Five new faces will join the Lycoming College football coaching staff for this season, head coach Mike Clark announced on Monday. They are offensive coordinator Scott Brisson, defensive backs coach Joe Kost, offensive line assistant Pat Vollman and student assistants Glen Hughes and Chris Kish.
Rejoining are assistant head coach and defensive coordinator Steve Wiser, offensive line/tight ends coach Dave Becker, offensive assistant Carm Bianco, defensive line coach Steve Radocaj, running backs coach Pat Taylor, defensive line coach Doug Thiel and linebackers coach Mike Weber.
Brisson spent two seasons as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at St. Lawrence and also organized recruiting weekends. St. Lawrence went 5-1 in the Liberty League in 2010 and last year saw its first 1,000-yard rusher in 20 years. He's also been at Lehigh, Franklin & Marshall, and played at Bowdoin.
Kost just finished his playing career at Ursinus, where he was the captain last season. He played in two games before an injury ended his season.
Vollman had a four-year run as a the head coach of Williamsport High School's freshman team and played at Lock Haven.
Hughes, a chemistry major, started 26 games during his three years as a Warrior.
Kish, a history major, was a two-year starter with the Warriors who appeared in 35 career games. He finished his career with 124 career tackles and 2.5 sacks.
Lyco opens the season at home Sept. 1 vs. SUNY-Brockport.