Valley Forge Military College 6 v Temple University 47       Middle Tennessee State University 13 v The Apprentice School 22       University of Central Florida 15 v Liberty University 23       East Tennessee State University 18 v Mercer University 30       Florida Gulf Coast University 5 v Auburn University 34       Massachusetts Institute of Technology 18 v The Ohio State University 31       University of Texas at Arlington 24 v University of Florida 30       University of South Florida 18 v University of Toledo 25       Marion Military Institute 33 v Wayne State College 20       University of North Florida 15 v Grand Valley State University 48       

NCWA Season Opening Weekend

10/29/2010 -

Wrestling season kicks off this Saturday, October 30 within the NCWA. A highlight early season event takes place in Scranton, Pennsylvania as college teams participate in the Electric City Duals.

The Apprentice School is the defending champion in the event after winning four matches last year to start their season. In the championship match, the Builders defeated NCAA Division II American International College 22-19.

This year's event will see the Apprentice take on a pair of National Collegiate Wrestling Association members (University of Maryland Baltimore County and Penn State DuBois) along with a pair of NCAA Division III schools (Morrisville State College and the host University of Scranton).

Information on Saturday's opponents

University of Maryland Baltimore County

2009-10 Record: 13-4
Last Time vs. Apprentice School: Apprentice 32-13 - 12/12/09
All-Time vs. Apprentice School: Apprentice 6-0
Penn State DuBois

2009-10 Record: 7-9
Last Time vs. Apprentice School: Apprentice 39-7 - 10/31/09
All-Time vs. Apprentice School: Apprentice 1-0
Morrisville State College

2009-10 Record: 4-12
Last Time vs. Apprentice School: Apprentice 23-22 - 11/1/08
All-Time vs. Apprentice School: Apprentice 1-0
University of Scranton

2009-10 Record: 3-15
Last Time vs. Apprentice School: Apprentice 31-12 - 10/31/09
All-Time vs. Apprentice School: Apprentice 5-1