OFFENSIVE COACHING STAFF
Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach
Mark Martin, a veteran in the Northern Sun, joined the University of Mary football staff in December 2017 as the co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach after eight seasons at Northern State University as assistant head coach and offensive coordinator.
After joining the Northern State staff as offensive coordinator for the 2010 season, Martin became the Wolves Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator in 2011 and helped create a dynamic, league-leading offense. While at NSU he has coached quarterbacks, punters, receivers and running backs. Martin has coached seven first team all-conference players and created the best red zone offense in the NSIC in 2017.
Three of Martin’s offensive players earned first or second all-NSIC honors and the team tied the school game scoring record. He coached five all-conference players in 2015. In 2014, Martin led the explosive Wolves offense to one of its best in years. The NSU offense ranked at the top of the NSIC in scoring offense, passing offense, and total offense; while ranking first in red zone scoring. Jared Jacobson, a First Team All-Conference Selection quarterback, led the NSU front finishing his career third all-time in the NSIC in total career yards. Jacobson’s career was also highlighted with school records in single season passing completions (260), single season total offense (3,557), career touchdowns (71), and total career offense (10,199).
Martin spent seven seasons at Jamestown (2003-09), including six as the offensive coordinator. He coached 17 all-conference players, two conference players of the year and two All-Americans with the Jimmies. While at Jamestown, the Jimmies made to national playoff appearances (2006, 2007) and a Dakota Athletic Conference title (2007). The Jimmies led the DAC in scoring three straight years (2006-08) and was the league’s top rushing offense in 2006.
A 2001 graduate of St. Cloud State University with a degree in Social Science and Secondary Education, Martin began his collegiate coaching career as a graduate assistant (2000-03) and helped the Huskies win a conference title in 2002. He coached tight ends, offensive tackles, punters and quarterbacks, including two all-conference performers and one All-American.
Asst. Football Coach - Wide Receivers
Jordan Noskoiak joins the University of Mary coaching staff in December 2017 as wide receivers coach. He joins the Marauders after both playing for and coaching with Marauders head coach Craig Bagnell.
Noskoiak began his collegiate coaching career as the Bemidji State University wide receivers coach in 2017. The Beavers finished 8-3 overall and ranked second in the conference for passing offense in touchdowns with 28 on the season. The Beavers were also third in pass efficiency with 136.9.
Prior to joining the Bemidji State coaching staff, Noskoiak played for the Beavers from 2012 to 2015 as a wide receiver. During his career at BSU he was named to the All-NSIC Honorable Mention Team and one of his catches was featured on Sports Center's Top 10. He recorded a career total 1,095 receiving yards including 12 touchdowns.
Noskoiak graduated from Bemidji State University in 2015 after studying health and physical education.
Asst. Football Coach - Running Backs
Entering his second season on the University of Mary coaching staff, Nick Voorhees will coach the Marauders running backs in 2018 as UMary transitions to a spread offense. In the 2017 season he coached Wide Receivers in a triple option offense. Five of his players accounted for seven touchdowns catches and averaged over 16 yards per catch.
Voorhees comes from Orlando, FL, where he was the Offensive Coordinator and Wide Receivers Coach at Freedom High School. While there he coached two All-District performers and served as a Bowl Scout for the Inaugural AutoNation Cure Bowl between teams from the American Athletic Conference and the Sun Belt Conference.
Prior to his time at Freedom High, Voorhees spent four seasons as the Wide Receivers Coach at Lake Minneola High School in Minneola, FL, where he helped the program make an appearance in the Florida State Play-offs in just the school's third year of existence.
Voorhees graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2013 with a degree in Sports & Fitness with specialization in Coaching. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Physical Education and Athletic Administration at the University of Mary.