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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Dustin Hinschberger has been named the assistant wrestling coach and director of the fitness center at Coe College, announced Director of Athletics John Chandler. He will join Head Coach John Oostendorp's team for the 2006-2007 season.

"We are very pleased to have Dustin joining our staff," said Chandler. "He will bring a great deal of knowledge and enthusiasm to our wrestling team."

Hinschberger, a 2006 graduate of Wartburg College, has spent the past four years wrestling for the Knights. He earned All-American honors three times, winning the national title the last three years. He was also a three-time Iowa Conference champion at 141 pounds. Hinschberger was a member of four Iowa Conference championship teams at Wartburg.

"We are very excited about having Dustin as part of our staff," said Oostendorp. "He will be a great addition to our program."

Hinschberger, a native of Belle Plaine, Iowa, was a three-time state qualifier in high school, with three top-four finishes, including winning the 2002 state championship. He helped his team to a first-place finish at the 2001 state tournament and the 2001 state dual meet.

Hinschberger has also helped with the Wartburg wrestling camps the last four years, as well as instructing a one-on-one technique camp for area youth. He was also a member of the Freestyle Junior National All-American team this past summer.

"He has been a great competitor and the strong work ethic and intensity that he shows in his wrestling will carry over into this coaching," said Oostendorp. "He will be an excellent role model for our athletes."
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