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KC Rock Joins Wolverine Wrestling Staff

July 14, 2006

OREM, Utah — KC Rock, a native of Morgan, Utah, has been hired as head assistant coach on the Utah Valley State wrestling staff, head coach Greg Williams announced on Friday.

Rock returns to Utah after four seasons as an assistant on the University of Wyoming’s wrestling staff, two years as an assistant at Boise State and a career on the mat at Ricks College and Boise State.

"I'm excited about the energy KC brings," said Williams. "I've watched his growth as a wrestler and now as a coach and am impressed with his work ethic. He will compliment our staff well and we can use our strengths together to get this program to level we expect it to be at."

"This is a great opportunity to return to my home state to coach," said Rock. "It's exciting to be here and to help this program reach the level it can."

In 2002, Rock helped the Broncos to a Pac-10 Championship and a 19th place finish at the NCAA Tournament. Rock also helped coach 125-pound All-American Ben VomBauer to a 4th place finish at that tournament.

While a wrestler at Boise State, Rock was a two-time National Qualifier. He was the Pac-10 Champion at 125-pounds in 2000 and was named the Pac-10 Tournament’s Most Outstanding wrestler after pinning all four of his opponents, including top seed Michael Kawamura of Arizona State in the finals.

Prior to his time at Boise State, Rock was an All-American at Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho.

Rock prepped at Morgan High School in Morgan, Utah, where he was a three-time Utah State Champion and High School All-American while wrestling for his father, John.

Rock earned degree in Kinesiology from Boise State in 2001. He and his wife, Darelyn, have three children; Keller, Emery and Amelia.

Williams and Rock, along with returning assistant Gabe Vigil, will lead Utah Valley State into a new era this fall, when the Wolverines will join seven other schools in the inaugural season of the Western Wrestling Conference (WWC).

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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