The 2012-12 season will be Minnesota native Quincy Osborn's fourth year with the Bobcats. In his time at Ohio, Osborn has been instrumental in bringing in top notch recruits. The past 3 years have brought two top 25 ranked recruiting classes to Athens. Osborn was also very influential in helping 141 pounder Germane Lindsey earn All American status in 2010.
Prior to Athens, he spent the last two years as an assistant coach at Augsburg College in Minneapolis. While an assistant at Augsburg, he worked with recruiting as well as one-on-one training with the student-athletes. He was the assistant wrestling camp director for Augsburg's summer camp in 2008 and 2009.
Osborn's competition career is a very decorated one. After wrestling for two years at the University of Minnesota (where he won the 2003-04 Frasier Dean Most Courageous Wrestler Award), he transferred to the aforementioned Augsburg College to finish out his career. In 2007 he was the Division Three National Champion in the 141-pound weight class. The team, which he captained, also won the National Championship that year. He was awarded Team Most Valuable Wrestler, Most Team Points, Most Takedowns and Most Falls during this impressive campaign.
Quincy graduated from Augsburg College in 2009 with a history degree. He received his Master's degree in Coaching Education from Ohio in 2011. He and his wife Hannah reside in Albany with their cats Rampage & Misha, and their dog Bjorn.