The Builders open the 2015-16 wrestling schedule at the Penn State Mont-Alto Dual Tournament, which the team also participated in at the start of last season. The November 1 Tournament will also feature Temple University (PA).
The following weekend, the team is at the Virginia Beach Fieldhouse for the Virginia Beach Nationals. Penn State Mont-Alto, East Carolina University, and Bridgewater College will also be present.
Saturday, November 14 takes the team back up into Pennsylvania for the Ursinus College Fall Brawl. The team will then round out November at the N.C. State Wolfpack Open on the 22nd.
December competition will begin at the New Standard Corp. Invitatinal, an exhibition at York College (PA). The Builders then travel to Tampa, Fla. on December 12 for the Florida Duals, hosted by the University of Central Florida. Held at the Florida State Fairgrounds, the Builders will face the host Cougars as well as the University of Florida.
The Builders will be at the Virginia Duals to start January, scheduled for the 8-9th at the Hampton Coliseum. Other teams competing in the American Division include Ferrum College (VA), Central Florida, Minnesota State-Moorhead, Camden County College (N.J.), Anderson University (S.C.), Kutztown University (PA), and Liberty University (VA). The team will then host Penn State Mont-Alto, East Carolina, and Bridgewater on January 17 for the Builder Invitational at Woodside High School, scheduled for a 9 am start.
The team will head down to Dalton, Ga. on January 22-23 to compete in the National Collegiate Wrestling Association (NCWA) National Duals. The Builders will see action against Central Florida, Penn State Mont-Alto, Temple, the University of Florida, Marion Military Institute (AL), the University of Toledo (OH), Middle Tennessee State, and Grand Valley State (MI). The Apprentice School will then host East Carolina for the Builder Duals on January 31 at 9 am to wrap up the month.
February will have the team up in Pennsylvania yet again, this time for the Penn State DuBois Duals on the 13th. The following day, the team is at Penn State University for the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) National Invitational at State College, Pa.
Post-season competition will begin February 27 when the Builders compete in the NCWA Mid-Atlantic Conference Championships, to be hosted by East Tennessee State Univeristy in Johnson City, Tenn. The Mid-Atlantic Championships serve as a qualifier for the NCWA Nationals, which will take place March 10-12 at the Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee, Fla.