The Oklahoma Sooners announced that former Ohio State All-American Hunter Stieber will be heading to Norman to help coach the Sooners.
Stieber placed twice at NCAAs for the Buckeyes and will be joining his old RTC coach in Lou Rosselli. A 2013 Big Ten champion, Stieber will likely work with the middleweights (141-157 pounders).
I'm pretty excited. Lou's been my coach for my entire college career, so when he called me up, I didn't really think about it too much," Stieber said to Micah Thompson of SoonerSports.com. "I wanted to come out and compete still while starting my coaching career. I've known Coach (Keith) Gavin from my time competing and Coach (Michael) Lightner too, from competing in college, so I'm excited to be out here. The team's looking good and there's a lot of excitement around this program right now, so it's good to be a part of that.
Stieber's addition should round out the Sooners' coaching staff, as Rosselli kept Michael Lightner and previously added Keith Gavin. Roselli has also been very active on the recruiting trail, most recently picking up a verbal from Anthony Mantanona of California.
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