Goldsworthy Named to D3football.com Team of the Week NEW LONDON, Conn. -- Junior cornerback Michael Goldsworthy has been named to the D3football.com Full Story
Goldsworthy Named NEWMAC Defensive and CGASPORTS.COM Athlete of the Week Junior Michael Goldsworthy has been named Full Story
Goldsworthy Has Three INT's as Bears Blank Maine Maritime 15-0 NEW LONDON, Conn. – Junior Michael Goldsworthy had three interceptions leading Coast Guard to a 15-0 win Full Story
Secretaries' Cup Kickoff Set for Noon on Nov. 10th The Secretaries’ Cup Football Game between Coast Guard and Merchant Marine will start at noon Full Story
GAME #7 FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Bears Host Maine Maritime for Homecoming MAINE MARITIME (0-5, 0-3) AT COAST GUARD (4-2, 2-1) OCT. 13TH -- 1:30 P.M. -- NEW LONDON, CONN. Full Story
Oct 20 Sat
12:00 PM Football
Nov 03 Sat
12:00 PM Football
vs. Coast Guard
Nov 10 Sat
12:00 PM Football
at Merchant Marine
Oct 13 Sat
0 Maine Maritime
15 vs. Coast Guard
Oct 06 Sat
12 Coast Guard
26 at Springfield
Sep 29 Sat
20 Coast Guard
9 at Catholic
Sep 22 Sat
38 vs. Coast Guard
Sep 14 Fri
27 Coast Guard
20 at Nichols
Head Coach Spotlight
Bill George email@example.com 860-444-8584
Bill George, who has more wins (63) than any football coach in Coast Guard history, begins his 20th season as head coach at the United States Coast Guard Academy. George was named the 15th head football coach at the Coast Guard Academy on April 8, 1999 and set the program record for most wins as a head coach in 2013. As well as his duties as head coach, he also coaches the Bears offensive line.
George was named New England Football Conference (NEFC) Bogan Division Coach of the Year in 2007 as he led the Bears to their second consecutive NEFC Bogan Division championship as the team was a perfect 7-0 in division play for the second straight season. The team lost in the NEFC Championship Game for the second straight season and finished the season 8-2.
In 2006, the Bears tied a school-record with eight straight wins, finished the regular season 8-1 and earned a spot in the ECAC North Atlantic Bowl, the school’s first postseason bid since 1997 and finished 8-3 overall.
Prior to arriving at Coast Guard, George, spent nine years (1990-1998) as an assistant coach at Ithaca College where he assisted head coach Mike Welch in running the offense. Over the nine years, he worked with the offensive line, linebackers as well as serving as head junior varsity coach from 1990-94.
Ithaca enjoyed tremendous success during George’s nine seasons as the Bombers made six trips to the postseason play. They earned an NCAA Playoff berth four times (1990, 1991, 1992, 1994) and beat Dayton 34-20 to win the Division III National Championship in 1991. The Bombers also made it to the National Semifinals in 1994. Ithaca also made two ECAC Playoff appearances in George’s nine years and won both times. The Bombers won the Northeast Championship Game in 1996 and won the Northwest Championship Game with a 40-6 win over Hartwick in 1998, his final season.
Prior to Ithaca, George was an assistant coach at the United States Military Academy Prep School (USMAPS) for three seasons (1987-89).
The 1980 graduate of Ithaca College, began his coaching career in 1982 as an assistant coach at Ithaca before moving on to Princeton in 1984. George was then a graduate assistant at Ohio State for two seasons (1985 and 1986).
During his playing days at Ithaca, George was a four-year starter (1976-1979) at center for legendary coach Jim Butterfield. George was an All-American and co-captain of the 1979 team which won the National Championship during his senior year. He was also a two-time qualifier for the National Championships as a member of the wrestling team.
Bill and his wife Nancy and their eight-year old daughter Lila reside in Salem.