The Benedictine Wrestling program allows for student-athletes to become better wrestlers, but more importantly, better young men. On the mat, Benedictine Wrestling focuses on technique, speed, strength, and conditioning which provides a wrestler to improve throughout the season and for the future in the sport. This dedication has led the program to a Cavalier Athletic Conference Championship, a 2013 and 2014 back-to-back State Catholic Championships, over 80 dual meet wins, 34 All-State Wrestlers, 24 Prep National Qualifiers, 3 Prep All-Americans, 5 All-Metro Selections, and Benedictine's first six Individual State Champions. The Cadets have also won the VISAA State Tournament Team Sportsmanship Award in 2011 and 2013, and Benedictine's first State Championship in 2014, all in just the past five years.
Off of the mat, wrestlers are also held to a high standard to achieve academic and disciplinary success which in turn allows them to be model Cadets. It is a privilege to be a part of the Benedictine Wrestling team as each wrestler represents the school, the team, and himself. The wrestling program coincides with the overall mission of the school which makes Christian men of conscience, discipline, and achievement.