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Mount Vernon, Ga--Athletic Director Daniel Prevett would like to announce the return of Brittney Gadd to the BPC coaching staff as the women's wrestling head coach. She has worked in her new role here since April 1st.4 12 19 Gadd

Brittney has an impressive history in wrestling. At the University of the Cumberlands, she was a dual sport athlete earning All-Conference and All-American honors in both women's soccer and women's wrestling from the years of 2008-2013. Coach Gadd was a two time All-American in the WCWA (Women's Collegiate Wrestling Association) and earned a ranking of 5th on the Olympic ladder for USA wrestling. She was a member of the National Championship team in 2008 for UC. 

Coach Gadd earned her undergraduate degree as a double major in Exercise Sports Science (BS) and Public Health from The University of the Cumberlands. She also has a Masters in Special Education.

"I have many goals for this program and it's exciting to have a long term plan in place to accomplish these goals little by little.The top three important goals for me are building alumni, fundraising, and building the foundation of this team around the Gospel of Christ. I would like to be here long enough to develop women's wrestling alumni and build alumni relationships. Secondly, I would like to develop consistent fundraising so we can use that to advance the program. Lastly, I would like to see this program be successful in every aspect by investing time into building a healthy team both physically and spiritually," reflects Coach Gadd.

When asked what excites her about working at BPC: "The main thing that excites me about returning is that I get to fulfill my passion of wrestling alongside my fiance Tim, who is the men's coach. I believe we can run the wrestling programs as a equal operation and take both programs to the next level together as our ministry."

Athletic Director Daniel Prevett is excited about Coach Gadd's return. "We are glad to have Brittney back to continue to build the program that she started. She is a tremendous person and will be a great leader for the young ladies in our program."

"I'm thankful and humbled for this opportunity to carry out my calling as a part of the BPC coaching staff," says Coach Gadd.(Courtesy of BPC)

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