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Dom Nania joins Seton Hill wrestling staff

Paul Schofield

Hempfield graduate Dom Nania, who wrestled at Wheeling Jesuit and was an assistant at Hempfield and Norwin with Vince DeAugustine, was recently added to the Seton Hill coach staff.

Nania was a three-time captain at Wheeling Jesuit, where he compiled 98 wins and was a two-time NCAA Division II qualifier.

Seton Hill wrestling coach Brian Tucker said: “We are extremely excited to add Dom to our staff. His accolades as a wrestler along with his connections to the local area bring a wealth of wrestling knowledge to our program. We look forward to having him make a difference in our program.”

Nania is a 2017 graduate of Wheeling Jesuit where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and currently teaches while working toward a Master’s Degree in Education Administration.

Paul Schofield is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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