Craig Bohl, University of Wyoming
AFCA: Named to Board of Trustees in 2012.
Current Coaching Position: In his 11th year as head coach at North Dakota State University ... Has a 10-year record of 89-32 at North Dakota State ... Led North Dakota State to a 14-1 record and the program's second straight Missouri Valley Football Conference (MVFC) and NCAA FCS National Championship in 2012 ... Guided the Bison to a 14-1 record, and the program's first MVFC and NCAA FCS National Championship in 2011 ... Earned FieldTurf FCS Coach of the Year, MVFC Coach of the Year and AFCA FCS Region 4 Coach of the Year honors in 2011 ... Led NDSU to its first-ever appearance in the NCAA FCS playoffs in 2010, making an appearance in the quarterfinals and finishing the year with a 9-5 record ... Guided the Bison to back-to-back 10-1 seasons in 2006 and 2007, winning the Great West Football Conference title in 2006 and earning GWFC Coach of the Year honors ... NDSU is 16-8 against nationally ranked FCS teams, 6-1 in the FCS playoffs and has a 5-3 record against Football Bowl Subdivision teams during the past six years.
Previous Experience: Nebraska defensive coordinator-linebackers coach, 2000-02 ... Nebraska linebackers coach, 1995-99 ... Duke defensive coordinator-linebackers coach, 1994 ... Rice defensive coordinator, 1989-93 ... Wisconsin linebackers coach, 1987-88 ... Tulsa linebackers coach, 1985-86 ... North Dakota State defensive backs coach, 1984 ... Nebraska graduate assistant-linebackers-defensive backs, 1981-83.
Personal: Bachelor's Degree from the University of Nebraska, 1982 ... Wife: Leia ... Children: Mallory, Morgan and Aaron.
Craig Bohl Year-by-Year
|2003||North Dakota State
|2004||North Dakota State||8-3
|2005||North Dakota State||7-4
|2006||North Dakota State*||10-1
|2007||North Dakota State||10-1
|2008||North Dakota State||6-5
|2009||North Dakota State||3-8|
|2010||North Dakota State||9-5||NCAA FCS Quarterfinals
|2011||North Dakota State%||14-1||NCAA FCS National Champions
|2012||North Dakota State%||14-1||NCAA FCS National Champions
*-Great West Football Conference champions
%-Missouri Valley Football Conference champions