Forum staff reports, Published July 09 2010
Stauss named head football coach at Oak GroveFARGO - Tony Stauss has been named the head football coach at Oak Grove Lutheran School.
The school announced the decision this morning.
According to a news statement:
Stauss joined the Grover football coaching staff in 2009 as an assistant coach working with quarterbacks and defensive backs. He obtained his coaching certificate through NDSU and has assisted with many football camps in the state of North Dakota.
“I am very excited to be the head coach of the Grover football team,” Stauss said. “We are aiming on two key things for this upcoming year. Namely, as coaches, we will be setting a good example for our players in showing them what it looks like to be upstanding Christian men while also teaching them to be the best football players that they can possibly be.”
Stauss played collegiate football at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill., from 2000-2002.
In 2003, he joined the NDSU football team, where he was a 19 game starter at quarterback for the Bison. He currently holds three school records at NDSU, including 5 touchdown passes in one game, highest number of completions in a year, and highest number of completions in a career.