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Jeff Monken, named Army's 37th individual head coach on Dec. 24, 2013, is set to begin his fifth season as head football coach in 2018.
Monken shows a 60-42 career record as a head coach and a 24-24 mark at Army. Monken led Army to its most successful season in over two decades, earning 10 victories, the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy championship and a victory in the 2017 Armed Forces Bowl.
Head Coach Jeff Monken
Jay Bateman is entering his fifth season as the defensive coordinator of the Army Football program in 2018.
In 2017, Bateman guided a defense that finished third in the nation in red zone defense and 14th in passing defense in the country. The defensive squad held opponents to 22 points per game and recorded a 21-0 victory at Air Force, stopping the Falcons' 306-game scoring streak. It was also the first shutout against a service-academy school for the Black Knights since 1969.
Defensive Coordinator Jay Bateman
Brent Davis begins his fifth season with the Army Football program in 2018 as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.
In 2017 under Davis' guidance, the Black Knights won the NCAA rushing title, averaging 362.3 yards per game and scored 50 rushing touchdowns to finish second in the nation and set a new program record. The Black Knights also led the country in total rushing yards with 4,710 on the year. Davis was honored as a nominee for the Broyles Award, which is given to the top assistant coach in the country.
Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Brent Davis
Josh Christian-Young is in his first season as an assistant coach working with the defensive backs for the Army West Point football team.
Christian-Young tutored the cornerbacks in 2017 and helped the defense rank 14th in the nation in pass defense. Cornerbacks Elijah Riley and Jaylon McClinton each had an interception on the season, while McClinton tallied 44 total tackles and Riley, who missed a portion of the season ended with 20 stops. He also coached Mike Reynolds and Cam Jones who saw significant time in 2017 and rookie Javhari Bourdeau, who finished with 12 tackles and a forced fumble.
Assistant Football Coach/Cornerbacks Josh Christian-Young
Kevin Corless is in his fourth season with the Army Football program as the inside linebackers coach.
In 2017, mentored Cole Christiansen and James Nachtigal into starting roles after replacing Jeremy Timpf and Andrew King. Nachtigal finished with a team and career high 103 tackles, while Christiansen made 84 stops and recorded an interception.
Assistant Football Coach/Inside Linebackers Kevin Corless
Daryl Dixon returns to the Army football staff for his third season as the outside linebackers coach.
In 2017, Dixon guided outside linebackers Alex Aukerman and Kenneth Brinson. Aukerman finished with 70 tackles for third on the team and had the most tackles for loss and sacks on the team with 15.5 and 7.5, respectively. The pair combined with three fumble recoveries and two force fumbles. Aukerman also had a key interception in the Armed Forces Bowl, which allowed Army to complete its comeback over San Diego State.
Assistant Football Coach/Outside Linebackers Daryl Dixon
John Loose is in his second stint with the Army Football program and 13th season overall at West Point heading into the 2018 season.
Loose helped guide a secondary that ranked 14th in the nation against the pass in 2017. He coached James Gibson into a starting role at safety, while Rhyan England was back for his senior season. Gibson was instrumental in Army's success with 45 total stops, including a game-saving stop against Eastern Michigan on a two-point conversion, which sealed the Black Knights' victory over the Eagles. England missed a few games due to injury, but had 33 tackles and one fumble recovery. Max Regan saw significant time with England injury and made 33 stops, along with a team-leading two interceptions and a fumble recovery. He returned one of the interceptions for a touchdown in the 49-12 victory over Rice.
Assistant Football Coach/Safeties John Loose
Sean Saturnio is in his fifth season as a member of the Army football coaching staff and enters his third year as special teams coordinator in 2018.
Last year, he mentored punter Nick Schrage into a weapon for field position as he was named a nominee for the Ray Guy Award as the nation's top punter. Schrage improved his average by over seven yards per kick and had six boots of over 50 yards after just one in 2016.
Assistant Football Coach/Special Teams Coordinator Sean Saturnio
One of the foremost offensive line coaches in the nation, Todd Spencer rejoined the Army West Point staff prior to spring practice in 2016. Working with option offenses for the majority of his career, Spencer brings more than three decades of experience to the Black Knights' program.
In 2017, Spencer helped an offensive line that blocked for the nation's leading rushing attack with 362.3 yards per game and recorded 50 rushing touchdowns, which was an academy record and ranked second in the nation. Behind the offensive line, Army ran for 4,710 total yards in 2017. Spencer mentored Brett Toth who was a participant in the Reese's Senior Bowl and the East-West Shrine Game following the 2017 season. Toth was also a member of the Associated Press All-Bowl Team, while linemate Bryce Holland was awarded with a spot on ESPN's All-Bowl Team as well.
Assistant Football Coach/Offensive Line Todd Spencer
Former fullback Mike Viti, a 2008 West Point graduate, is starting his third season as an assistant coach with the Army football program.
Last season, Viti mentored four different fullbacks that saw significant time on the field. Darnell Woolfolk ran for 812 yards in 10 games and tied for the team lead in touchdowns with 14. Woolfolk was a workhorse for the Black Knights with touchdowns in 9-of-10 games in 2017. Andy Davidson returned for his third season and ran for 627 yards, including zero negative yardage plays. Calen Holt and Connor Slomka also saw action in the backfield as Holt had 214 yards and a touchdown, while Slomka finished with four touchdowns and 216 yards.
Assistant Football Coach/Fullbacks Mike Viti
Mitch Ware is in his third season as a member of the Army football program where he is responsible for the quarterbacks.
Last year, Ware saw quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw break the single-season service-academy rushing record with 1,746 yards in 2017. The yardage was high enough for fifth in the country at the end of the year. Bradshaw finished sixth in the nation with 134.3 rushing yards per contest. He averaged an impressive 7.21 yards per carry, which was also in the top 10 nationally at eighth spot.
Assistant Football Coach/Quarterbacks Mitch Ware
Tucker Waugh is in his 15th season as a member of the Army Football coaching staff. After serving as wide receivers coach in 2014, Waugh returns to coach the slotbacks for the second season.
Waugh coached at Army from 2000-04, departed for Stanford and returned to West Point after coaching the wide receivers in California.
Assistant Football Coach/Running Backs Tucker Waugh
Chad Wilt enters his second season with the Black Knights as the defensive line coach.
In his first season at Army, Wilt tutored John Voit to six tackles for loss along with three sacks and 26 total tackles. As a unit, the defensive line helped Army allowed only 3.9 yards per rush and ranked 18th in the nation in rushing defense at 121 yards per game allowed.
Assistant Football Coach/Defensive Line Chad Wilt
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