We are celebrating Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, in March!
When girls are surrounded by people who believe in them, are encouraged to set high expectations, and are given the opportunities and experiences they need to learn and grow they thrive. At BTSNE, we believe in the power and potential of every girl whether she wants to pursue college, career, trade or service or become a leader in her community.
Program attendees and alumni are breaking down stereotypes and setting new records. Together with our partners and supporters, Beat the Streets New England Bridges the D1vide for females in our Wrestl(H)er program to grow the sport.
Bridge the D1vide by supporting women’s wrestling with us!
Congratulations to Our Wrestlers!
Wrestl(H)er athletes broke new records at the MIAA Girl State Tournament in 2022!
Anjue and Linh both represented Boston Latin Academy (BLA) at the 127 pound weight class. Anjue became the first girl in BLA girl’s history to record a win at states with a pin against Agawam.
Tess becomes the first in BLA history to place at the Girl’s State Tournament. She finished fourth in the 147 pound weight class.
From Teammates to Roommates!
From high school teammates to college roommates, there’s nothing more incredible than seeing inspirational young women striving to new heights!
BTSNE Providence alumnae Skylah Chakouian and Tayana Labady are getting off to a great start in their college careers wrestling at Elmira College. Tayana placed third at the Northeast regional tournament.
We’re so proud and excited for the future for Tayana, Skylah, and all of the Elmira wrestling women!
Congratulations to BTSNE Providence Alumna, Skylah! She is Elmira College wrestling’s FIRST Northeast Regional Champion and places eighth at the NCWWC National Tournament!
Meily moved to the US in 7th grade from the Dominican Republic and joined BTSNE Boston in her first year. She navigated a new school and language while wrestling with us. In her freshmen year of high school at John D. O’Bryant she shared her experience as a Coach in Training, “Being a CIT helped me become a better student by just letting me know to never give up, meet deadlines and keep pushing myself to do better which are traits that always will help me in school to be successful.’’ Meily is now applying these same skills and traits in the US Navy.
Congratulations to BTSNE Alumna and former Boston Coach in Training (CIT), Meily D’andrade! We are thrilled to see you serve in the Navy and pursue your dreams!
Throwback to her first year in the program, in 7th grade, Meily is on the left smiling with her fellow teammates and friends.
After a decade of running wrestling based youth development, we are proud to spotlight these female BTSNE Alumnae in states spanning the nation. These young and aspiring women want to pursue their goals without bias or barrier. Women today and every day need to be celebrated!
Grow Women's Wrestling!
Fargo and the inaugural BTS National Duals are around the corner! Get our girls to the next level by supporting a safe and competitive travel season!
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