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Trevathan joins NC State football staff

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RALEIGH, N.C. -

N.C. State head football coach Dave Doeren has named Henry Trevathan, Jr., as the Director of High School Relations for the Wolfpack program, the school announced Tuesday.

Trevathan has coached in the North Carolina high school ranks for the past two decades and his father was a well-known high school coach who also coached with the Wolfpack.

"We are excited to bring Henry Trevathan back to N.C. State," said Doeren.  "He was a GA here, has a son who is a student here and his father has a long history with the Wolfpack.  He will be a great connection to the high school coaches in the state and will be heavily involved in our clinics, camps and unofficial visits.  I am looking forward to working with him as he helps us build a bridge between the state high school coaches and the Wolfpack."

Trevathan joins Doeren's staff after spending the past two seasons as the head coach at Southern Alamance High School in Mebane.   He has also been the head coach at Raleigh's Cardinal Gibbons (2011), Broughton High School in Raleigh (1984-90), Southern Alamance in Graham (2004) and Western Alamance in Elon (2005).

He also has experience in the collegiate coaching ranks, working on the staffs at Lenoir-Rhyne and Elon.  During his time at Elon he served as offensive coordinator and associate head coach.  His first coaching job was as a graduate assistant coach for the Wolfpack.

Trevathan lettered at quarterback and punter at East Carolina from 1978-79.  His father, Henry Trevathan, Sr., is a member of the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame and served as an assistant coach at NC State from 1986-93.  During his time with the Wolfpack, Trevathan, Sr., led the special teams units, coaching Lou Groza winner Marc Primanti in 1986.

Trevathan Sr. coached Wilson Fike to three straight state titles, in 1967, '68 and '69.

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