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Gordon Named Huskies Head Wrestling Coach- Is Bloomsburg circling the D2 drain?

Is Bloom signaling that its heading the way of Millersville? I talked with several assistant coaches about this position and they all laughed at me. All had talked with Bloom before Jason Mester was hired and had nothing good to say about the athletic department. In the heart of wrestling the Bloom administration is either trying to get rid of wrestling or just incompetent. John Stutzman was a lucky strike for them. A program builder that got out of there as soon as he made progress.
I’m guessing that no serious candidates applied. Is this a dead cat bounce? Call the Bloomsburg Athletic Department and give them some crap for incompetence in the heart of wrestling country.
Gordon Named Huskies Head Wrestling Coach
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BLOOMSBURG–Bloomsburg University Vice-President for Students Affairs Dr. Dione Somerville has announced the hiring of Marcus Gordon as the new head coach for wrestling. Gordon had spent the past three years as the assistant coach of the Huskies.

“Marcus emerged from a very talented pool of applicants and we are thrilled to be able to name him as our next head wrestling coach,” said Somerville. “He is a quiet, but passionate individual who we feel has what it takes to grow our program on the mat as well as in the classroom. His love for the sport and the University is evident.”

“I would like to thank President (David) Soltz, Dr. (Michael) McFarland, Dr. Somerville, and the search committee for giving me the opportunity to lead the Bloomsburg University wrestling team,” said Gordon. “I am excited to step into the new role as head coach and help this young team achieve their goals in the classroom and on the mat. Bloomsburg University has a rich tradition in wrestling and my goal is to have the team wrestling at a high level and build off the storied past.”

Before coming to Bloomsburg, Gordon spending six seasons as the assistant coach at Ashland (OH) University where he was also a standout wrestler for the Eagles.
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