- Offensive Coordinator, Men's Football
Greg Forest will be in his first season as the Wilmington College offensive coordinator after two seasons at Division III Buffalo State, where he was the team's offensive coordinator in 2012.
The BSU Bengals averaged 23.5 points per game and was second in the Empire 8 in rushing with 270.9 yards per game.
Forest, a 1992 graduate of Ohio Northern, worked under current Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly at Central Michigan and Cincinnati before joining the staff at Buffalo. He spent one season as the Bulls’ offensive coordinator.
He was instrumental, as UC’s quarterbacks coach, in one of Cincinnati’s BIG EAST title runs as due to injuries the Bearcats were forced to use five different quarterbacks in their unbeaten season. He also oversaw the growth and development of two-time BIG EAST quarterback and former Carolina Panther Tony Pike. The 6-6 Pike threw for 2,520 yards and 29 touchdowns as the Bearcats scored a school record 502 points en route to their second straight BIG EAST championship.