Olivet Nazarene University Hires Sterling's Brian Fish as Head Football Coach
December 21, 2010
Sterling College Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Andy Lambert announced today that offensive coordinator Brian Fish has accepted a head coaching position at his alma mater, Olivet Nazarene University. Fish has been the offensive coordinator for Sterling College for the last five years.
Fish took over as offensive coordinator for the Sterling College Football Program for the 2006 football season and served in that capacity for five seasons. While at Sterling, Fish's offense has produced 14 All-Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) First Team selections and one American Football Coaches Association First Team All-American. In 2010, Fish's offense was ranked 16th in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) in rushing offense per game and 24th in the NAIA in total rushing offense.
"Brian has been a tremendous asset to our program the last five years. He is a great recruiter and coach," said Lambert. "He has also been a significant mentor to our players and trusted friend to me and the other staff. I expect he will have great success as a head coach. We will miss him and