Mike DiAngelo finished his sixth season as a member of the Presidents' coaching staff in 2012. DiAngelo worked with the team’s secondary for the second-straight year after coaching on the offensive side of the ball, primarily quarterback and wide receivers, during his first four seasons on campus. He is alsothe special teams coordinator.
DiAngelo helped W&J earn the school's 23rd PAC championship and 22nd NCAA playoff appearance this past fall. As special teams coordinator, he played an important role in the development of Eric Eberle '14, who became one of the region's top kickers/punters. Eberle booted 11 field goals (2nd in school history) and was a First Team All-PAC choice.
W&J led the conference in kickoff coverage with a 40.6 yard advantage per game on their opponents.
In 2011, DiAngelo helped the Presidents rank 37th in the nation in total defense (299.3 ypg).
DiAngelo coached wide receiver David Ravida '09, who finished his career as the Presidents' all-time leading receiver with 191 catches. He also helped Craig Besong '10 become an All-American during his senior year in 2009.
DiAngelo spent the 2006 season as an assistant football coach at Division II Concord University (W.Va.) where he worked primarily as the team’s quarterbacks coach. He also assisted with the special teams units.
DiAngelo was a four-year member of the Baldwin-Wallace (2002-2005) football program and a two-year starting quarterback. As a junior, the Steubenville, Ohio native threw for 1,249 yards and eight touchdowns. During his sophomore season in 2003, the Yellow Jackets earned a bid to the NCAA Division III playoffs.
DiAngelo graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sport management. He will also serve as an assistant coach for the W&J track & field team in the spring, a position he started in 2011.