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NHSCA High School Nationals


nhsca123
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It is about that time to start thinking about High School / Senior Nationals held in Virginia Beach, Virginia, April 1 - 5, 2009



Register today online: http://www.nhsca.com/index.php?option=com_eventlist&view=categoryevents&id=8&Itemid=55



20th Annual NHSCA Senior Nationals Ė April 2-5

The truest National Championship in any high school sport in America. The Senior Nationals has a profile and history like no other event.

At the 2008 NCAA DI National Tournament, 9 of 10 Champions and 74 of the 80 NCAA All Americans wrestled in this event when

they were HS seniors. More than 200 wrestlers that competed in the 2008 NHSCA High School Senior Nationals accepted scholarship

offers and signed with colleges and universities throughout the country. Must be a High School State Champion or Runner-Up to qualify

(except CA (top Cool, IN, NJ, & NY (top 4). Take your place among the legends of High School Wrestling.





5th Annual NHSCA High School Junior Nationals - April 1-April 3rd

In 2007 NHSCA Junior Nationals brought in more than 900 wrestlers in a great display of talent. 12 of the 14 champions from the 2008

event signed college scholarships with Division I schools in the early signing period. Every junior in the United States has been invited

to compete in this event. This event remains open to the multiple-time state champion and darkhorse alike and has been proven to be the

toughest national challenge for high school wrestlers in the country. Donít miss your chance to be a part of it!

Top 8 are All-Americans & qualify for Senior Nationals in 2010.





4th Annual NHSCA High School Sophomore Nationals - April 1-April 3rd

Modeled after the HS Junior Nationals the 2008 High School Sophomore Nationals produced some unbelievable talent that is sure to

make major waves at the next level. Last year, this event featured more than 600 of the countryís best sophomore wrestlers representing

43 states. Over 70% of the entries were state champions, state place finishers, or state qualifiers from their home state. Every sophomore

in the United States has been invited to compete in this event. Donít miss your shot!





3rd Annual NHSCA High School Freshman Nationals Ė April 1-April 3rd

In its second year the inaugural High School Freshman Nationals featured more than 500 of the countryís best freshmen wrestlers. Over

70% of the entries were state champions, state place finishers, or state qualifiers from their home state. Every Freshman in the country

is invited to compete in this event. This is a tremendous opportunity for every serious 9th grade

wrestler. Donít miss your chance to take your place among the wrestling legends that have proven

their abilities at this event.



3rd Annual NHSCA Middle and Elementary School Nationals April 1-April 3, 2009

Held at the Virginia Beach Convention Center. Open to all wrestlers in Elementary School grades 4-6, and Middle School grades 6-8.

Test yourself against other wrestlers from every state in the country and see how you stack up!







Register On-Line by March 27, 2009

For more info: www.NHSCA.COM, 610-923-0900 or NHSCA@NHSCA.COM





All divisions of wrestlers and coaches will receive FREE admission to the SENIOR NATIONALS and all events feature a parade of champions that will cut the lights, use spotlights, highlight film of the event, entrance music, and more for the All-Americans! All events will offer the chance to meet with college coaches at recruiting fairs. Over 217 college coaches attended last year including the top 25 DI programs in the country. The NHSCA is presently marketing this yearís even to national television.



These tournaments are presented by:

U.S. Navy Special Warfare /Special Operations
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