Tuesday April 28, 2009
SMU: Special teams coach Frank Gansz has passed away at age 70. Please keep Coach Gansz' family in your thoughts today.
Tri-Cities Fever: Former LA Avengers head coach Pat O'Hara has accepted the head coaching job. The LA Avengers recently folded and O'Hara will coach his first game Saturday with the Tri-Cities Fever.
The Coach Tracker: Great day on Monday! Please continue to spread the word.
Monday April 27, 2009
Tri-Cities Fever (AF2): Head coach Richard Davis will not return after an 0-5 start.
Kansas City Chiefs: We hear most of the scouting department has been let go. New GM Scott Pioli wanted to bring in his own guys.
Sunday April 26, 2009
Albright College: FootballScoop has learned that former St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute (NY) assistant Jeff Gelormini has been hired at the new tight ends / assistant offensive line coach at Albright College.
Clemson: Clemson grad assistant Ryan Sulkowski has accepted the head coaching job at Rifle High School in Colorado.
Friday April 24, 2009
Clemson: Head coach Dabo Swinney has signed a 5-year, incentive-laden, contract.
Emporia State: The 2 positions have been filled.
Thursday April 23, 2009
Dickinson College: FootballScoop has confirmed that Dickinson College has hired Robert Jazwinski to coach the defensive line. Jazwinski previously served on the staff at Susquehanna University.
Houston: Athletic director Dave Maggard is retiring.
Lake Forest College: FootballScoop has just learned that head coach Brent Becker has resigned to pursue other career opportunities. Defensive coordinator Jim Cantanzaro will be promoted to head coach.
Wheaton College (IL): an evangelical Christian liberal arts college whose faculty and staff affirm a Statement of Faith and adhere to lifestyle expectations, invites applications for the position of Assistant Head Football Coach. The position is a 10-month, full-time coaching position and becomes available August 1, 2009. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Coaching duties include coordinating the offense, recruitment of qualified students, setting game strategy, practice planning and student mentoring. The position will include serving in another area of the department. The past offensive coordinator served as 1/4 time assistant track coach. Preferred candidates will hold a Master's degree and will have had coaching experience at the college level. Knowledge of and compliance with NCAA rules and regulations as well as effective interpersonal and communication skills to work collaboratively in a strong department are expected. Not only will the successful candidate hold expertise in the techniques of coaching, but he will also be able to serve as a competent mentor of young men involved in a challenging academic environment. It is expected that the candidate chosen to fill this position would have a heart for sports ministry. Wheaton College complies with federal and state guidelines for nondiscrimination in employment. Interested applicants should visit our web site at www.wheaton.edu/hr to review the job description and obtain an application which needs to be completed and submitted to the Director of Human Resources, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois 60187. Applicants will not be considered without a completed application on file.