Tad Beuchert enters his first year as an assistant coach with the Endicott Football program in 2018 and will work with both the kickers and punters.
In his first season coaching both the kickers and punters, Beuchert guided kicker Nick DiCairano
to All-Conference and All-Region honors. DiCairano led all conference placekickers in field goals made (12), field goals attempted (13), field goal percentage (92%, min. seven attempts), longest field goal made (45 yards), and points (80). He also ranked second in PATs made (44) and PATs attempted (46), and fifth in PAT percentage (96%).
Meanwhile, his 80 points scored on the season finished second among all positions in the conference. He was only one of two student-athletes in the league to register 80 or more points.
Nationally, DiCairano finished his year ranked second overall in field goal percentage, No. 17 in field goals made per game (1.09), No. 63 in total points scored, and No. 95 in scoring (as of 11/20/18).
As a 2014 graduate of Assumption College with a Bachelor’s in Psychology, Beuchert was a four-year student-athlete and placekicker for the Greyhounds’ football program. He also earned numerous accolades including an USA College Football All-American award and a BSN Division II All-American award in 2013, as well as three NE10 All-Conference selections.
After his playing career, Beuchert went on to kick professionally for the Colorado Crush in the IFL. He currently is a personal trainer, strength & conditioning coach, and kicking coach out of EPiK Fitness located in Danvers, Mass.