Kansas Wesleyan's wrestling program did have bright spots with four wrestlers earning berths to the NAIA Championship over the three years, including Taylor Moeder, who finished fourth in the nation and earned All-America honors in 2018. Lexington Plummer qualified for nationals this past year, going 1-2 at the event as a heavyweight. Tanner O'Donnell, who was a 2018 national qualifier, was the 2017 KCAC Most Outstanding Wrestler while Moeder earned the KCAC honor in 2018.
The university will honor the scholarships for any of the students that remain at the university and will assist with any wrestler that wishes to transfer. Per NAIA rules, the students would be immediately eligible at another institution. As such, Kansas Wesleyan gives any institution permission to contact members of the wrestling team. Head coach Jason Schweer joined the program in July and was the third coach in the program's short history. The university is working to assist Schweer and assistant coach Derek Arnold, who is also a graduate student, in the transition.