Trevor Kittleson | Associate Head Wrestling Coach
Trevor Kittleson begins his second season as the associate head wrestling coach under head coach TJ Miller.
A former Division I wrestler at the University of Northern Iowa, Kittleson was a national qualifier in 2009 for the Panthers. Kittleson graduated in 2011 with a bachelor's degree in physics education.
As a senior in high school at St. Ansgar, Kittlseon went 44-0 and captured the 1A 145# title, setting the school record for wins in a season, career wins (155) and pins in a career (90) in the process.
From 2011-16, Kittleson served as the head wrestling coach at Perry High School where he coached 18 state qualifiers, nine place-winners, two finalists and one Iowa State Champion.
Kittleson and his wife, Laura, live in Dubuque with their son, Dakota.
Rick Healey | Assistant Wrestling Coach
Rick Healey enters his 12th year on the wrestling staff for the Duhawks. A native of Dubuque, Healey graduated from Loras with a degree in physical education. Healey was a two-time All-American, placing fourth and seventh in the NCAA Division III. He ranks 10th in career wins, with a record of 106-48.
He currently teaches physical education at Senior High School in Dubuque.
Healey resides in Dubuque with his family, Alexis, Jackson, and Bo.
Jon Orillion | Assistant Wrestling Coach
Jon Orillion begins his third season as an assistant coach for the Duhawks.
Before his time at Loras, Orillion spent 16 years coaching at the high school level in Louisiana. Orillion served as an assistant coach at Jesuit High School and Archbishop Rummel High School before taking the reigns as head coach at Archbishop Rummel in 2014. In his time at the high school level, Orillion served on the coaching staff of four Louisiana State Championship teams along with four state runner-up teams.
Orillion also served as the Louisiana National Team Head Coach from ’08-’16. Under his guidance, Louisiana saw 14 of its athletes claim 17 All-American honors at USA Wrestling Fargo Nationals along with Louisiana's first Fargo National Champion.
Orillion is a graduate of Jesuit High School (New Orleans), where he finished 2nd and 3rd in the Louisiana State Tournament, and then received his Bachelor’s Degree from Holy Cross College in New Orleans.
Jimmy Davis | Assistant Wrestling Coach
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