Woman Wednesday - Wrestling Interview with Lamar's State Placer De'jah Wallace
Welcome to Woman Wednesday a blog section created by American Wrestler as a way to motivate, inspire, and represent Women's Wrestling.
Each week we interview an outstanding wrestler to know more about their individual journey & accomplishments.
Today we are interviewing with the amazing De'anna Prince, Lamar High School's State Placer De'jah Wallace and Coach Gordon Stephens.
De'anna is a student-athlete attending Wayland Baptist University where she is wrestling, participating in the dance team, and studying Criminal Justice. What makes De'anna unique to other wrestlers is her determination. Aside from participating in sports and going to school De'anna works two jobs, and is a around-the-clock mom to her beautiful daughter. De'anna is passionate about wrestling and has high hopes of changing the sport for the better. Her long term goal is to become a successful Judge & head wrestling coach, and to be able to provide women with more wrestling opportunities by expanding the sport to other Universities and Colleges. Thank you for watching, subscribe for more content.
Some of De'annas recent accomplishments :
- 2021 NAIA : 130lbs 4th Place De’anna Prince (Wayland Baptist) Vs Mea Mohler (Texas Wesleyan) 5-0 3:42
- 2020 Senior Nationals - 57 Kg 3rd Place Deanna Prince Panhandle Wrestling Club Vs Alli Ragan Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club
De'anna's Social Media:
Snap Chat: @Deannalprince
Some of De'jahs recent accomplishments :
- District Champion
- 3rd Regionals
- 5th State Tournament Lamar High School
- Web: http://lamarwrestling.weebly.com/
- Instagram: @lamarhswrestling