OFFENSIVE COACHING STAFF
A fast-rising young coach who already possesses significant collegiate experience, Bob Jones joins the University of Mary football staff for the 2017 season as the Marauders offensive coordinator.
Jones spent two seasons as a graduate assistant coach at Springfield College in Massachusetts, coaching the offensive line in 2015 and the half backs in 2016 while contributing to all aspects of game planning. He was also the recruiting coordinator during his two seasons with the Pride.
A 2014 graduate of Washington and Lee University in Virginia with a bachelor’s degree in Business and Journalism, Jones spent the 2014 season as the recruiting assistant for Rutgers football in Piscataway, NJ, where he was responsible for scouting and evaluating prospective student-athletes.
Jones is a native of Lynchburg, VA, and is working on a Master’s degree from Springfield in Athletic Administration.
Assistant Coach / Slotbacks
Jake Adams joins the University of Mary coaching staff for the 2017 season coaching the slot backs.
Adams started his coaching experience at his alma mater, William Penn University, where he coached the cornerbacks in the 2015 season and slot backs in 2016 season.
Adams played many positions on offense before starting his coaching career as a graduate assistant at William Penn University. He was a three time all-conference selection on the offensive line and helped the Statesmen earn their first playoff berth in 35 years.
Jake graduated from William Penn University in 2015 with a degree in Psychology and a minor in physical education.
Jake is currently working on his master’s degree from William Penn University in Business Leadership
Graduate Assistant Coach / Offensive Line
Former NCAA FCS coach and player Quinn Perry joined the University of Mary a defensive line coach in July 2015.
“We’re excited to bring Quinn Perry aboard,” said Marauders head coach Josh Kotelnicki. “An energetic and enthusiastic young coach, Quinn fits well with our staff and I look forward to watching him work with our players.”
A native of Hayward, Calif., Perry joins U-Mary after coaching defensive backs at Montana Western University during the 2014 season. He began his coaching career as a volunteer at Southeast Missouri State University, his alma mater, working with the defensive line and cornerbacks.
Perry played defensive tackle for the NCAA FCS Redhawks in 2011-12 and received school scholar-athlete honors while earning a Human Environmental Studies – Family Studies bachelor’s degree at Southeast Missouri State in 2013
After graduating from Hayward High School in 2009, Perry attended Laney Community College and garnered All-Northern California Conference honors.
Graduate Assistant Coach / Wide Receivers
A native of Springfield, Missouri, Connor Menown enters his second season as a graduate assistant at the University of Mary and will be working with the offensive line. After finishing up his playing career at William Penn University, Menown joined the Marauders football staff in June 2016 as the wide receivers coach. In the 2016 season, Menown coached 3 receivers that averaged over 15 yards a catch.
Menown was a 2015 Daktronics-NAIA Football Scholar-Athlete his senior season at William Penn University. Menown was a two-year letter winner on the offensive line for the Statesmen. Twice he earned conference all-academic recognition: the Mid-States Football Association (2014) and the Heart of America Athletic Conference (2015). Menown was also a member of the 2012 Mid-States Football Association Conference Champion team. Following commencement, Menown was selected to the 2016 National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society. Menown is a 2016 cum laude graduate from William Penn University with a degree in physical education and a coaching endorsement. Shortly after graduation, he had the opportunity to serve as a guest coach at the Charlie Strong Texas Longhorns Football Camps in Austin, Texas.
Menown is currently pursuing his master’s degree in physical education and athletic administration from the University of Mary.