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Entering his first season as head football coach at Midland University in 2012, Josh Gehring brings with him a consistent record of excellence. From 2007 to 2009, he set records as an offensive coordinator at Morningside College. In his three seasons, the Mustangs went from averaging 24 points per game to 36.1 (2007), to 48 (2008) and finally 45.1 (2009). While there, he reformed the Mustang offense, leading Morningside to a No.7 and two No. 5 final national rankings. Morningside averaged over 400 yards per game during his three years as the school's offensive coordinator, with Morningside's quarterbacks completing more than 60 percent of their passes all three seasons.
During three seasons at Morningside College, Gehring earned a 29-7 record and three GPAC Runner-Up finishes. Gehring's offense while at Morningside outscored its opponent by an average of 43 to 15. During his tenure, Morningside scored over 50 points 13 times and over 60 points eight times. Under his direction, the Mustang offense either broke or tied more than 35 school records. After the 2009 season, Gehring was named the American Football Coaches Association's (AFCA) NAIA Assistant Coach of the Year.
Prior to coming to Midland University, Gehring spent two years as quarterback coach and passing game coordinator with the three-time NCAA Division III national champion Wisconsin-Whitewater Warhawks. While at the University of Wisconsin -Whitewater, Gehring implemented one of the most explosive and efficient passing attacks in the country, averaging over 40 passes per game and completing the ball with nearly 70 percent efficiency. In his first season, he helped the Warhawks to a perfect 15-0 season and national title.
Gehring has also served as defensive coordinator at Concordia University- Chicago (NCAA III) and has coaching experience at several NCAA Division I programs.
Gehring is a graduate of Ottawa University in Kan., and holds a master's in sports administration from Ball State University. He brings his wife, Jennifer, and their daughter to the Midland community. The couple is expecting their second child in February.
Eric Inama begins his second season as an assistant coach for the Warriors. Inama was a member of the Dana College football staff and prior to that served as outside linebackers coach and video coordinator at the University of Sioux Falls. At Sioux Falls, the Cougars won three GPAC titles and two NAIA National Championships.
Prior to coaching at USF Inama worked at Kings College in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, as an assistant coach working with the secondary. Inama was a three-time letter winner at Delaware Valley College and graduated in 2005 with a degree in Business Administration. Inama also has a MBA from the University of Sioux Falls. He and his wife Kaylene reside in Elkhorn.
Todd Drury enters his first season as assistant coach for the Warriors in 2012, serving as Midland University's linebackers coach. He comes to Midland after spending 2009 - 2011 as an assistant at Evangel University. While at Evangel, he held a variety of positions, including special teams coordinator, wide receivers coach, assistant linebackers coach, and assistant strength and conditioning coach.
Drury was a four year letterman, three year starter and team captain while playing at Evangel University. He graduated from Evangel in 2009 with a degree in Social Science. Drury also received a master's in Secondary Education from Evangel in 2011.
Shawn Daniel enters his first season as assistant coach at Midland University in 2012. Daniel will serve on Gehring's staff as Midland University's offensive line coach. He comes to Midland after working as the offensive line coach and run game coordinator at Southwestern Assemblies of God University. In three of his four seasons at Southwester, Daniel's offensive line ranked number one in the conference in sacks against. While there he also coached a two-time first team offensive lineman and nine all-conference offensive linemen. In Daniel's four years as run game coordinator, Southwestern rushed for 5,345 yards, averaging 137 yards per game and 4.2 yards per carry.
Prior to coaching at Southwester, Daniels served as offensive line coach at Trinity Bible College. He earned a degree in Biblical Studies from Trinity Bible College in 2002. He also holds a master's in Bible and Theology from Southwestern.
Andrew Glause is in his first season on Midland University's coaching staff, where he will serve as a graduate assistant coaching the outside linebackers.
Glause is a 2011 Midland University graduate, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education. He also was a History major and earned 7-12 Social Science Teaching and Coaching endorsements. Glause finished his undergraduate studies as a Warrior Scholar-Athlete. He earned four letters as a defensive back for the Warriors from 2007-2010 where he totaled 96.5 career tackles. While attending Midland University he spent one year as a varsity assistant wrestling coach at Archbishop Bergan Catholic School.
Glause is originally from Palmer, Nebraska.
Kyle Buresh enters his first season as a Graduate Assistant football coach. He will be coaching the running backs.
Buresh served as an intern at Franklin College coaching the linebackers during spring football in 2011. He played defensive back for Franklin from 2007-2010. Buresh was a three-time letter winner and an HCAC Academic All-Conference player from 2008-2010. He was a member of the most successful four years in Franklin College football history, a span that saw Franklin win the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference and made it to the playoffs three out of four years. During the summers in 2008-2010, Buresh coached the defensive backs at LaPorte High School, in Indiana.
Buresh graduated from Franklin College, in Indiana, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education/Social Studies. At Midland, Buresh will be working towards his Master's of Education in Leadership.
Hank Schollmeyer begins his 20th season as the coach for kickers and punters. A native of Cedar Bluffs, Neb., Schollmeyer played kicker, punter and linebacker for the Warriors from 1978-1982. Schollmeyer is fifth on the all-time Warrior charts for place kick scoring with 138 points. In addition to his kicking and punting coaching duties, Schollmeyer has coached wide receivers, tight ends, plus offensive and defensive linemen during his tenure at Midland Lutheran. Prior to his coaching career at Midland, Schollmeyer coached the quarterbacks, punters and kickers at Valley High School, in Valley, Neb., from 1983-1989. Schollmeyer runs his own insurance agency and resides in Fremont with his wife, Amy. They have six children.
Pat Cashmore is entering his first season as a Graduate Assistant Football Coach. He will be coaching the outside linebackers.
Pat is coming from Drake University, where he played running back from 2007-2011. Pat started for four years and was a Pioneer Football League Academic All-Conference player from 2008-2011. He was member of the 2011 Pioneer League Championship team that went 9-2.
Cashmore graduated from Drake University, in Iowa, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Marketing and Management. At Midland, Cashmore will work towards his Master's of Education in Leadership.
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