Frederick "Fritz" Stueber, a former member of the University of Delaware football squad, begins his third season on the University of Delaware football coaching staff and his second as offensive quality control assistant in 2013.
Stueber (pronounced "stoober"), who served as a student offensive intern for the Blue Hens in 2011, works on the offensive side of the ball while overseeing film breakdown and other duties. He also works closely with defensive quality control coach Mike Donovan.
Among his duties for the team in 2011 were signaling in plays from the sideline and also working with special teams units. He also served as a coach for several University of Delaware football camps held on campus each summer.
A native of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Stueber joined the Delaware program as a walk-on running back and wide receiver prior to the 2008 season and was a three-year member of the squad. He battled injuries and left the team following the 2010 season. He was a member of the 2010 team that shared the Colonial Athletic Association title and advanced to the NCAA FCS championship game.
Stueber, who is single and resides in Newark, earned his degree in organization and community leadership with a minor in coaching from the University of Delaware in 2012.