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Jimmye Laycock

 

Head Coach

Few schools feature a better match at the helm of its program than the College of William and Mary has with Jimmye Laycock. In a tenure that now stretches into its fourth decade, Laycock has worked hand-in-hand with the College's world-class academic tradition to fashion a program that is a point of pride for the campus, alumni and community.

On June 21, 2008, the College dedicated the $11 million Jimmye Laycock Football Center with a ceremony that featured more than 500 friends and alumni of the program. While the building carries his name and stands as a strong symbol of what Laycock has meant to the Tribe, it makes a stronger statement about the school's commitment to football and the program's proud tradition. The state-of-the-art center provides the College with one of the finest facilities in the Football Championship Subdivision and, paired with Laycock's steady leadership, gives the Tribe the necessary resources to compete at the highest level.

As the architect of what is easily the most extended run of success in William and Mary's 117-year football history, Laycock has never compromised academic standards for athletic success, as his program earned recognition from the NCAA in each of the first seven seasons the organization has awarded outstanding academic achievement. When Laycock, a 1970 grad, returned to coach his alma mater prior to the 1980 season, he inherited a program that had won six or more games in a season just four times in the previous 25 years. Few could have predicted that the College would produce four times that amount of seven-win seasons over the next 30-plus seasons.

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Football Staff

 

Assistant Coaches

Trevor Andrews: Associate Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator, Linebackers Coach

Kevin Rogers: Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks Coach

Bob Solderitch: Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Line Coach Kevin Lewis: Defensive Line Coach

Winston October: Wide Receivers Coach

Trey Henderson: Recruiting Coordinator, Defensive Backs Coach

DJ Mangas: Running Backs Coach

Mario Acitelli: Tight Ends/Fullbacks Coach

Marvin Clecidor: Cornerbacks Coach

Bo Revell: Linebackers Coach

John Sauer: Director of Speed, Strength and Conditioning

Bill Cole: Director of Football Operations

Zach Orth: Assistant Director of Football Operations

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