The Cavalier Wrestling Club Scholastic program is an amateur wrestling club based out of Charlottesville, VA that provides a safe, supportive, competitive, and fun environment for young athletes to learn the sport of wrestling. More experienced athletes are able to interact with and learn from some of the best coaches/athletes in the country and we foster a fun and exciting introduction to the sport for beginning wrestlers. We are proud to offer several seasonal sessions as well as various camps throughout the year for K-12 wrestlers in central VA region. The goal is to teach life lessons, such as teamwork, discipline, courage, humility and a healthy lifestyle, through sport.
We are a 501(C)3 non-profit with a functioning board that consists of parents, coaches and others who want to see our organization succeed. The CWC is a sanctioned USA Wrestling club.
The primary three month wrestling session takes place in the Winter, where there are typically 2-4 opportunities to train/learn/compete a week, depending on the wrestlers level and desire to participate in competitions. New wrestlers are encouraged to start in the Winter session. The CWC typically will offer two month sessions in the Spring and Fall where there are two opportunities to train/learn a week. Additionally, there are often a variety of camp offerings throughout the year that are typically tailored to help wrestlers prepare for the season or a competition opportunity. See the registration links or web-schedule for detailed information on a specific session/camp.
The CWC is proud to be able to offer our youth wrestlers the exciting opportunity to train at the UVa Wrestling room (Onesty Hall), with some sessions offered at local schools. Local competitions are typically scheduled in the Charlottesville area with other competition opportunities throughout VA.