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Championship wrestling is put on hold at Menlo College

Menlo College senior Precious Bell, the top seed at 170 pounds for the since canceled NAIA Women’s Wrestling Invitational, has a bright future in the sport. She just doesn’t know when it may restart.

Bell, along with five other seniors, had her final season cut short due to the cancellation of all NCAA and NAIA winter championships. At least she can look forward to the U.S. Olympic trials, when and if it ever takes place. Read the story here.

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Championship wrestling is put on hold at Menlo College

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Uploaded: Tue, Mar 24, 2020, 11:47 am

Menlo College senior Precious Bell, the top seed at 170 pounds for the since canceled NAIA Women’s Wrestling Invitational, has a bright future in the sport. She just doesn’t know when it may restart.

Bell, along with five other seniors, had her final season cut short due to the cancellation of all NCAA and NAIA winter championships. At least she can look forward to the U.S. Olympic trials, when and if it ever takes place. Read the story here.

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