More than 50 Knox College alumni are currently working in the field of high school and college coaching, including the following:
Athletic Director, Knox College. Chad Eisele '93.
Sales and Marketing Coordinator, Minnesota Vikings, Minneapolis, Minnesota. C.J. Rugh '05.
Special Teams Coordinator, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Mississippi. John Wozniak '99.
General Manager, Indiana University Sport Properties, Bloomington, Indiana. Rob Louthain '93.
Account Executive, Group and Party Sales, Chicago White Sox, Chicago, Illinois. Dustin Milliken '03.
Head Football Coach, Antioch High School, Antioch, Illinois. Brian Glashagel '94.
Assistant Director of Enforcement, NCAA, Indianapolis, Indiana. Brynna Barhart '03.
Head Volleyball Coach, Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa. Jeff Meeker '93.
Head Baseball Coach, Knox College. Jami Isaacson '92.
Director of Soccer Operations, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. Norm Hilner '79.
Head Baseball Coach and Director of Admissions, Illinois Central College. Guy Goodman '92.
Head Coach, Women's Soccer, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse. Sara Burton '91.
Associate Director of Athletics and Head Coach, Softball, Bates College. Gwen Lexow '90.
Head Football Coach, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Todd Monken '89.
Boy's Basketball Coach, Rock Island High School, Rock Island, Illinois. Tom Sigel '89.
Head Track Coach and Mathematics Instructor, Maine Township High School East; Park Ridge, Illinois. Michael Seig '83.
Head Coach, Women's and Men's Volleyball, St. Ambrose University. Bruce Billingsley '79.
Director of Athletics, New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois. Randy Oberembt '76.
Girls' Basketball Coach, Galesburg High School. Evan Massey '74.
Head Football Coach, Briar Cliff University, Sioux City, Iowa. Tom Rethman '92.
Continuing Knox College's long history with the Peace Corps, these young alumni will serve in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
Luke '08 and Samantha Claypool Temple '11 are among a group of Peace Corps volunteers invited to hear President Barack Obama speak during his visit to Africa.
Fifteen Galesburg eighth-graders will be the George Washington Gale Scholars Class of 2017. They will hear from several speakers, including Knox College President Teresa Amott and program director Les Hunter.