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Holy Cross Football Names DiMichele Assistant Coach

Thursday, February 23, 2017

 

Anthony DiMichele

The Holy Cross football program has named Anthony DiMichele to its coaching staff on the defensive side of the ball, announced head coach Tom Gilmore. 

Anthony DiMichele 

DiMichele joins the Crusaders after serving as the secondary coach at the University of New Haven for the last two years. He helped lead the Chargers to a 13-5 record in Northeast-10 Conference play during that time, with the team finishing second in the league in 2015 and third in 2016. Prior to his time at New Haven, DiMichele was an assistant coach at Sto-Rox High School in McKees Rocks, Pa., for three seasons.

DiMichele is a 2011 graduate of Holy Cross, and was a three-year starter and four-year letterwinner in the secondary for the Crusaders. A two-time All-Patriot League selection, he also earned third team All-America honors from the Sports Network in 2009. DiMichele finished his career with 237 total tackles, nine tackles for loss, four interceptions and 20 pass breakups.

Following his graduation, DiMichele spent one season playing overseas for the Seamen Milano in Italy. He also earned a master’s degree in sport management from New Haven in 2016.

 

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