MSWA Future Champions Series


  • To provide a positive competitive wrestling experience for beginner & novice wrestlers
    • The MSWA defines a Beginner & Novice Wrestler as someone that is in their first three (3) years of wrestling whether that is only participating in practices or by also going to competitions, dual meets, or tournaments.


  • Wrestling should be completed within 2 hours of wrestling start for each age group.
  • Singlets or very tight-fitting t-shirts/shorts required. 
  • Wrestlers MUST weigh-in wearing singlets and/or t-shirts/shorts
  • Madison System:  Wrestlers will be grouped in 4-5 person brackets to wrestle in a round-robin bracket. All bouts will be three (3), 1-minute periods unless a pin or tech fall occurs.
  • All events will have certified officials to ensure the safety of all and to ensure FUN!

Awards: Medals for Top 4 (All wrestlers except for MSWA Future Championships).

MSWA Future Championships

The MSWA Future Championships is a program only for those wrestlers that have attended two (2) Future Champions Tournaments during the 2023 - 2024 season.


***Note regarding Future Champion wrestlers, once a wrestler qualifies for the MSWA Youth State Tournament, wrestlers are no longer eligible to compete in the Future Champion Series (which is designed for beginner and experienced wrestlers only).  Wrestlers are considered advanced once they qualify for the MSWA Youth State Tournament.

***Note please make sure that you check your League Schedules prior to registering for an event. If you register for an event but cannot attend, transfers, credits, or refunds will not be issued.

***Be sure that you are registering for the right event.  Some Future Champions events are held the same weekend - but on a different day and at the same location as a qualifier for the Youth State Tournament.