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IPFW

2101 East Coliseum Blvd

Fort Wayne, Indiana, 46805

United States

Company Description

The Mastodon Athletic Scholarship Fund is the primary means through which we raise funds for IPFW's Athletic Department. Becoming a member of the Mastodon Athletic Scholarship Fund directly helps over 200 IPFW student-athletes achieve their goals of excelling ...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Basketball Coach

Colgate University


Assistant Basketball Coach

Stetson University


Assistant

Emory & Henry College


Head Coach

Mastodons


Affiliations

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Head Coach


Education

Washington & Lee University


bachelor's degree

economics and geology


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Fort Wayne Mastodons Athletics - Staff Directory

Jon Coffman
Fort Wayne Mastodons Athletics - Staff Directory Jon Coffman Jon Coffman Jon Coffman Head Coach Phone: (260) 481-6889 Jon Coffman is entering his sixth season at Fort Wayne, and third as head coach of the Mastodons in 2016-17. Coffman has taken the Mastodons to the postseason in each of his first two seasons as head coach. In his first season as head coach, Coffman led the Mastodons to the program’s second straight postseason basketball appearance, advancing to the CollegeInsider.com post-season tournament before falling to eventual tournament champion Evansville. His team went 16-15 during the season, earning the fourth seed for the 2015 Summit League Tournament. Coffman spent the previous three seasons as an assistant coach with the Mastodons. Prior to Colgate, Coffman spent eight seasons on the staff at Stetson University, where he was an assistant under Derek Waugh. Coffman, a high school classmate of Waugh, joined the Stetson staff in 2001 after Waugh was named the youngest Division I coach in the country. Coffman’s duties at Stetson included working with the guards, opponent scouting, fund raising, coordinating camps, scheduling and coordinating recruiting. Coffman acted as the recruiting coordinator during his last 5 years at Stetson, and during this period, the Hatters won 33 of their last 44 home games (.750), had their highest conference finish in program history, and set three school records for wins in the Division I era (overall, road and home winning streaks). While a member of the Stetson University coaching staff, Stetson signed three A-Sun All-Freshman team members, six All-Conference selections, the leading scoring duo in Stetson history (EJ Gordon & Anthony Register), three players that rank in the top 10 all-time scorers in school history (EJ Gordon-1691/Garfield Blair-1583/Anthony Register-1414), 15 All-State players in Florida, Georgia and Alabama, a junior college All-American, the 2009 conference Defensive Player of the Year, the 2003 NCAA steals leader and eight players that have gone on to play professionally. Before leaving Stetson in the summer of 2009, Coffman helped to recruit and lay the groundwork for Stetson to secure the top 2009 & 2010 recruiting classes in the Atlantic Sun Conference according to ESPN.com. Coffman’s tenure also included an upset over the University of Georgia in 2004, which marked the Hatters’ first win over an SEC opponent in 21 years. In addition, the 2005-2006 campaign marked one of the greatest single-season turnarounds in NCAA history. While faltering during Stetson’s pre-conference season and at one point owning the nations longest losing streak, the Hatters rebounded to win 12 of their last 14 games and actually held the nation’s longest winning streak during February. At Stetson, Coffman started one of the largest team camps in the state of Florida. In addition, he helped to facilitate the largest Elite Camp in the state, which played a significant role in upgrading Stetson’s recruiting efforts in Florida. Prior to Stetson, Coffman coached under John Kresse at the College of Charleston in 2000-01. While on staff, the Cougars recorded a 22-7 record and the Southern Conference regular season title and a 13-0 record at home. During the 2000-01 season, the Cougars were ranked the top mid-major team in the country for a large part of the year and rose as high as 33rd in the country in the AP Poll. Coffman began his coaching career in 1997 at Emory & Henry College in Emory, Va. as the top assistant under coach Bob Johnson. While at Emory & Henry, Coffman helped to recruit Justin Call, who earned the Jostens Trophy (Division III National Player of the Year Award) while playing for the Wasps. Coffman graduated from Washington & Lee University in 1996, earning a bachelor’s degree in both economics and geology. He was also a three-year starter for the Generals basketball team and captain of the 1995-96 squad. He still holds three school records, including the mark for most three-pointers in a game (7) and free throws made in a game (18). After graduation, Coffman worked in finance for two years in San Francisco, Calif. before joining the coaching ranks in 1997. He and his wife, Tracy, have a eight-year old son, Thomas, and five-year old daughter Lucy and reside in Fort Wayne.


Fort Wayne Mastodons Athletics - Staff Directory

Jon Coffman
Jon Coffman Jon Coffman Head Coach Phone: (260) 481-6889 Jon Coffman is entering his sixth season at Fort Wayne, and third as head coach of the Mastodons in 2016-17. Coffman has taken the Mastodons to the postseason in each of his first two seasons as head coach. In his first season as head coach, Coffman led the Mastodons to the program’s second straight postseason basketball appearance, advancing to the CollegeInsider.com post-season tournament before falling to eventual tournament champion Evansville. His team went 16-15 during the season, earning the fourth seed for the 2015 Summit League Tournament. Coffman spent the previous three seasons as an assistant coach with the Mastodons. Prior to Colgate, Coffman spent eight seasons on the staff at Stetson University, where he was an assistant under Derek Waugh. Coffman, a high school classmate of Waugh, joined the Stetson staff in 2001 after Waugh was named the youngest Division I coach in the country. Coffman’s duties at Stetson included working with the guards, opponent scouting, fund raising, coordinating camps, scheduling and coordinating recruiting. Coffman acted as the recruiting coordinator during his last 5 years at Stetson, and during this period, the Hatters won 33 of their last 44 home games (.750), had their highest conference finish in program history, and set three school records for wins in the Division I era (overall, road and home winning streaks). While a member of the Stetson University coaching staff, Stetson signed three A-Sun All-Freshman team members, six All-Conference selections, the leading scoring duo in Stetson history (EJ Gordon & Anthony Register), three players that rank in the top 10 all-time scorers in school history (EJ Gordon-1691/Garfield Blair-1583/Anthony Register-1414), 15 All-State players in Florida, Georgia and Alabama, a junior college All-American, the 2009 conference Defensive Player of the Year, the 2003 NCAA steals leader and eight players that have gone on to play professionally. Before leaving Stetson in the summer of 2009, Coffman helped to recruit and lay the groundwork for Stetson to secure the top 2009 & 2010 recruiting classes in the Atlantic Sun Conference according to ESPN.com. Coffman’s tenure also included an upset over the University of Georgia in 2004, which marked the Hatters’ first win over an SEC opponent in 21 years. In addition, the 2005-2006 campaign marked one of the greatest single-season turnarounds in NCAA history. While faltering during Stetson’s pre-conference season and at one point owning the nations longest losing streak, the Hatters rebounded to win 12 of their last 14 games and actually held the nation’s longest winning streak during February. At Stetson, Coffman started one of the largest team camps in the state of Florida. In addition, he helped to facilitate the largest Elite Camp in the state, which played a significant role in upgrading Stetson’s recruiting efforts in Florida. Prior to Stetson, Coffman coached under John Kresse at the College of Charleston in 2000-01. While on staff, the Cougars recorded a 22-7 record and the Southern Conference regular season title and a 13-0 record at home. During the 2000-01 season, the Cougars were ranked the top mid-major team in the country for a large part of the year and rose as high as 33rd in the country in the AP Poll. Coffman began his coaching career in 1997 at Emory & Henry College in Emory, Va. as the top assistant under coach Bob Johnson. While at Emory & Henry, Coffman helped to recruit Justin Call, who earned the Jostens Trophy (Division III National Player of the Year Award) while playing for the Wasps. Coffman graduated from Washington & Lee University in 1996, earning a bachelor’s degree in both economics and geology. He was also a three-year starter for the Generals basketball team and captain of the 1995-96 squad. He still holds three school records, including the mark for most three-pointers in a game (7) and free throws made in a game (18). After graduation, Coffman worked in finance for two years in San Francisco, Calif. before joining the coaching ranks in 1997. He and his wife, Tracy, have a eight-year old son, Thomas, and five-year old daughter Lucy and reside in Fort Wayne.


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Jon Coffman
Assistant Coach coffmanj@ipfw.edu 481-6889


Men's Basketball Team Makes IPFW History | The Communicator

"I am excited to be a part of bringing Indiana to Fort Wayne!"said IPFW men's basketball coach Jonathon Coffman.
"If you look across the national college basketball scene, you will recognize how infrequent Power Five teams visit mid-major campuses for road games," Coffman said. Coffman said holding a home game "will showcase IPFW, Fort Wayne and our program in so many positive ways." Coffman is optimistic about his team's performance and excited to see where this season will lead. "If we can focus on making each other better on a daily basis, I think that we can be a very competitive team in our league this season," Coffman said. "They have done this to perfection since April of last year and I am excited about working with this group this season!" Last season the team won IPFW's first basketball Summit League Regular Season Championship. "I believe that they have an opportunity to be a very good team if they focus on being better today than they were yesterday," Coffman said. "Our goal is to be very good at what we do and make others adjust to how we play versus changing our style," Coffman said. "We want to play fast and have a number of different players that can score the basketball." According to Coffman, they strive to work together and ensure every player is involved. The team consists of 15 players with an even distribution of freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors. Coffman said that while the Mastodons will miss their graduated senior athletes, the team is ready to welcome in its new players.


http://www.ipfwcommunicator.org/mens-basketball-team-makes-ipfw-history/

"I am excited to be a part of bringing Indiana to Fort Wayne!"said IPFW men's basketball coach Jonathon Coffman.
"If you look across the national college basketball scene, you will recognize how infrequent Power Five teams visit mid-major campuses for road games," Coffman said. Coffman said holding a home game "will showcase IPFW, Fort Wayne and our program in so many positive ways." Coffman is optimistic about his team's performance and excited to see where this season will lead. "If we can focus on making each other better on a daily basis, I think that we can be a very competitive team in our league this season," Coffman said. "They have done this to perfection since April of last year and I am excited about working with this group this season!" Last season the team won IPFW's first basketball Summit League Regular Season Championship. "I believe that they have an opportunity to be a very good team if they focus on being better today than they were yesterday," Coffman said. "Our goal is to be very good at what we do and make others adjust to how we play versus changing our style," Coffman said. "We want to play fast and have a number of different players that can score the basketball." According to Coffman, they strive to work together and ensure every player is involved. The team consists of 15 players with an even distribution of freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors. Coffman said that while the Mastodons will miss their graduated senior athletes, the team is ready to welcome in its new players.


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