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Brian Bingaman - Saint Joseph's University - Strength and Conditioning Coach
Brian Bingaman is in his sixth year as the Hawks’ first full-time strength and conditioning coach, and was promoted to director of strength and conditioning in 2014. He also sets the Hawks’ nutrition program and provides guidance year-round.

Prior to coming to SJU, he served in the same position at La Salle for five years, and had stints at Duquesne and Penn State. A native of Northumberland, Pa., he was an Honorable Mention All-America in football at Bloomsburg University, graduating in 2003. He earned his master's degree in health education from Penn State in 2008 and owns certification from the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association in both SCCC (Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified) and United States Weightlifting (Level 1 Club Coach).

He and his wife, Colleen, reside in Springfield, Pa., with their son, Bryce.
Victor Brown - Albright College - Running Backs Coach
Victor Brown is entering his seventh season on the Albright College coaching staff. Previously the Lions' running backs coach, he is now the run game Coordinator as well as coaching tight ends and serving as assistant offensive line coach.

He coached tight end Eric Wade to three consecutive All-Conference nods from 2011-13. Wade was also a fourth team USA College Football Preseason All-American in the summer of 2013.

Albright went 8-3 with ECAC bowl championships in both 2012 and 2013.

During Brown’s time at Albright, he also helped develop Josan Holmes into one of the top running backs in the MAC. Holmes was Albright’s first 1,000 yard rusher since 1995 and was honored as the MAC rookie of the year in 2008. Holmes has also set the program record for most career rushing touchdowns and single seasons rushing scores.

Brown began his college football career at Kutztown University where he started at guard as a redshirt freshman. After his sophomore year at Kutztown, he transferred to Bloomsburg University where he was a two-year starter at offensive center.

In his two seasons at Bloomsburg, Brown was a member of two PSAC East Championships teams, and 1996 NCAA Division II playoff qualifiers. As a senior, Brown earned All-PSAC East and All-ECAC honors. He graduated from Bloomsburg University in the spring of 1998. Brown began his coaching career as an assistant at Sun Valley High School in 1998 and helped lead Sun Valley to a conference championship.

He then coached the offensive line coach at Reading High School from 1999 to 2000; helping the Knights to win the Lancaster/Lebanon League section 1 championship in 2000. Brown then moved on to coach the defensive line at Wilson High School from 2001 to 2003. Wilson won the Lancaster/Lebanon League section 1 championship in 2001 and advanced to the district 3 championship game. After three seasons at Wilson, Brown returned to Reading as the head football coach from 2004 to 2007.

Brown hails from Reading and is also employed as a special education teacher at Upper Merion High School. He and his wife Lisa have two daughters Emily and Kayla.
Joe Buehler - Lebanon Valley College - Head Coach
Joe Buehler ’89 takes over as Lebanon Valley head coach in the fall of 2016 after 12 years as the program's offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.

Buehler takes the reins from longtime head coach Jim Monos after playing and coaching for LVC's all-time winningest coach.

As the team’s offensive coordinator and offensive line coach, Buehler has helped lead the LVC football program to new heights. His lines have consistently been among the best in the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC), turning in some of the conference’s top-rated rushing offenses and sack protection numbers over the past few seasons. He also mentored all-American tackles Sean Tetreault ’10 and Jason Sneeringer ’11, and guard Brendan Kozub '14.

The 2009 edition of the Dutchmen, which had a program-best 9-2 record, scored more points than any team in LVC history (349) and boasted two 900-yard rushers in Charlie Parker ’10 and Ben Guiles ’12; the 2011 team outdid that squad with 389 points and the best passing attack in program history on the way to the ECAC Southwest Bowl title. Guiles became LVC’s all-time rushing and touchdowns leader in 2011 to earn all-America and MAC Offensive Player of the Year honors.

During LVC's 2013 run to the MAC title, the Dutchmen were led by a two-headed rushing game as the offense racked up six all-MAC awards, including first-team nods for Kozub and fullback Evan Fink' 14.

Running back Brendon Irving joined Guiles as just the second back in program history to rush for 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons thanks to Buehler's offensive lines that included 2014 all-American Tyler Dean '15 and 2015 all-American Tyler Good '16. Tackle Zach Smith '15 earned an All-MAC Honorable Mention nod in 2014 before being named second-team all-conference in 2015, while center Bryant Weller earned All-MAC Honorable Mention status following the 2015 campaign.

Buehler coached in the high school ranks for 15 seasons, most recently as an assistant at Cedar Cliff High School in 2003. Buehler was also the head coach at nearby Palmyra High School from 1996-2002. In addition, he has served as an assistant at Milton Hershey, Lebanon, and Palmyra high schools. Buehler was an outstanding football player at LVC, where he was a four-year letterwinner and a Second Team All-MAC selection as an offensive lineman.

Buehler and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Mechanicsburg with their son, Jeb, and daughter, McKenna.
Greg Fedick - Delaware Valley College - Offensive Line Coach
Greg Fedick is entering his ninth year with Delaware Valley College and his work with the offensive line has been a key to the team's recent success.

During his tenure, Delaware Valley College has been the MAC Champions 4 times (04, 05, 08, 09) and the ECAC Champions twice (03, 08). In the process the Aggie offense has set nearly every team and individual record.

Over the last eight years, Delaware Valley College has had 11 All Conference linemen and 5 All Americans. The group is highlighted by Damien Ciecwisz, the winner of the 2005 Rimington Award as the top center in Division III.

Prior to coming to Delaware Valley, Fedick served as the assistant offensive line coach for MAC rival King's College. The Monarchs posted an 8-3 record, including their second straight ECAC title. He helped coach MAC Offensive Lineman of the Year and All American Joe Corbett.

Fedick started his coaching career at Ursinus College and was the Offensive Line Coachin 1999 and 2000. Ursinus won 18 games in those two years, including the school's first-ever NCAA Division III playoff victory.

Fedick was a four-year letter winner at Widener University from 1995 to 1998 and saw time at all five offensive line positions. He was named a MAC-Commonwealth all-star as a senior and was a member of the '95 squad that qualified for the NCAA Division III playoffs.
Sean Flueso - Parkland High School - Offensive Line Coach
Sean Flueso currently serves as the Varsity Offensive Line Coach at Parkland High School. He has held that position since 2005.

Flueso played Offensive and Defensive Line at Parkland High School from 1993-1996. He then continued his playing career at Bloomsburg University from 1997 through 2000. As an Offensive Tackle, Flueso earned first-team all-conference recognition in 2000 and was a member of the national NCAA Division II finalist team that year.

Flueso continued as a Husky but in a different role. He kicked off his coaching career by serving as an assistant offensive line coach at Bloomsburg University for the 2001 and 2002 seasons. From there he went on to coach varsity offensive line at Parkland High School during the 2003 and 2004 campaigns.

Sean is currently employed as a Physics teacher at Parkland High School.
Julius King - All Fitness- Performance Coach
As a graduate of Bloomsburg University, Julius received his Bachelors Degree (2003) in Exercise Science with an Athletic Training focus, and later (2005) went on to earn his Masters Degree in Exercise Science with a concentration in Exercise Physiology.

While attending Bloomsburg University, Julius played wide receiver during the 1999 and the 2000 football season, in which the Bloomsburg Huskies were PSAC & Northeast Regional Champions & competed for the Division II National Championship. While earning his Masters, Julius served as a Graduate Assistant wide receiver coach and also assisted with the team strength & conditioning program. Following his graduation, he then went on to coach the wide receivers at LaSalle University.

As a performance coach, Julius brings a tremendous amount of experience. He has worked as an personal trainer, worked football camps, trained high school, college, and professional athletes, including four international basketball players from Hungary who were preparing for the NBDL (National Basketball Developmental League), an international Basketball player (Wykeen Kelly) from the USA who has been league MVP and won a scoring title in his first two years of playing international basketball, as well as an NFL offensive linemen (Jahri Evans of the N.O. Saints). Along with that, Julius has also trained individuals with mental illnesses as well as senior citizens.
Pat Spadaro - West Chester University- Tight Ends / Offensive Tackles Coach
Pat Spadaro begins his second season with West Chester University and head coach Bill Zwaan. He will be tasked with coaching the tight ends and offensive tackles.

Spadaro helped out with the Golden Rams’ spring drills in April 2013, before being hired on for fall camp in August. In just a short time at West Chester University, Spadaro has made a big impact on the football program. Tight ends Tim Brown and Shawn Driggins each enjoyed breakout seasons a year ago. It was Brown’s play in the postseason that was a big reason why the Golden Rams were able to advance to the national semifinals. Driggins, who was mainly a blocking tight end when he arrived at West Chester, has developed into a threat in the passing game as well under Spadaro’s tutelage.

Spadaro comes to West Chester from Bloomsburg University where he spent the last three years as an assistant coach under former BU head coach and WCU alum Danny Hale. Spadaro coached the tight ends last fall for the Huskies while mentoring the defensive line his first two years in Bloomsburg. Last fall, Bloomsburg’s rushing game set a new conference record for rushing yards in a single season (3,789).

While at Bloomsburg, Spadaro also created a freshman academic support program, which arranged for study halls and tutors while monitoring the first-year players’ academic progress.

Spadaro graduated from Bloomsburg University in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. He finished up work on his master’s degree from Bloomsburg University in Exceptionalities in May 2012.
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