The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference recently held a media day focusing on women's wrestling, providing a platform for coaches across the conference to discuss the upcoming season. Nate Naasz of the NWCA moderated the discussion. Representing Avila University, Zach Revier spoke about his first year on the job, followed by John Lynch from Dakota Wesleyan University and Julian Gaytan from Doane University, each sharing their outlook for their respective teams.

New head coach Tim Prescott from Friends University was followed by Cara Romeike from Hastings College, and Chelsea Dionisio from Midland University as they shared their plans and expectations. Jordan Cliff from Morningside University explained building a program from scratch, while Dalton Weidl from Ottawa University spoke about the growth of his roster. In a statement, Amy Golding from University of Jamestown offered insights into their preparations for the season ahead.

Concluding the event, Chuck Kearney from University of Saint Mary and Jeff Albers from York University spoke about their teams, bringing the day's discussions to a close. The media day provided a glimpse into the state of women's wrestling within the KCAC, highlighting the preparations and aspirations of each represented institution as the new season approaches.

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Short Time Wrestling Podcast: Episode 738 – October 26, 2023

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