|Conference||Pioneer Football League|
August 27, 1967 |
|Alma mater||DePauw University
University of Illinois
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
|Tournaments||0–1 (NCAA D-I FCS playoffs)|
College Football Data Warehouse
|Accomplishments and honors|
3 PFL (2009, 2012, 2013)
2× PFL Coach of the Year (2009, 2012)
Jeff Voris (born August 27, 1967) is a college football coach at Butler University and former quarterback at DePauw University. As of completion of the 2009 season, his head career coaching record is 39 wins and 55 losses.
Voris was a four-year starting quarterback at DePauw University from 1986 through 1989 and earned honorable mention All-America recognition in 1988 and 1989. As of 2007, he still holds DePauw career football records for most passing yards (6,035), most touchdown passes (56), most pass completions (504), most pass attempts (910) and most total offense (5,754).
His other accomplishemnts on the field at DePauw include single game records with 38 completions against Findlay in 1987 and five touchdown passes against Taylor in 1988, and he's the only player in DePauw football history to lead the Tigers in passing for four consecutive seasons. While at DePauw he joined Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity.
Voris' first head football coaching position was as the 27th head college football coach for the Carroll College (Wisconsin) Pioneers located in Waukesha, Wisconsin and he held that position for five seasons, from 2001 until 2005. His coaching record at Carroll College was 15-34. As of 2007, this ranks him eighth all-time at Carroll College in total wins and 21st at Carroll College in winning percentage. 
Voris is currently the head coach at Butler University. He has held this position since 2006, and has led the Bulldogs to a combined record of 41 wins and 36 losses.
The Bulldogs won the 2009 Pioneer Football League title by compiling a 7-1 league record and a 10-1 regular season overall. The conference title run included a come-from-behind 25-24 victory over Pioneer League preseason favorite San Diego, a 31-28 road win at Dayton (who also finished with a 7-1 league record), and a 20-17 title-clinching victory over Drake.
The Pioneer Football League title earned the Bulldogs a berth in the Gridiron Classic. It was Butler's first postseason appearance since 1991 when they were still a Division-II football program. Butler defeated Central Connecticut State 28-23 to win the Gridiron Classic and finish 11-1.
Head coaching record
|Carroll Pioneers (Midwest Conference) (2001–2005)|
|Butler Bulldogs (Pioneer Football League) (2006–present)|
|2013||Butler||9–4||7–1||T–1st||L NCAA Division I First Round|
|National championship Conference title Conference division title|