2021 World gold medalist, 2020 Olympic silver medalist, and the only U.S. wrestler to have won six Senior World titles.
Alyssa Lampe is a veteran in the sport of wrestling, having begun her Senior career in 2007. Lampe has earned two bronze medals at the World Championships, and is a seven time National Team Member.
After a brief retirement, Lampe was given the opportunity to return to the sport in 2019, and is now once again a top contender for World and Olympic team spots at 50kg.
Three-time Senior World Team member at 62 kg, representing the USA at the 2017, 2018, and 2022 World Championships. Earned a bronze medal at the 2018 Worlds in Budapest, Hungary. Additionally, Velte owns a gold medal from the 2020 Pan American Championships and a silver from the 2019 Pan Ams.
In addition to her accolades on the mat, Velte has been part of the Athlete Advisory Committee since 2018 and the USOPC Athlete Advisory Committee from 2020 to 2024. She earned her bachelors in 2018 (psychology, minor in kinesiology & early learning) and her masters of science in sport and performance psychology in 2021. Velte also served as an assistant coach at Southern Oregon University during the 2021-22 season.
Glaudé is a two time National Team Member who has competed and placed at the world level for the United States, collecting a bronze medal at the World U23 level.
In addition to her WCWA and collegiate national titles, Glaudé is a US Open and Pan-Ams champion.
Grote is a burgeoning star in women's wrestling. Since becoming a resident athlete at the Beaver Dam RTC, she has put together her best year as a competitor. In 2022 Grote won the U.S. Open, followed by a Pan-American Championship, and a first place finish at the Matteo Pellicone Ranking Series Tournament. She finished out her 2022 competition season with a bronze medal at the Zouhaier Sghaier Ranking Series event.
In addition to wrestling full-time, Grote is currently studying for her Master's in Marketing at Oregon State University.