Pacific Men’s and Women’s Teams Could Be Model For Future Wrestling Growth
FOREST GROVE, Ore. – Like most college freshman, Teresa Ayala had adjustments to make when she went away to school at Pacific University.
“It was really strange,” Ayala said, “To wrestle only girls. I mean, the guys say things like, ‘I don’t want to wrestle a girl – I don’t know what it’s like.’ And the first time I had to wrestle a girl, I said the exact same thing. I’m like, ‘I don’t know what to do – it’s a girl!’ I felt the same way.” This story sponsored by:
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After wrestling against males during her high school career, Ayala would now be wrestling against females in college. You see, when it comes to wrestling at Pacific, there are Boxers for both genders.