Greg Gattuso

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Greg Gattuso
Sport(s) Football
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Albany
Conference CAA
Record 17–17
Biographical details
Born (1962-05-18) May 18, 1962 (age 54)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Playing career
1981–1983 Penn State
Position(s) Defensive lineman
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1984 Penn State (GA)
1985 Seton-La Salle HS (PA) (JV)
1986 Center Township HS (PA) (DC)
1987 Duquesne (assistant)
1989–1991 Seton-La Salle HS (PA)
1992 Duquesne (assistant)
1993–2004 Duquesne
2005 Pittsburgh (TE/RC)
2006–2007 Pittsburgh (DL)
2008–2010 Pittsburgh (AHC/DL)
2011 Maryland (DL)
2012–2013 Maryland (DL/AHC)
2014–present Albany
Head coaching record
Overall 114–49 (college)
28–10–1 (high school)
Bowls 2–3
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
8 MAAC (1995–1996, 1999–2004)

Greg Gattuso (born May 18, 1962) is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the head coach at the University at Albany, taking over from long-time head coach Bob Ford. He was formerly the defensive line coach at the University of Maryland, under head coach Randy Edsall, a position he assumed in January 2011.[1] Gattuso served as the head coach at Duquesne University from 1993 to 2004, compiling a record of 97–32. From 2005 to 2010, he was an assistant coach at the University of Pittsburgh.

Head coaching record[edit]

College[edit]

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Duquesne Dukes (NCAA Division I-AA independent) (1993)
1993 Duquesne 4–6
Duquesne Dukes (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) (1994–2004)
1994 Duquesne 6–4 4–3 3rd
1995 Duquesne 10–1 7–0 1st W ECAC
1996 Duquesne 10–1 8–0 1st L ECAC
1997 Duquesne 7–3 6–1 2nd
1998 Duquesne 8–3 5–2 3rd
1999 Duquesne 8–3 6–1 1st
2000 Duquesne 10–1 7–0 1st
2001 Duquesne 8–3 6–0 1st L ECAC
2002 Duquesne 11–1 8–0 1st L ECAC
2003 Duquesne 8–3 5–0 1st W ECAC
2004 Duquesne 7–3 4–0 1st
Duquesne: 97–32 66–7
Albany Great Danes (Colonial Athletic Association) (2014–present)
2014 Albany 7–5 3–5 9th
2015 Albany 3–8 2–6 11th
2016 Albany 7–4 4–4 T–6th
Albany: 17–17 9–15
Total: 114–49
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gorman, Kevin (7 January 2011). "Two more Pitt assistants find jobs". Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Retrieved 7 January 2011. 

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