Greensboro College announces new football coaches

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Zachary Gottfried, Maurice Hart and Aaron Hill have joined the Greensboro College Football coaching staff.

An offensive assistant coach, Gottfried earned a BS degree in athletic coaching education from West Virginia University in 2010. He was an undergraduate coach at WVU under both Rich Rodriguez and Bill Stewart. The Mountaineers reached a bowl game all four years. A native of Boca Raton, Fla., Gottfried also assisted in recruiting activity.

Hart, a defensive assistant, attends North Carolina Central University. He will serve an internship with The Pride that will allow him to earn his bachelor’s degree at NCCU. Hart earned first team all conference honors while playing at the College of the Canyons (Calf.). He was a standout player at Northern Durham High School and was an East-West All Star in 2000. Hart has six years of high school coaching experience, most recently at Panther Creek High School in Cary, N.C.

Hill is a 2010 graduate of LaGrange College, an NCAA Division III institution in Georgia. He’ll be an offensive assistant for The Pride. He was a four-year member of the Panther football team and a two year starter at offensive center. An honor student, Hill was a voting member of the LaGrange College Board of Trustees. A native of Gulf Breeze, Fla., he was a volunteer assistant coach at Gulf Breeze High School last Spring.

“I’m very excited about Zach, Aaron and Maurice joining our coaching staff,” said GC Head Coach Dr. Randy Hunt. “They all have unique skills, which will translate favorably to our program.”

The Pride opens play on Sept. 4 at the 14th Gate City Soup Bowl.