LADY RANGERS WRESTLING CLUB
Dream. Work. Earn.
Established in 2021, the Lady Rangers Wrestling Club (LRWC) started under the Rangers Wrestling Club and was created as a non-profit organization to build girls wrestling, help sanction wrestling for girls in Virginia, and help educate and advocate for the benefits of girls wrestling. LRWC is dedicated to providing safe practice plans and encouraging healthy behaviors while helping build mental toughness, discipline, and confidence. The Lady Rangers Wrestling Club motto is Dream, Work, Earn. Lady Rangers are encouraged to have the biggest dreams, to work hard for their dreams, and to earn their dreams.
"As Iron Sharpens Iron, so One Girl Sharpens Another."
With a wrestling career starting in 2010, Autumn wrestled on a North Carolina boys middle school team while attending the Carolina Elite wrestling club. She continued wrestling in high school while attending the School of Hard Knocks wrestling club, ran by Coach Bobby Lloyd. In 2011, she became a NuWay National Champion at 95 lbs in the girls division. In high school, she was a 2016 conference champion and placed at many tournaments. In 2016, Autumn joined the Virginia Women's National Wrestling Team and became an All American placing 6th at Oklahoma Nationals. She continued her wrestling career and became the first girl to sign to wrestle at Ferrum College in Virginia. Autumn was a 3 year captain, 3 time national qualifier and wrestled for 3 years before a career ending hip surgery in January 2020. In October of 2020, Autumn went on to be an assistant coach at Falls Church High School for one year. In the beginning of Summer 2021, Autumn assisted in coaching camps and clinics and expanded her career by opening the Lady Rangers Wrestling Club in the Fall of 2021. Since starting the LRWC, Autumn has become a Virginia Women's National Team Assistant Coach and plans to advance her career further. Autumn's determination, perseverance and drive has brought her to where she is today and wants to help encourage those around her to push themselves to get to where they want to be. She wants to pass her passion and enthusiasm for wrestling onto the next generation of girl wrestlers in Virginia.