Title: Offensive Line
Experience: 3rd Year
Alma Mater: MidAmerica Nazarene, '02
Bio: Jeff Remington enters his third season as the Hornets’ offensive line coach. In his first season with the team, he coached center Kyle Leitzke, guard Matt Lemley and tackle Ray Navar to all-Big Sky Conference honors. That unit also paved the way for an offense which averaged 157.4 rushing yards per game — the most for a Hornet team since the 2000 team averaged 207.9 behind All-American running back Charles Roberts.
Last year, Lemley and Navar repeated as all-Big Sky selection and the line was also effective in the run game. The Hornets averaged 148.9 yards per game and rushed for over 250 yards in a game three times.
Before joining the Hornet staff, Remington was the assistant head coach and offensive line coach under Marshall Sperbeck at Foothill College from 2003-06. While at Foothill, the Owls were ranked in the nation’s top 20 for three years. He also coached 10 all-conference selections during that time and had his offense ranked in the top 10 in California.
Prior to Foothill, Remington was the offensive line and strength and conditioning coach at Minnesota-Morris in 2002. He coached two all-league selections in his two seasons while also coordinating the offensive practice and game planning.
From 1994-2001, Remington coached at Henry M. Gunn High School in Palo Alto, Calif., and was the head coach for his final four seasons. During that span, he produced a 27-12-1 record and led the team to a league title in 2000. His 1999 team advanced to the section playoffs for the first time in school history.
Remington earned a bachelor’s degree in business management from MidAmerica Nazarene in 2002. He and his wife, Stephanie, have two children — Jordan (9) and Payton (4).
Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges in the San Francisco area and South Bay.
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