Elon University head football coach Rich Skrosky announced the addition of several assistant coaches to his staff:

Damian Wroblewski, Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach

Most recently the offensive line coach at Rutgers University, Wroblewski helped to guide the Scarlet Knights to the 2013 New Era Pinstripe Bowl and the 2012 Russell Athletic Bowl. Prior to his stint at Rutgers, Wroblewski coached the offensive line at the University of Delaware, a soon-to-be conference rival of Elon in the Colonial Athletic Association. Wroblewski is a 1999 graduate of Lafayette College.

Jerry Petercuskie, Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach

A former coach at North Carolina State University, Pertercuskie has spent 16 seasons as special teams coach under Tom O’Brien at NC State and Boston College. Interestingly enough, former Elon head coach Jason Swepson was also a Tom O’Brien disciple. Petercuskie played his college football at Boston College and graduated in 1975.

Carlton Hall, Defensive Line Coach

Hall spent the 2013 season as defensive line coach at the University of West Alabama, a one-year stint following two years at the University of Houston. Hall has also coached at Harvard University and Columbia University, where he worked with Skrosky. Hall signed a free agent contract with the San Diego Chargers in 1998 following his graduation from Vanderbilt University.

Terry Lantz, Defensive Backs Coach

Lantz follows Skrosky to Elon from Ball State University, where he served as safeties coach from 2011 to 2012. Lantz’s contract was not renewed for 2013, capping a tumultuous stint in Munice, Ind., that began with an arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol in Feb. 2011. Lantz coached at Wofford College in the Southern Conference from 2006-2010. Lantz is a 1991 graduate of the University of Louisville.

Cris Reisert, Tight Ends Coach

Another former coach at Ball State, Reisert was a graduate assistant in the 2013 season. He previously was the wide recievers coach at Ohio Dominican University in 2011 and 2012, the school where he played his college football as a quarterback.

Billy Riebock, Wide Recievers Coach

Riebock was a two-year graduate assistant at Ball State, where he helped take the Cardinals and Skrosky to a pair of bowl games. Previously, Riebock was the offensive coordinator at Quincy University, his alma mater, from 2008-2011. An all-conference quarterback at Quincy, Riebock graduated in 2006.

Scott Van Zile, Quarterbacks Coach

Van Zile comes to Elon from Monmouth University, where he was the offensive coordinator for the past six seasons. In total, Van Zile spent 14 seasons with the Hawks, where he previously worked with Skrosky. Van Zile played both offense and defense at Towson University, where he graduated in 1999.

Scott Browne, Recruiting Coordinator/Running Backs Coach

Browne is the lone holdover from the Jason Swepson regime at Elon. He spent the past three seasons as Elon’s special teams coach and recruiting coordinator, but he worked with Skrosky at Elon from 2007-2010. Browne is a 2000 graduate of the University of South Carolina.



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