Loren Gibbs of Charlotte has announced that assistant Brandon Hall has been promoted to Associate Head Coach after serving the past seven seasons with the 49ers. In addition, he has been the recruiting coordinator for the past five seasons. “Over the past seven years, Brandon has developed into one of the top assistant coaches in this region,” said Hibbs. “He has displayed a tremendous work ethic, an incredible desire to improve and a loyalty to our program and this institution that is unmatched. He fits with our overall program philosophy and has been a major factor in our success in recent years. Brandon `gets it’ and I am really looking forward to continuing to work alongside him in the future.” The full press release is available by clicking here.
Dartmouth head coach Bob Whalen has promoted assistant coach Nicholas Enriquez to the top assistant coach position. He has spent the last five seasons on Whalen’s staff after previously being an assistant coach at Menlo College from 2001-2004. “This will be the most seamless transition for any of the assistant coaches that I have hired at Dartmouth, due in part to the fact that Nick has been here for five years,” Coach Whalen stated. “He has proven his dedication and loyalty to the program and to myself, plus has demonstrated his coaching talent on both the field and the recruiting trail. Nick, without a doubt, has earned this appointment.” The full press release is available by clicking here.