Coach David Bahta is the Varsity Running Back and Slots Coach.  He was the quarterback for the Falls Church High School football team.
Coach Wayne Schofield is the Special Teams Coordinator for Varsity and the Wide Receivers coach for Varsity and JV. Coach Preston Wilson is the Offensive Line Coach.  He attended Warren Central HS in Indianapolis, Indiana where he played on the offensive and defensive lines. In his first five years on the Bison sideline, Joe Susan has certainly impacted the culture of the Bucknell program. A standout defensive lineman and linebacker at Bucknell from 1997 to 2000, Matt Borich is in his sixth year coaching the defensive line at his alma mater. John Bowes, who spent the previous five years as an assistant coach at William & Mary, joined the Bucknell staff prior to 2013 spring practice. Veteran Brad Fordyce spent the last seven years as the defensive coordinator at nearby Susquehanna University. Like Bucknell head coach Joe Susan, sixth-year Bucknell assistant coach Mike O'Connor previously coached at Rutgers under former Bison football player Greg Schiano.
Super Bowl-winning offensive lineman Darnell Stapleton joined the Bucknell football coaching staff in the summer of 2014. Todd West, who lives in nearby New Columbia, spent close to a decade as an assistant football coach in the Central Susquehanna Valley before joining the Bison staff as running backs coach in March 2014. Eric Wicks, an All-Big East performer at West Virginia from 2004-07, joined the Bison coaching staff in the spring of 2013. John Field, a 1999 graduate of Texas Lutheran, is in his seventh year as the football strength and conditioning coach at Bucknell. Liel Karstetter was named Bucknell's football equipment manager just prior to the 2010 season opener at Duquesne and he is in fifth year as part of the Bison staff. When Mike Leach was named head coach at Washington State University, he wasted no time in naming David Emerick as his chief of staff, a position similar to what Emerick held while he and Leach were at Texas Tech. Antonio Huffman begins his third season as director of football operations at Washington State University after joining Mike Leach's staff in 2012. Graham Harrell was promoted to outside receivers coach in February 2015 after spending one season as an offensive analyst. Roy Manning joined the WSU staff in January 2015 after two years coaching at his alma mater, Michigan.
Jim Mastro, a veteran in the collegiate coaching ranks for more than two decades, begins his third season as running backs coach on Mike Leach's staff. Clay McGuire begins his fourth season as offensive line coach at Washington State University and eighth season working on a Mike Leach-coached staff.
Eric Mele was promoted to Special Teams Coordinator at WSU after two-plus seasons as an offensive quality control assistant with the program. Nine-year National Football League veteran Joe Salave'a begins his fourth season on Mike Leach's Washington State coaching staff as the defensive line coach.
Ken Wilson joined Washington State in February, 2013 after spending the previous 23 years at the University of Nevada, 19 on the Wolf Pack coaching staff. David Yost brought a wealth of experience to Washington State’s inside receiver position when he joined the Cougar coaching staff in February, 2013.
Jason Loscalzo begins his third season as the head football strength and conditioning coach. Tyson Brown enters his first season as the Cougars assistant football strength and conditioning coach after working the previous year as associate director of strength and conditioning at the University of South Florida. Marco Candido enters his seventh year at Washington State University as an assistant football strength and conditioning coach. John Graves is in his first season at Washington State as an assistant football strength and conditioning coach. Joel Filani arrived at WSU in February 2015 and will serve in an offensive quality control position after spending the past two seasons at Boise State as an offensive graduate assistant. David Lose enters his fifth season as Washington State’s defensive assistant, working in the film room and on scouting reports. Brian Odom arrived at WSU in January 2015 following three seasons at the University of Houston where he served as Co-Director of Sports Performance. Gordy Anderson is in his second season on staff at Washington State and his first season as Manager of Player Personnel, assisting with various facets of recruiting as well as helping with operations.

Mike Bethea begins his third year on the Cougars coaching staff as a defensive graduate assistant after joining the program in January, 2013.
Price Ferguson begins his first season on the Cougar coaching staff as a graduate assistant.
Vince Penza begins his first season at Washington State as the special teams graduate assistant after a four-year playing career at the University of Toledo. The workshop is connected to one of the River Festival’s commissioned outdoor Artist Installations, entitled Fiber as Place: Home as Land, designed by Wisconsin-based papermaker and itinerant visual artist Robert Possehl.
Known for his work with native, non-native and invasive plant fibers, Possehl seeks to recover the stories and histories embedded in a landscape’s memory by making paper from natural materials. Workshop participants will learn about papermaking and will assist Possehl with the creation of sheets of handmade paper that form the basic building blocks for Fiber as Place: Home as Land at the Festival. An employee of a Salina hotel said he had a handgun pointed at him from a car in the parking lot Sunday afternoon. Individually, Hayden Rohr tied for the 3rd best score with a 77, earning 4th place after a 3 man playoff.  Other Monarch scores were Collin Werth 86, Cameron Rozean 93, Michael Braun 96, Alec Stults 97 and Jace Rueschhoff 113. The following is a presentation of the 2016 Fort Hays State University Commencement, held on Saturday, May 14, 2016. The following is a presentation of the 2016 Fort Hays State University Commencement, held on Friday, May 13, 2016. Students are listed alphabetically by county and city, state and city, or country and city with their classifications and, for those who have declared them, majors. COFFEYBurlington: Peyton Darbi Suter is a junior majoring in communication sciences and disorders.
CRAWFORDPittsburg: David Robert Blanchard is a freshman majoring in information networking and telecommunications (Web development). OSAGECarbondale: Haley Elizabeth Gray is a senior majoring in general studies (psychological).
OTHER STATESARMED FORCESYolanda Marie Ronnau is a junior majoring in psychology.Helen Amanda Welsh is a junior majoring in sociology.
A graduate of West Springfield, where he played wide receiver before attending ITT Technical Institute and earning a degree in Network Systems Administration.
He attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University where he majored in finance.
He played inside linebacker for the Geneseo High School football team in New York.  He received a BS in physical education from SUNY Brockport, and a MS in Performance Enhancement Specialist and Exercise Science from California University of Pennsylvania.
He attended Tennessee State University where he received a BS in Civil Engineering, and played on the defensive line. He has his favorite sayings like "The Ball is the Program", which focuses on limiting and creating turnovers, and certain philosophies like the Thought Box, which symbolizes leaving all off-field distractions away from the field during practices and games. He coached the Bison linebackers and special teams in his first year on staff before being named the special teams coordinator and safeties coach prior to 2014 spring practice. He joined the Bison staff in the winter of 2014 and works closely with the Bison linebackers and serves as the program's recruiting coordinator.
He previously served on the staffs at both Shikellamy and Lewisburg, coaching the linebackers, defensive backs and wide receivers.
The Palo Alto, California, native has an extensive football background at both Stanford University and Moravian College.
Huffman arrived in Pullman following two seasons at East Carolina University, where he served in a similar role on Ruffin McNeill's staff. He spent three seasons in the NFL after his playing career with the Wolverines and coached for one season at Cincinnati. McGuire played for Leach at Texas Tech then later served four seasons on the Red Raider staff. At WSU, Loscalzo is responsible for all aspects involved in the development, coordination, implementation and supervision of the strength and conditioning programs for the Cougar football team. Prior to joining the Cougars in 2008, Candido spent two seasons in Des Moines, Iowa as Drake Univeristy’s head football strength and conditioning coach. Prior to Houston, he spent seven seasons at the University of Arizona in a similar position. Attendees will learn about making paper from natural plant fibers and will explore place-based papermaking as a means to better understand and honor man’s relationship to place.

Craver is an original singer-songwriter who draws from influences including The Cure and Bob Dylan.
During this commencement ceremony, Masters and Bachelors degrees were awarded to the students of College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, and College of Health and Behavioral Sciences. During this commencement ceremony, Masters and Bachelors degrees were awarded to the students of College of Business and Entrepreneurship, College of Education, and College of Science, Technology, and Mathematics. To be eligible, students must have enrolled in 12 or more credit hours and have a minimum grade point average of 3.60 for the semester. Students without a classification are students seeking a second degree or are students who, though full time, are not seeking a degree.
Stewart is a senior majoring in organizational leadership.Stephanie Anna Strathman is a senior majoring in radiologic technology. Little is a sophomore majoring in chemistry.Jarred Michael Stindt is a senior majoring in agriculture (education).
Wycoff is a sophomore majoring in health and human performance (sport and exercise therapy). Mills is a senior majoring in social work.Kara Jean Stump is a senior majoring in elementary education. He has been coaching offensive and defensive lines for 20 years, the last six at West Springfield High School. He has coached football and basketball at Westfield HS and Freedom HS before becoming the basketball coach at WSHS in 2010.
He is the health and pe teacher at Irving Middle School.  He has coached at Greece Athena HS in NY and at Fairfax HS for ten years prior to coming to WSHS this year.
Additionally, Susan strives to recruit strong citizens to Bucknell and mold them into even better people by the time they graduate. He was elevated to defensive coordinator in the summer of 2013 and added responsibilities as assistant head coach just prior to 2014 spring practice.
He joined the staff in August 2009 and has worked predominantly with the tight ends throughout his tenure. At Bucknell, Wicks is the assistant special teams coordinator and he oversees the cornerbacks. In his second season in Pullman, Leach guided Washington State to the Gildan New Mexico Bowl. With a melodic and dreamy sound, Craver’s work features story-like lyrics about life, love and the “existential journey we all find ourselves on.” Admission is free.
He has worked with two state basketball championship teams and one state football championship team.
He is an Aerial Intelligence Sensor Specialist.  He has coached girls’ basketball and football at Freedom HS, and boys’ basketball at WSHS. He is married and has one daughter.  He wants to help every defensive player improve their position techniques, improve their intensity, and play together as a defensive unit. WSU's high-powered offense ranked fourth in the nation in passing offense, setting a school-record at 368.00 yards per game. He is married with two daughters.  His goal is to provide the necessary instruction and tools that allow players to perform at their peak potential resulting in a well-rounded student athlete. He is married and enjoys playing a variety of sports.  His goal is to enhance every member of the team’s high school experience, and help them become the best men they can be.
When the employee asked the two if they were guests at the hotel, the man pointed a gun at the employee who then backed away.
This is his second year with the team; his goal is to develop a chemistry with the players and to help them develop into good players, teammates, and men. His goal is to help each player be successful in reaching their personal goals, and to make the playoffs. He has found the West Springfield families and administration to be supportive and the student athletes to be above average in intelligence and in their desire to achieve.

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