You look at HB now, and the fact he played college football — as a center, no less — might be the eighth Wonder of the World, right up there with the Roman Colosseum and the Great Wall of China. For his exemplary efforts in 2013, Wiese was selected the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award winner for Division II, a prestigious honor recognizing coaches for their responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and excellence, on and off the field. In addition, no less than 15 of his pupils landed some kind of All-American recognition, including a pair of Harlon Hill Award finalists -- quarterback Ted Schlafke (2008), the school’s career passing and total offense leader, and running back Isaac Odim (2009), UMD’s No. Wiese came to UMD following two years of employment as the head coach at NCAA Division III member Marietta College (Ohio). in Duluth. An avid hunter, he said the northwoods just fit his style and Duluth was just the right pace. He and his wife, Jenny, have three daughters -- Alexis, Makenna and Brooke -- and make their home in Hermantown. He and his wife, Jenny, have three daughters -- Alexis, Makenna and Brooke -- and make their home in Hermantown. To be in this area and involved with this is really important to me.”. American Football Database. So his junior year, he went out for football. A lot of college football teams will have a former player or two on staff, but with the Bulldogs, it’s uncanny. (Jed Carlson / email@example.com), Superior’s Brady Herbst (4) makes a catch over the top of Marshfield’s Parker Weik (12) in the second quarter of the Spartans’ 44-37 playoff victory at the NBC Spartan Sports Complex. degree in technology education and received a Master’s degree in educational professional development from Wisconsin-Eau Claire two years later. During Wiese's successful run as the team’s offensive coordinator, the Bulldogs finished near the top of the NCAA II leader board four times in scoring (third in 2012 with a school-record 46.5 points per game average, fifth in 2008, sixth in 2010 and ninth in 2009) and in 2012 possessed the nation’s seventh best rushing attack (after ranking seventh, fourth, and third, respectively, in that department the previous three seasons). (Steve Kuchera / firstname.lastname@example.org), Minnesota Duluth assistant football coaches Scott “H.B.” Hanna (left) and Scott Lyons stand on the sidelines during the Nov. 2 game against Minnesota Crookston. They understand our culture. The official Football page for the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs. “It’s a great opportunity for these guys to continue to be involved in the program, guys like HB and Scott Lyons, and it’s a great opportunity for our team to learn from guys like Chase Vogler and Garth Heikkinen. 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Name Position Height Weight Hometown/SchoolJustin Azure OL 6-4 265 Waseca, Minn. (Waseca)Dylan Bair DB 5-11 185 Prior Lake, Minn. (Prior Lake)Ethan Beffert LB 6-2 225 Hutchinson, Minn. (Hutchinson)Kyler Brown QB 6-3 210 South Elgin, Ill. (Saint Charles North)Landon Carter LB 6-2 210 Lakeville, Minn. (Lakeville North)Owen Davis WR 6-6 195 Brainerd, Minn. (Brainerd)Dylan DeChampeau WR 6-5 190 Coleraine, Minn. (Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin)William Faul DL 6-4 235 Lake Geneva, Wis. (Badger)Brady Herbst LB 6-3 185 Superior (Superior)Marcus Holasek TE 6-3 230 Chaska, Minn. (Chaska)Luke Houdek OL 6-0 235 Jordan, Minn. (Jordan)Jerod Jandt LB 6-1 205 Peshtigo, Wis. (Peshtigo)Ethan Jauquet OL 6-3 260 Muskego, Wis. (Muskego)Seth Kohel RB 5-11 195 River Falls, Wis. (River Falls)Daniel Mitchell RB 5-11 190 Las Vegas (Las Vegas Arbor View)Nick Moen OL 6-5 260 Victoria, Minn. (Chanhassen)B.J. Those guys live and breathe UMD football and UMD athletics. Connect with college football coaches in MN. (Clint Austin / email@example.com) Get Recruited. 877-845-6272. Reader's View: How can any woman support the president? 1216 Ordean Court The Stoughton, Wis., native signed on with the Marietta football program in 2003 when he became the team’s offensive coordinator -- a duty he continued to maintain after he was elevated to head coach. They also captured a share of their 20th NSIC overall title, advance to the NCAA II postseason for the ninth time since 2008 and was ranked 13th in the final American Football Coaches Association Division II poll. MN A way for Alumni and Fans to stay connected to the … He’s extremely explosive and is longer. The only school I have any ties to back in town is UMD. Official site of the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs Minnesota Duluth Athletics. “Their car doesn’t work, or they’re behind on their rent, or how to talk to their landlord. But he also knew about the huge commitment. 55802, St. Louis County at peak accuracy heading into election. Curt Wiese is an American football head football coach at the University of Minnesota … Heikkinen was ready for it, knowing there was no place he would rather be.