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Jimmy Terwilliger

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East Stroudsburg University

HQ Phone:  (570) 422-3211

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East Stroudsburg University

200 Prospect Street

East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania,18301

United States

Company Description

The ESU Foundation provides financial support for ESU and, in particular, its students. The Board of Directors includes 15 members who serve in support of the organization and its mission. Members of the Board of Directors are: Robert Willever '75, chairman; J...more

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East Stroudsburg University Athletics - Staff Directory

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Jimmy Terwilliger
Jimmy Terwilliger Jimmy Terwilliger Assistant Coach Phone: (570) 422-3322 E-mail:mterwilli2@esu.edu Jimmy Terwilliger, East Stroudsburg University’s record-setting quarterback and the 2005 Harlon Hill Award winner as the most outstanding player in Division II football, has been named an assistant football coach for the Warriors and will coach the defensive backs during the 2015 season. Terwilliger, previously the quarterbacks coach at Parkland High School last fall following five years as head coach at Pleasant Valley High School, joins his father Mike Terwilliger on the Warriors’ coaching staff under the direction of 42nd-year head coach Denny Douds. Jimmy Terwilliger - NCAA All-Division Records upon graduation (18)


PSAC - Athletic Reform

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Jimmy Terwilliger
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Welcome to HarlonHillTrophy.com

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Grand Valley State quarterback Curt Anes won the Hill Trophy in 2002, followed by North Alabama quarterback Will Hall in 2003, Colorado School of Mines quarterback Chad Friehauf in 2004 and East Stroudsburg's Jimmy Terwilliger in 2005.


Welcome to HarlonHillTrophy.com

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Colorado-Mines quarterback Chad Friehauf took the trophy in 2004, East Stroudsburg's Jimmy Terwilliger in 2005, Chadron State's Danny Woodhead in 2006 and 2007 and Abilene Christian's Bernard Scott in 2008.
Grand Valley State quarterback Curt Anes won the Hill Trophy in 2002, followed by North Alabama quarterback Will Hall in 2003, Colorado School of Mines quarterback Chad Friehauf in 2004 and East Stroudsburg's Jimmy Terwilliger in 2005. Grand Valley State quarterback Curt Anes won the Hill Trophy in 2002, followed by North Alabama quarterback Will Hall in 2003, Colorado School of Mines quarterback Chad Friehauf in 2004 and East Stroudsburg's Jimmy Terwilliger in 2005. Colorado-Mines quarterback Chad Friehauf took the trophy in 2004, East Stroudsburg's Jimmy Terwilliger in 2005, Chadron State's Danny Woodhead in 2006 and 2007 and Abilene Christian's Bernard Scott in 2008. Terwilliger claimed the 2005 Hill Trophy as a junior. Grand Valley State quarterback Curt Anes won the Hill Trophy in 2002, followed by North Alabama quarterback Will Hall in 2003, Colorado School of Mines quarterback Chad Friehauf in 2004 and East Stroudsburg's Jimmy Terwilliger in 2005.


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Terwilliger steps down
Jim Terwilliger was named the Pleasant Valley head football coach in 2009 and since then, Bear faithful have seen much success. He is widely regarded as the best quarterback to ever graduate from East Stroudsburg University. He was also honored by receiving the 2005 Harlon Hill Trophy, which is the equivalent of the Hesiman Trophy in the FBS. Terwilliger then spent two years as an assistant at East Stroudsburg South before taking the big step in becoming the Bears head coach. However, with the decline in students at the Brodheadsville based school, Terwilliger learned on Tuesday that he will be one of the physical education faculty members laid off at the end of this school year. With the school's move, Terwilliger has decided to step down from his position as the leader of the Bears football program. In his five-year tenure, Terwilliger never had a losing season, compiling a 33-21 overall record. He also led the Bears to the District 11 AAAA playoffs in three out of his five seasons. Before Terwilliger arrived, the Bears had not made the District 11 playoffs since 2000. The entire situation is difficult for everyone involved, but Terwilliger understands the circumstances. "I have a good understanding of what Pleasant Valley has done over the years in order to try and save teacher's jobs, it's just an unfortunate situation," said Terwilliger. "I'm one of 16 people whose life is now changed and you have to keep that into perspective. At the end of the day, this was a decision I had to make because teaching is my profession and coaching is my passion. It's hard to put everything into coaching that you want to, if you don't have something to pay the bills." Although, it was a decision that had to be made for the good of his family, Terwilliger was adamant that so far, it was the toughest decision he has to make in his life. "I think this is the toughest decision I've ever had to make," said Terwilliger. So, what is next for Terwilliger? Obviously, that is up in the air at the moment, but don't expect to see him away from the game of football for very long. "I don't think I'm qualified to do anything better than to coach football and teach them the right way to play the game," said Terwilliger.


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