King inks with Grand View women’s wrestling program

SCC grappler Keagan King (at right) groups up with Grand View University women’s wrestling head coach Angelo Crinzi (at left) for a picture following King’s commitment to join the Vikings on April 1 in Des Moines. [Courtesy of SCC Titan Wrestling]

History has been written.

Grand View University women's wrestling head coach Angelo Crinzi signed the first commitment of program history, South Central Calhoun’s purple clad, women’s wrestling pioneer Keagan King on April 1 on the campus of Grand View University.

King is a product of South Central Calhoun High School where she was a four-year varsity letter winner. Overall she holds a 10-1 record in IHSAA competition against females and an overall total of 49 varsity wins.

King was a 2017 FEW State Champion and a runner-up in 2018. For two years, she has earned a fifth-place finish at the Conflict at Carver, along with a third-place finish at AAU Junior Olympics.

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