- Head Football Coach(315) 229-5785
Mark Raymond M' 95, the former defensive coordinator at Ithaca College, was named the 22nd head coach of the St. Lawrence University football program in the spring of 2010. He enters the 2013 season with a career mark of 8-22.
Coach Raymond's Recruiting Territories
New York: Section 1, Section 2, Section 7, Section 10
Other States: Arizona, Texas, Utah, Virginia
In his first season with the Scarlet and Brown, Raymond guided St. Lawrence to the program's first Liberty League Championship thanks to a 5-1 record in conference. With a win over WPI in the 2010 season finale, the Saints punched their ticket to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1982. Raymond and his staff were named the Liberty League's Coaching Staff of the Year for their efforts.
Raymond, who earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Buffalo in 1993, worked for three years at St. Lawrence as a graduate assistant coach with the football team. In his prior tenure in Canton, NY, Raymond coached linebackers, defensive ends and wide receivers while building a solid recruiting foundation throughout the northeast as Recruiting Coordinator for St. Lawrence.
- Assistant Football Coach, Quarterbacks(315) 229-5760
Tom Blumenauer, a 2007 graduate of Ithaca College, joined the St. Lawrence football staff in the fall of 2010.
Coach Tom Blumenauer's Recruiting Territories
New York: Section 8, Section 11
Other States: Alaska, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, South Dakota, Wisconsin
Blumenauer, who served as the Saints' wide receivers coach over the past two years, will become the quarterbacks coach for the 2012 campaign. He came to Canton, NY, having served as the head coach for the junior varsity football team at Dr. Anna Shaw Middle School in Philadelphia, PA since 2007. Blumenauer was a physical education and health teacher at Dr. Anna Shaw, working with students in grades 7 and 8.
- Assistant Football Coach, Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary(315) 229-5942
Greg Hadley, a former defensive standout at Colgate University, joined the St. Lawrence University football coaching staff in February of 2011. He will serve as the Saints' co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach in the fall of 2012.
Coach Greg Hadley's Recruiting Territories
New York: Section 3, Section 4
Other States: Alabama, California, Florida, Nebraska
Hadley arrived in Canton, NY after a one-year stint as a defensive assistant at the University of Rhode Island. He coached the cornerbacks throughout the season, assisted with special teams and was responsible for all in-season film breakdown. He will serve as the linebackers coach at St. Lawrence and is a certified strength and conditioning coach (BFS) after working as an intern under Colgate's Gabe Harrinton and Syracuse University's Corey Parker. He is also certified in CPR, First Aid and AED.
During his four-year career with the Raiders, he played 40 games and earned four varsity letters. As a senior in 2009, the Fayetteville, NY native recorded 67 tackles en route to being named to the All-Patriot League team for the second-consecutive season. In 2008 as a junior, he led the team in tackles with 80.
Prior to his career at Colgate, Hadley started at Christian Brothers Academy. As a senior he recorded 147 tackles and totaled nine quarterback sacks. In 2005, he helped his squad to an 11-1 mark and a Class AA State Championship.
- Assistant Football Coach, Running Backs
Daniel Higgins, a four-year varsity letter winner from Ithaca College, joined the Saints football staff as an assistant coach in the fall of 2012. He will work primarily with the running backs.
Coach Dan Higgins' Recruiting Territories
States: Arkansas, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, Oregon, Vermont
He served as the assistant offensive line coach in the fall of 2011 at his alma mater prior to coming to St. Lawrence. A two-time first-team Empire 8 all-star, he played in 40 games over his collegiate career, catching 57 passes for 661 yards and 14 touchdowns.
As an undergraduate, Higgins was an active volunteer, helping with both the Greece Chargers and Greece Olympia Football programs and also the local youth football programs in Ithaca, NY. A native of Rochester, NY, Daniel graduated in 2012 with a degree in biology.
- Assistant Football Coach, Defensive Line(315) 229-5939
Nate Howard, a captain of St. Lawrence's 2010 Liberty League Championship team, returned to his alma mater as an assistant coach in the summer of 2011.
Coach Nate Howard's Recruiting Territories
States: Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, Rhode Island
Howard, who earned First Team All-Conference accolades in his senior year, will continue to serve as the team's defensive line coach in the fall of 2012. A certified strength and conditioning coach, Nate was a two-time Liberty League Academic Team member and a two-time John Berger Lineman of the Year Award winner. He graduated in May of 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology.
During his time as an undergraduate student at St. Lawrence, Howard was a member of Male Athletes Against Sexual Violence and volunteered with the "Meals on Wheels" program. He finished with 135 tackles including 13.5 sacks, in 27 career games with the Scarlet and Brown.
- Assistant Football Coach, Outside Linebackers(315) 229-5742
Brett McAllister joined the St. Lawrence University football coaching staff during the spring of 2013, and will serve as the outside linebackers coach for the upcoming season.
Coach Brett McAllister's Recruiting Territories
States: Colorado, Georgia, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington and Wyoming
McAllister graduated from Bates College in May of 2012 with a bachelor's degree in history. A four-year letter-winner on the Bates football team, he started all eight games of his sophomore, junior and senior seasons for Bates at outside linebacker, totaling 176 tackles in all (123 solo), with nine sacks and seven interceptions.
As a sophomore, McAllister led the NESCAC in both solo tackles (51) and fumble recoveries (3); he also led the Bobcats in sacks in both his junior and senior seasons. As a freshman he was listed at defensive back, and saw action in six of eight games.
Coach McAllister spent the fall of 2012 coaching the outside linebackers at his alma matter, where he was also the assistant special teams coordinator and in charge of all in-season defensive film breakdowns. He is certified in CPR and in the use of an AED.
- Assistant Football Coach, Wide Receivers(315) 229-5346
Trent Mossbrucker, a former kicker at the University of Iowa, joined the St. Lawrence University football team's coaching staff in the spring of 2013. Mossbrucker, who will coach the receivers in his first season, graduated in December of 2012 from Iowa with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Communication Studies and History.
Coach Trent Mossbrucker's Recruiting Territories
New York: Section 9
States: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota
During his time with the Hawkeyes, Trent was a member of teams that were selected to play in the BCS Orange Bowl, the Outback Bowl and the Insight.com Bowl. He was chosen to participate in leadership retreats and performed community outreach while representing the Iowa football program.
Following his playing career, Mossbrucker worked with the Norm Parker Football Class as a teaching assistant and as a sales intern at Business & Financial Strategies. However, he remained active with the Hawkeyes as a special teams intern, where he broke down video, assisted in special teams game-planning and met with linebackers and special teams coach LeVar Woods to complete assigned tasks.
- Assistant Football Coach, Tight Ends
John Muldowney joined the St. Lawrence University football coaching staff as a volunteer in the summer of 2011.
Coach Muldowney will serve as the tight ends coach for the upcoming season. He is a 1981 graduate of Princeton University, where he played defensive back for the Tigers. He coached football for 16 years at Saranac Lake High School, where he worked with quarterbacks, receivers and defensive backs.
Muldowney is also a graduate of Albany Law School and is a practicing trial attorney and managing partner of Fischer, Bessette, Muldowney & Hunter, LLP. John and his wife, Sally, reside in Saranac Lake and have four children.
- Assistant Football Coach, Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line(315) 229-5980
Dan Puckhaber was hired in the summer of 2010 to coach the St. Lawrence University football team's offensive line, and he was promoted to offensive coordinator for the 2012 season.
Coach Dan Puckhaber's Recruiting Territories
New York: Section 5, Section 6
Other States: Hawaii, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania
Puckhaber was a decorated student-athlete before graduating from Ithaca College with a Bachelor of Science degree in December of 2003. A certified strength and conditioning coach, he was a four-year contributor for the Bombers at defensive end, and helped Ithaca to a 32-12 record and an NCAA Tournament appearance while on the team. In his senior season, Dan was a First Team All-Empire 8 selection and a Second Team All-ECAC honoree. He was also the recipient of the Jim Butterfield Memorial Award and the Honorary Defensive Captain Award.
- Football & Women's Hockey Faculty/Staff Mentor(315) 229-5213
Dr. Elizabeth Regosin will continue to serve as a Faculty/Staff Mentor to both the football and women's hockey teams in 2012-13.
B.A. - University of California, Berkeley
M.A. - University of California, Irvine
Ph.D. - University of California, Irvine
"I came to the department of history at St. Lawrence University in the fall of 1997. I teach courses in American history, African American history, and American Women's history. I have also participated in SLU's First-Year Program with colleagues from the English and Sociology departments.
I am currently teaching in the program with a colleague from Philosophy. Our course is entitled "Making a Difference: Active Citizenship in a Healthy Democracy." With its strong teaching mission, SLU is the perfect place for me. I enjoy having the opportunity to interact with my students both in class and in a variety of ways outside the classroom." - Dr. Regosin