Bismarck, N.D.—University of Mary Athletic Director Roger Thomas today announced the hiring of Adam Aho as head wrestling coach. Aho joins U-Mary after serving as an assistant at Minnesota State University, Mankato. The Mavericks finished eighth in 2012-13 at the NCAA Division II National Championship.
OWATONNA — While on his way to Stillwater, Okla., to visit the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum, former Owatonna High School wrestling coach Scot Davis confirmed a rumor that he would be returning to coach in Minnesota.
His destination? Eden Prairie. Continue reading at www.southernminn.com
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Itasca Community College is proud to announce the hiring of Dan Lovell as head coach of the Itasca Vikings. Dan was an accomplished wrestler winning an Iowa state title in high school and earning NCAA Division 2 All-American honors at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. In 2012, he was a bronze medalist at the Veterans World Championships in Budapest, Hungary.
Former BOLD High School wrestling coach Tom Gruhlke has been appointed head wrestling coach at Ridgewater, the college announced Thursday.
He replaces Tom Beyer, a Willmar elementary school teacher who helmed the program the past six winters after 28 years as head coach at the high school. Continue reading at www.wctrib.com
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Itasca Community College seeks applicants for a head coach and recruiter for the wrestling team. Desirable qualifications include experience in coaching wrestling, recruiting, and a demonstrated familiarity with and commitment to the academic mission of a comprehensive community college. A bachelor’s degree is also preferred. Starting salary will be dependent on education and experience.
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Northland Community & Technical College Campus Dean, Steve Crittenden announced today that Scott DCamp has accepted the position of head men’s wrestling coach at Northland. Crittenden stated, “Scott’s experience and connections in our region will be a great benefit to our college. He is committed to seeing our program succeed and has some great ideas on how to move the program forward.”
North Dakota State head wrestling coach Roger Kish has announced the addition of North Dakota high school legend and former University of Minnesota standout Scott Glasser to his coaching staff as a volunteer assistant.
“We’re excited to add Scott to our staff,” said Kish. “He’s energetic, a great technical teacher, and will be an asset to North Dakota State as we produce a new generation of wrestlers.”