MOORHEAD — Quincy Osborn, the assistant wrestling coach at Concordia for the last three seasons, has been named the school’s head coach.

Osborn replaces Phil Moenkedick who resigned to take become of dean of students at Perham (Minn.) High School.

“Quincy’s experience with college wrestling and the Cobber program made him a perfect fit for the job,” said Concordia athletic director Rachel Bergeson stated. “Quincy will make this a smooth transition process and I am excited to have him lead the wrestling team as we go forward. He is an excellent leader and will carry on the tradition of Concordia wrestling.”

Prior to Concordia, Osborn was the head coach at Lakeland College (Wis.) for the 2014-15 season. He has also served as an assistant coach at Division I programs Ohio University and State University of New York at Buffalo. Osborn started his college coaching career at perennial Division III national champion Augsburg.

Osborn was a Division I wrestler in college and finished his career as a Division III national champion at Augsburg. He lettered three times for the Gophers and qualified twice for the NCAA national championship meet.