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Assistant Coach Andy Marino (Tight End & Tackles)
Andy Marino, a former standout player at Lycoming College, was promoted from graduate assistant to full-time tight end and offensive tackles coach in July, 2012.
In addition to his duties with the tight ends and offensive tackles, Marino also serves as Delaware's liaison with National Football League scouts as well as the walk-on coordinator.
Born: February 12, 1987
College: Bachelor of Arts, History, Lycoming College, 2009; Master's Degree in High Education Administration, University of Delaware, 2012
College Coaching Career:
2010-11: Graduate Assistant, University of Delaware
2012-Present: Tight Ends/Tackles, University of Delaware
Recruiting Areas: Maryland (Baltimore City; Baltimore, Cecil, Dorchester, Harford, Queen Anne's, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, Worcester, Caroline, Harford, Kent counties); New England
He begins his fourth year on the staff in 2013 after joining the Blue Hens in August, 2010. While a graduate assistant, he worked with the Blue Hen offensive unit and played a vital role in helping the Blue Hens advance to the NCAA national championship game in 2010.
Marino assisted the staff on gameday and with practice preparation, film breakdown, and camps.
Marino earned his degree in history and received a secondary social studies education certificate at Lycoming College in Williamsport, Pa. in May, 2009. At Delaware, he earned his master's degree in High Education Administration in May, 2012.
While at Lycoming, Marino was a Dean's List student and excelled for the football team as an offensive lineman, starting for three seasons and serving as team co-captain as both a junior and senior.
He led the squad to the 2008 Middle Atlantic Conference title and a berth in the NCAA Division III Tournament and earned the team's Lee Calistri Award for leadership, determination, dedication, and personal sacrifice for the benefit of the team.
He began his coaching career at Whitehall (Pa.) High School in 2009 and helped lead the team to a 7-5 overall record and an Eastern Conference championship.
He directed scout teams for the offense, coordinated film breakdown, and organized practice drills with the offensive line in practice.
Marino is single and resides in the Newark area.
Head Coach Dave Brock
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Defensive Coordinator Tim Weaver
Offensive Coordinator Sean Devine
Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks John Perry
Running Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach Gregg Perry
Receivers Coach Brian Ginn
Defensive Line Coach Phil Petitte
Cornerbacks Coach Henry Baker
Tight Ends Coach Andy Marino
Defensive Assistant Frank Law
Defensive Quality Control Assistant Brad Hilovsky
Offensive Quality Control Assistant Fritz Stueber
Head Athletic Trainer John Smith
Assistant Athletic Trainer Dan Watson
Director of Football Operations Jerry Oravitz
Personal Development Coach David Baylor
Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Medicine Dr. Andrew Reisman
Sports Medicine Physician Dr. Geoffrey Gustavsen