Exactly. In my opinion by the time a wrestler reaches the NCAA's they have been wrestling for a while and they have been in "big" matches. Everyone that has wrestled long enough has been in "big" matches. They come in different scales but if the pinnacle of your career--that you've worked long and hard to achieve--is the districts finals, or even a district medal match your senior year then it's as big of a match as you'll experience. You should know how to handle yourself in tight spots--both as a coach and as an athlete.
Isn't that what athletics is all about? Creating pressure and seeing how people perform under that pressure.