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BPC Wrestling Adds To Coaching Staff

Courtesy of BPC

Director of Wrestling and Head Women’s Wrestling Coach, Devane Dodgens has announced the addition of Lauren Louive to the Lady Barons’ Coach Staff and Brandon Warren to the men's coaching staff, for the 2022-2023 season.

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Louive comes to Mount Vernon from Colorado Springs, Colorado, as an elite senior-level wrestler. She is currently a member of Team USA and is a 2024 Olympic Hopeful. “I look forward to working with the studentathletes of Brewton-Parker,” Louive mentioned. “I’m excited to get started and am grateful for this opportunity.”

Louive’s accomplishments on the mat include the 2020 U.S. Open Senior National Championship, multiple Olympic Trials qualifiers, several international championships, and medalist honors. She has helped create history for the sport as the first female to wrestle in the Hawkeye Wrestling Club at the University of Iowa.

“We are excited to bring on such a talented wrestler as Lauren to our coaching staff,” Dodgens said. “We are blessed to have someone of her caliber with us. Her accomplishments speak for themselves, and we are ready to #ShockThe-Nation this year!”


Warren comes to Brewton-Parker after previously serving as an Assistant Coach at Mount Zion High School in Jonesboro, Georgia. “I am extremely grateful for this opportunity to support the Brewton- Parker Wrestling Program,” Warren said. “It is a gift to be able to help guide these young men through life with Christ at the forefront and through the sport of wrestling.” While at Mount Zion, the Dover, Ohio, native assisted in the leadership of eight County Championships and six Regional Championships. He helped lead the program to 27 first-time Georgia State Qualifiers and four Georgia State Placers.

“We are glad to add Brandon to our staff,” Dodgens said. “We believe he will be a huge help to the program, and we cannot wait to get him here to begin leading our guys.”

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