For the first time, United World Wrestling’s World Cup featured me’s and women’s freestyle competitions share the same stage. Team USA finishes fourth, falling to Mongolia in bronze-medal dual.
Articles Tagged: Clarissa Chun
Hawkeye Wrestling Dec. 9, 2022 6:02 pm103d ago
Felicity Taylor was a pioneer in girls’ wrestling as a prep at South Winneshiek. She continued her career at McKendree before transferring to become University of Iowa’s first women’s wrestling team. Now, she will represent Team USA at the UWW World Cup this weekend in Coralville.
Hawkeye Wrestling Oct. 17, 2022 8:24 am156d ago
All eyes are on Iowa, legendary Hawkeye wrestling coach Dan Gable said Friday during the closing keynote portion of The Gazette’s sixth annual Iowa Ideas conference.
Hawkeye Wrestling May. 16, 2022 6:00 am311d ago
As Iowa women’s wrestling coach Clarissa Chun builds her first roster, plenty of recruits have expressed interest in the new program.
Community Apr. 6, 2022 6:00 am351d ago
The Cedar Rapids Freedom Festival has announced the return of the annual Tribute to Heroes Dinner and the event’s keynote speaker, University of Iowa Women’s Wrestling Coach Clarissa Chun. The dinner is June 17 and hero nominations are still being accepted until Friday.
Hawkeye Wrestling Feb. 4, 2022 10:55 am411d ago
Kylie Welker is the top pound-for-pound female wrestling recruit in the country. The 2021 Junior World champion from Franksville, Wis., has become the Iowa women’s wrestling program’s first official signee.
Hawkeye Wrestling Jan. 25, 2022 11:25 am421d ago
Iowa Coach Clarissa Chun was originally supposed to start the post in February. She was able to start early and has been busy establishing the first Power-5 women’s wrestling program.
Hawkeye Wrestling Dec. 31, 2021 5:20 pm446d ago
More than a month has passed since Clarissa Chun was announced as the first head coach for the Iowa women’s wrestling program. Her vision for her new post is coming into focus.
Hawkeye Wrestling Nov. 23, 2021 9:35 am484d ago
Clarissa Chun was announced as Iowa’s first women’s wrestling coach Thursday. In 48 hours, she attended a social, a tailgate and received huge ovations at wrestling and football events.
Hawkeye Wrestling Nov. 19, 2021 8:32 pm488d ago
Clarissa Chun’s resume, passion and excitement made her a perfect hire to lead the first NCAA Division I Power-5 women’s wrestling program.
Hawkeye Wrestling Nov. 18, 2021 7:25 pm489d ago
The search for Iowa’s first women’s wrestling coach is finished. Clarissa Chun will lead the Hawkeyes’ women’s wrestling program. She is an Olympic bronze medalist and recent USA Wrestling women’s team coach.