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Chris Monfiletto

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Head Football Coach

Phone: (740) ***-****  
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Local Address:  Ohio , United States
Kenyon College
101 Chase Avenue
Gambier , Ohio 43022
United States

Company Description: Kenyon College is one of many sites around the state receiving Historical Markers from the Ohio Bicentennial Commission, the Longaberger Company and the Ohio...   more

Employment History


  • bachelor's degree , History
  • master's degree , Athletic Administration
    Ohio University's College of Business
  • master's degree , athletic administration
    Ohio University
  • master’s degree , athletic administration
    Ohio University
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Lycoming College named ..., 7 July 2011 [cached]
Lycoming College named Chris Monfiletto its acting director of athletics on Thursday, effective immediately.
Monfiletto, who will also continue as Lycoming football's offensive coordinator, was chosen from a pool of 5 finalists, the school said. He replaces Scott Kennell, who left earlier this summer after 3 years for the athletic director's spot at Penn College.
A permanent replacement is expected before the end of the upominh academic year. Monfiletto and the athletic department work under Sue Gaylor, Lycoming's Vice President for Administration and Planning.
"I am very excited and I would like to thank President Dr. James Douthat and Dr. Gaylor for this opportunity," Monfiletto said in a statement.
Monfiletto, who completed a master's degree in athletic administration from Ohio University in June, has served in a variety of roles at different institutions, including working in admissions and financial aid, as a guidance counselor, a history teacher and a residence life director. He has also served as a head and assistant football coach as well as a recruiting coordinator.
"I am delighted that Chris Monfiletto has agreed to step into the Acting Director of Athletics position," said Douthat in a statement. "He has the experience, confidence and skills to do a great job for the athletic department and for our student-athletes. Chris has held impressive leadership roles at several colleges and preparatory schools and is well prepared to take on the responsibilities of the athletic director.
Monfiletto came to Lycoming as the football team's passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach in 2010. He immediately helped the team's offense average nearly 1.3 more yards per play than in 2009 and earned a promotion to offensive coordinator at the end of the season.
Along the way, Monfiletto helped mentor first-year quarterback Zach Klinger while the Warriors cut their turnovers in half and scored 3.9 more points per game.
Monfiletto also coached All-MAC first team selection Ryan Wagaman at wide receiver while helping the team finish above .500 for the second time in three years.
"I have had the great fortune of knowing Chris for 11 years, first as a student-athlete and then as a friend and a co-worker," Lycoming head football Mike Clark said.
"Chris is an outstanding choice to be our director of athletics. He is intelligent and energetic. I look forward to working with him to help him fulfill his goals for the entire athletic department."
Before Lycoming, Monfiletto was an assistant football coach and history teacher at his high school alma mater, The Hun School in 2004-05, a running backs coach and recruiting coordinator at his undergraduate alma mater Davidson (N.C.) from 2005-07, and then a high school head coach, assistant director of admissions and financial aid, and a guidance counselor at Western Reserve Academy (Ohio) from 2008-10.
He led his team to a 6-3 record in 2008 while installing a West Coast offense. He then maintained a $3.6 million financial aid budget at Western Reserve.
BREAKING: Monfiletto named ..., 29 Dec 2011 [cached]
BREAKING: Monfiletto named Kenyon football coach
GAMBIER, Ohio (December 29, 2011) Chris Monfiletto, the former offensive coordinator at Lycoming College, was hired as head coach of the Kenyon College football program. The announcement was made Thursday by Kenyon's Director of Athletics Peter Smith, who stated Monfiletto possesses the necessary motivation and acumen to turn around a program that has struggled in recent seasons.
"We welcome Chris Monfiletto as Kenyon's head football coach and we're excited about him bringing a new direction for the program," Smith said. "He certainly has the ability to re-energize the team, to recruit quality student-athletes, and to fulfill our goal of sustaining a competitive presence in the North Coast Athletic Conference."
"Kenyon's academic reputation combined with its commitment to the athletics department provides an unbelievable foundation to build a winning football program that the faculty, students, and alums can be proud of," Monfiletto said. "I am humbled by the opportunity to work at such a highly-regarded institution, and I want to thank President Nugent, Dr. Hank Toutain, Peter Smith, as well as Doug Zipp and the rest of the search committee for having the confidence in me to lead the football program. For the past two seasons, Monfiletto helped direct a Lycoming offense that averaged approximately 360 yards and 28 points per game. Lycoming had a 6-4 record in Monfiletto's first season and an 8-2 record last season. That 2011 campaign also saw the Lycoming offense finish second in the Middle Atlantic Conference in rushing yards per game, set a school record for total yards in one game, and gain national ranks of second in turnovers lost and fourth in turnover margin.
In addition to his football coaching duties, Monfiletto also served as Lycoming's acting director of athletics. Appointed in July and responsible for the overall management of the department's 17 varsity sports, Monfiletto constructed a mission statement, implemented a student-athlete survey, created the position of academic coordinator, and improved avenues for communication within his own department, as well as with other campus departments.
Prior to his time at Lycoming, Monfiletto built his wealth of experiences in a variety of roles at several institutions. For two years, he was the head football coach at Western Reserve Academy in Hudson, Ohio. He also worked in Western Reserve's admissions and financial aid department, as well as served as a college guidance counselor.
Before joining Western Reserve in 2008, Monfiletto spent three years as a running backs coach and recruiting coordinator at Davidson College. The Wildcats had two winning seasons during that time and Monfiletto tutored two of the top-ten rushers in the college's history.
In 2004-05, he served as the special teams coordinator and wide receivers/defensive backs coach at his high school alma mater, the Hun School of Princeton, leading the team to the New Jersey prep A state title. While at Hun, Monfiletto also served as a history teacher and residence life director.
Born in Newark, New Jersey, and raised in Solebury, Pennsylvania, Monfiletto earned a combined ten letters in football, baseball, and basketball at Hun. He went on to play collegiate football at Davidson, where he graduated in 2004 with a bachelor's degree in History. This past summer he earned a master's degree in Athletic Administration from Ohio University's College of Business.
Now at Kenyon, Monfiletto takes over a program that was previously guided by Ted Stanley, who resigned after nine seasons and a combined 20-70 record.
"We need to change the culture of the football program," Monfiletto said.
Western Reserve Academy - Contact Us - Administration, 6 June 2010 [cached]
Chris Monfiletto College Advisor
"It was nice to finally put ..., 9 Oct 2009 [cached]
"It was nice to finally put everything together and get a win," WRA second-year head coach Chris Monfiletto said.
Western Reserve Academy - News & Events - WRA football club wins fourth straight, 11 Nov 2008 [cached]
"It was a great way to send the seniors out and keep the momentum going for next year," WRA first-year head coach Chris Monfiletto said.
"Dillon had an unbelievable game," Monfiletto said.
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