Search Results for: Dajan Treder

Treder becomes first NAIA All-American in Providence history

Anchorage’s Dajan Treder made school history for the University of Providence as she became the first women’s wrestler to earn All-American honors at the NAIA Invitational in Jamestown, North Dakota. The senior transfer won the third-place match and finished 3-1 in the tournament, outscoring the opposition 26-11. She prevailed in the third-place 8-4 over Macy… Read more »

Treder places fifth at WCWA championships in Georgia

Dajan Treder of Anchorage was the top finisher for the University of Providence women’s wrestling team at the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association’s championships in Marietta, Georgia. She placed fifth out of 37 competitors in the 123-pound weight class to lead the NAIA Argos to a 15th-place finish out of 36 teams. Treder, of West High… Read more »

All-American Treder has won 17 of 20 matches for Jamestown

NAIA All-American Dajan Treder of Anchorage is up to her winning ways with the Jamestown University women’s wrestling team of North Dakota. The 116-pounder has posted a 17-3 record this season, including first-place showings in two tournaments. Treder, of West High fame, collected championships at the Winnipeg Open and Can/Am Open events earlier this season…. Read more »

Treder earns All-American, Scholar-Athlete honors at Jamestown

Anchorage’s Dajan Treder got the best of both worlds with the University of Jamestown women’s wrestling team. The junior 116-pounder earned WCWA All-American honors on the mat and earned Scholar-Athlete Award in the classrom. Treder, of West High fame, finished seventh in her weight class at the WCWA College Nationals in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She… Read more »

Treder wrestles to first championship in Jamestown career

Anchorage’s Dajan Treder collected her first tournament championship for the Jamestown University women’s wrestling team. It’s just been one of the highlights to her junior season. Treder, of West High fame, won the Can/Am Open tournament on her school’s campus in North Dakota. She won by pin in the final. Overall this year the 116-pounder… Read more »