Quarterbacks Coach, Receivers Coach
After a two-year stint as a graduate assistant coach, Tommy Mangino comes to Hutchinson Community College as the Blue Dragons' quarterbacks and receivers coach.
Mangino was a graduate assistant in 2008 and 2009 at the University of Kansas, coaching on the offensive side of the ball.
The Jayhawks went 13-12 in Mangino's
two seasons and the Jayhawks won the 2008 Insight Bowl.
At KU, Mangino worked with some of the Jayhawks' most gifted and successful offensive players in program history such as quarterback Todd Reising, running back Jake Sharp and receivers Kerry Meier and Dez Briscoe.
was a two-sport athlete at Washburn University
He was a back-up quarterback for the football team and excelled in baseball, becoming a two-year starter as a catcher, designated hitter and third baseman.
As a member of the Ichabod baseball team, Mangino played for head coach Steve Anson.
senior season of 2007, Mangino
posted a collegiate career high batting average of .318 with 32 runs scored, 55 total hits, three home runs and 25 RBIs.
As a catcher, Mangino threw out 20 percent of base stealers.
played in six games over two seasons for the Washburn football team.
completed 50 percent of his
passes for 50 yards in limited playing time.
Before Washburn, Mangino played baseball for two seasons at Johnson County Community College, where he played on two 30-plus victory teams.
played in 72 games, 59 as a starting catcher for the Cavaliers
batted .310 (63 for 203) with 10 doubles, two triples, six home runs, 39 RBI and 38 runs scored for his
two-year career in Overland Park.
As a sophomore in 2005, he
earned NJCAA Academic All-America honors.
Played in 37 games, 33 as the starting catcher, and hit .314 (38 for 121) with five doubles, a triple, five home runs, 25 RBI and 25 runs scored.
As a freshman in 2004, he
saw action in 35 games, 26 in a starting capacity behind the plate.
hit .305 (25 for 82), with five doubles, one triple, one home run, 14 RBI and 13 runs scored.
played both football and baseball at Lawrence High School
as a junior and senior.
was a two-time all-league baseball selection and was an All-Sunflower League Honorable Mention selection in football as a senior.
was selected to the Kansas City Metro Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game his
senior year, leading Lawrence in every offensive category.
hit .470 with 31 hits, seven doubles, a triple, five home runs 26 RBIs and 23 runs scored.
Mangino graduated from Lawrence High in 2003, Johnson County in 2005 and Washburn in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in sports management with a minor in business.
He completed his master's degree in 2010 at Kansas in Health, Sport and Exercise Science.
is married to the former Danielle Huff.
is the son of former Kansas Jayhawk