years and Coached 6 years.
Currently serves as the Head Official at Mat Classic, the…
Front Row (L to R) Paul Jackson, Rick Bowers, Jim Ball, Libby Malek for the Late Jace Malek, Tom Sewell.
Back Row (L to R) Dick Muri, Rich Tschirgi, Shane Walley for the late Spud…
National Wrestling Hall of Fame
Friend of Washington State High School Wrestling,
The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, and the Washington Chapter, is proud to announce the induction of nine outstanding individuals into the National…
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