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Travis Pascoe named as second Assistant Wrestling Coach at Fresno State

Fresno, Calif. - Head wrestling coach Shawn Charles has announced the hiring of a second assistant coach for the wrestling program in Travis Pascoe. Pascoe was an All-American and a four-time NCAA qualifier at Nebraska while wrestling at 184 pounds. Pascoe will join Charles and fellow assistant coach Kevin Lake for the duration of the 2005-06 school year.

Pascoe wrestled for four years at Nebraska, accruing 101 wins in four years, placing him 13th on the all-time win list for Nebraska. Pascoe recorded a 22-3 record while wrestling unattached as a redshirt, and then continued that success by qualifying for the NCAA tournament four straight years from 2002-2005.

A key part of Nebraska's top 25 finish in the NCAA championships last season, Pascoe took sixth place at the NCAA championships at 184 pounds, his best finish in four years. Among Pascoe's collegiate wrestling highlights include a Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational title along and being named the Big 12 wrestler of the month.

Also an accomplished wrestler in High School, Pascoe compiled a 138-8 career mark and won three Washington state championships at 189-pounds. He was also named a high school All-American while at Gonzaga Preparatory School in Spokane, Wash.

This position marks the first full-time coaching experience for Pascoe. He has previously worked as an instructor at Nebraska wrestling camps and clinics. Pascoe will also continue wrestling in preparation for the upcoming world championships and Olympic Trials, where he will compete at 85 kg (184 pounds).

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