Dave Dallas

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Dave Dallas
Sport(s) Football
Playing career
1979–1982 Missouri Western
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1983–1984
1985
1986
1987–1988
1989–1996
1997–2013
Missouri Western (GA)
Northeast Missouri State (assistant)
Rolla HS (MO)
Graceland
Ottawa
Kansas Wesleyan
Head coaching record
Overall 132–121–1 (.522)
Bowls 0–2
Tournaments 0–2 (NAIA playoffs)
Statistics
College Football Data Warehouse
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
2 KCAC (2001–2002)

Dave Dallas is an American football coach and former player in the United States. He was the head football coach at Kansas Wesleyan University until he resigned after completion of the 2013 season. From 1989 to 1996, Dallas was the head football coach at Ottawa University.

Playing career[edit]

Dallas played college football at Missouri Western in St. Joseph, Missouri from 1979 until 1982. After playing, he continued to work with the Griffons as a graduate assistant in the football program.[1]

Coaching career[edit]

Ottawa University[edit]

Dave Dallas was the 25th head football coach for the Ottawa University Braves located in Ottawa, Kansas and he held that position for eight seasons, from 1989 until 1996. His career coaching record at Ottawa was 37 wins, 40 losses, and 1 ties. This ranks him second at Ottawa in total wins and 14th at Ottawa in winning percentage (.474).[2]

Kansas Wesleyan[edit]

After coaching at Ottawa, Dallas became the 19th head coach for the Kansas Wesleyan University Coyotes located in Salina, Kansas. Dallas has held that position for 17 seasons from 1997 until his resignation in 2013.[3] His coaching record at Kansas Wesleyan is 94 wins, 81 losses, and 0 ties.[4]

In 2000, he coached the Coyotes in the American Family Charity Bowl against conference rival Bethany, losing 20–3.[5] His 2001 team was declared Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference co-champions[6] and then the team won the title outright in 2002.[7] For both the 2001 and 2002 seasons, Kansas Wesleyan qualified for the NAIA Football National Championship playoffs.[8]

Head coaching record[edit]

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs NAIA Coaches' Poll#
Ottawa Braves (Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference) (1989–1996)
1989 Ottawa 3–7 3–6
1990 Ottawa 5–5 5–4
1991 Ottawa 5–5 5–4
1992 Ottawa 5–3–1 5–3–1
1993 Ottawa 6–4 5–3
1994 Ottawa 6–4 6–2
1995 Ottawa 7–3 5–3 L Wheat
1996 Ottawa 1–8 1–7
Ottawa: 38–39–1 35–32–1
Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes (Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference) (1997–present)
1997 Kansas Wesleyan 0–9 0–8
1998 Kansas Wesleyan 6–3 5–3
1999 Kansas Wesleyan 2–7 2–6
2000 Kansas Wesleyan 7–4 6–3 L American Family Charity Bowl
2001 Kansas Wesleyan 8–3 8–1 T–1st L NAIA First Round
2002 Kansas Wesleyan 8–3 8–1 1st L NAIA First Round
2003 Kansas Wesleyan 4–6 4–5
2004 Kansas Wesleyan 5–5 5–4
2005 Kansas Wesleyan 8–2 7–2
2006 Kansas Wesleyan 8–2 7–2
2007 Kansas Wesleyan 5–5 4–5
2008 Kansas Wesleyan 6–4 5–4
2009 Kansas Wesleyan 5–5 4–5
2010 Kansas Wesleyan 7–3 6–3 3rd 21
2011 Kansas Wesleyan 5–7 5–4 5th
2012 Kansas Wesleyan 6–5 6–3
2013 Kansas Wesleyan 4–7 3–6
Kansas Wesleyan: 94–81 85–66
Total: 132–121–1
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title
#Final rankings from NAIA Coaches' Poll.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kansas Weslyan University Dave Dallas
  2. ^ "2012 Football Media Guide". Ottawa Braves. p. 7. Retrieved February 26, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Head Football Coach Dave Dallas Resigns from Wesleyan". SalinaRadio.com. December 26, 2013. Retrieved January 30, 2014. 
  4. ^ College Football Data Warehouse Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes coaching records
  5. ^ College Football Data Warehouse Kansas Wesleyan Bowl History
  6. ^ College Football Data Warehouse Kansas Weslyan Football-2001
  7. ^ College Football Data Warehouse Kansas Weslyan Football-2002
  8. ^ Topeka Capital-Journal "Ravens set for rematch against first-round foe" By Ken Corbitt, November 23, 2002

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