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AAU Wrestling

Mat Sports has been serving the Marin County community since 2005, Wrestling With Purpose - Non-partisan participation with the 3 state Associations. AAU affiliated organization since 2005


California USA Wrestling, the official governing body for amateur freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling in the Golden State


The State of California Wrestling Alliance for the Youth (SCWAY) is a youth wrestling organization formed to aid in the organization of wrestlers, coaches, programs, and events. (Folkstyle Focused)

PARENTS

AGES 4 - 18 (YOUTH K-5), (MIDDLE SCHOOL), (HIGH SCHOOL)

  1. VIEW THE PARENTS GUIDE TO WRESTLING
    The Author: Bill Campbell is a former wrestler, avid wrestling fan and coach.
  2. BRING YOUR CHILD TO AN AGE APPROPRIATE PRACTICE TO WATCH AND JOIN A NON-CONTACT PRACTICE
  3. PURCHASE EXTENDED AB AAU MEMBERSHIP  $16.00 - THIS ALLOWS YOUR CHILD 3 FREE NON-MEMBERSHIP PRACTICES - ENTER CLUB CODE (WYWC97 )
  4.  Create a "Sportsengine" Account
  5. JOIN THE MAT SPORTS TEAM - BECOME A CLUB MEMBER

Mat Sports Wrestling

Mat Sports is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to fostering, promoting and encouraging the sport of amateur wrestling. It is our intention to build character, physical health and well-being, sportsmanship, self-confidence, self-esteem, and positive attitudes about dedication, persistence, and hard work among the youth of Marin and the surrounding bay area.

Club Purpose

The purposes of Mat Sports Wrestling are to:

  • Establish and conduct a wrestling club for young people regardless of their socioeconomic status.
  • Conduct tournaments, competitions and clinics for wrestlers and coaches.  Tournament Management All Levels
  • Create a travel team to allow wrestlers to attend wrestling camps, clinics, competitions and tournaments in other geographic areas.
  • Assist wrestlers in obtaining AAU and/or USA Wrestling membership cards to allow them to participate in various wrestling events.
  • Solicit and collect contributions from individuals, groups, business and social organizations, corporations, foundations and governmental entities in order to finance the activities of the Club.
  • Assist individual Club members in attending and in competing in regional, national and international wrestling events.
  • Encourage parents and fans to volunteer their time to assist in the conduct of various wrestling events.
  • Disseminate information about wrestling events and activities to wrestlers, coaches, parents and fans.
  • Disseminate information to the general public about the sport of wrestling.
  • Enhance and support media coverage of wrestling events.

THE CALIFORNIA WRESTLER

Where the wrestlers gather to talk California wrestling

thecaliforniawrestler.com        The Forum

The California Wrestler (aka, TCW) first entered the World Wide Web “Internet” during the early part of the new millennium and has been the voice of California wrestling news for over forty years (the first newsletter, “The Northern California Wrestler” was first distributed to coaches and fans via regular mail during the fall of 1975 and expanded to cover the entire state a few years later). The TCW staff is made up of former wrestlers, coaches, volunteers, and people that value good ethics, integrity, passion for the sport, and most importantly, respect to all that have participated in or have been an integral part of the greatest sport on Earth, amateur wrestling.


USAW Age & Weight Divisions

USAW Age & Weight Divisions


Yes Girls Wrestle!

Click on here to read more about Wrestle Like A Girl

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Wrestle Like Girl 
(watch video)

Mat Sports has and will continue to develop girls wrestling in Marin!  California has lead the nation in growing girls wrestling, and in particular the Bay Area has been responsible for the growth in this state.

Vintage HS in Napa host the first girls only high school tournament in the country.
(The first Napa Valley Girls Classic was held in 1999) 

Springstowne Wrestling Academy in Vallejo annually host the largest girls middle school state tournament in the country.  


W.I.N. - Wrestling In Novato

NOVATO PARKS, RECREATION & COMMUNITY SERVICES  is offering a wrestling/homework program Tuesday & Thursday (3:45-5:15) at the Old Hamilton gymnasium.    Currently Hamilton Middle School has a team taking advantage of this opportunity.   Hamilton Community Center (415) 899-8972 

    Updates & News

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    Emmanuel Boyd

    MAT SPORTS

    Phone: 415-235-4094

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