Nate Carr added to the Cyclone Regional Training Center staff

Kevin Dresser, Iowa State’s head coach of wrestling, speaks at his introductory press conference on Feb. 22, 2017. 

Trevor Holbrook

The Cyclone Regional Training Center announced that former Cyclone Nate Carr will join the staff as an associate director in a release on Tuesday.

Carr won three NCAA titles in Ames, but most recently, Carr has shifted into a coaching role, coaching Perry High School in Massillon, Ohio.

“Anything I can do to help them rise back to the top, I want to do,” Carr said in a release. “We can do this. The most important thing is dreaming and building, it’s bringing back that history and making it the present.”

Carr provides Olympic success to the C-RTC, as well as his collegiate success. Carr managed to win a bronze medal in Seoul, South Korea, at the 1988 Olympics.

Currently, the C-RTC roster Carr will work with consists of Kyven Gadson, Earl Hall and Ben Durbin.

“We are all very excited about bringing Nate into the Cyclone RTC,” C-RTC Director Kevin Dresser said in a release. “I said from day one that we want to make Ames, Iowa, the place to train for all levels and all styles, and Nate fits right into that plan.”