|Title||Head coach & Athletic Director|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
College Football Data Warehouse
|Accomplishments and honors|
1983 ECAC Metro Champions
1985 ECAC South Champions
1986 ECAC South Champions
1987 NCAA Division III National Champions
1992 ECAC Southeast Champions
1993 ECAC Southeast Champions
1993 IFC Bowl Champions
2012 Northeast Conference (NEC) Football Champions
1987 NCAA Division III Coach of the Year
2012 Wagner College Stadium Renamed “Hameline Field"
2012 Northeast Conference Coach of the Year
2012 College Football News FCS National Coach of the Year
2013 Inducted into the New Jersey Sports Writers Association Hall of Fame
Walt Hameline is the current Director of Athletics and head football coach at Wagner College in Staten Island, NY. He has been the head coach since 1981 and guided them to the 1987 NCAA Division III National Championship. Wagner College is currently a Division I Football Championship Subdivision (formerly Division I-AA) scholarship program that is a member of the Northeast Conference.
Hameline has positioned himself to finish among the winningest head coaches in college football history. Wagner football teams under Hameline's guidance have finished with winning records 23 times in his career. Hameline's wins record ranks him in the Top 25 of active collegiate football coaches. In November 2010, he reached the 200-win mark as Wagner defeated Monmouth, 31-20.
- "2010 Football Coaching Staff: Walt Hameline, Head Football Coach". Wagner College.
- "Walt Hameline Records by Year". College Football Data Warehouse.
- "Wagner coach Walt Hameline wins 200th career game, beating Monmouth 31-20". Chicago Tribune (AP story). November 6, 2010.
- Anderson, Teja. "In Good Company - Walt Hameline", Living In Colts Neck, April 30, 2011. Accessed August 10, 2012. " For half of those years,Walt has made the daily commute to Staten Island from his home in Colts Neck where he lives with Debi, his lovely wife of 30 years, a flight attendant with U.S. Airways."
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