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Andrew Nevit
Andrew Nevit
Title: Defensive Line
Phone: 978-232-7658
Office: Post 206A
Twitter: @Coach__Nev

Twitter: @Coach__Nev

Andrew Nevit enters his first season with the Endicott football program in 2019. Nevit will work primarily with the defensive line.

This past season (2019), Nevit played a pivotal role in Sam Opont (Bridgeport, Conn.) earning CCC Football Defensive Lineman of the Year honors,  All-Conference First Team accolades, one All-Region honor, and finalist honors for the Cliff Harris Award, which is presented to the nation's top small college defensive player.

Nevit's coaching also aided Tom Lorusso (Stony Brook, N.Y.) in receiving his first career All-Conference Second Team selection and Grayson Maddux (Park City, Utah) in claiming All-Conference First Team honors and CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team accolades.

Meanwhile, as a team, Nevit helped Endicott in achieving No. 1 conference rankings in points per game allowed (18.4), points allowed (202), interceptions (18), defensive touchdowns (2), and blocked kicks (9). The Gulls were the only team in the conference to allow less than 20.0 points per game and the only team to give up 210 points or less.

Nationally, Endicott ranked No. 2 in blocked kicks, No. 15 in blocked punts, No. 9 in interceptions, No. 65 in red zone defense, No. 42 in scoring defense, No. 41 in team passing efficiency defense (110.07), No. 21 in turnover margin (1.00), and No. 25 in turnovers gained (25).

Nevit comes to Endicott with a bevy of coaching experience at the high school and collegiate levels. Most recently, Nevit served as the recruiting coordinator and defensive line coach at Western Connecticut State University. While with the Colonials, who went 8-2 in 2018, Nevit coordinated the PAT/FG block team, assisted with film breakdown, game plan, and playbook installation, and assisted with all aspects of recruiting including his own territory of Long Island, New York.

Nevit's other coaching stops include King's College (2016-18), East Stroudsburg University (2015-16), and Bishop McGann Mercy High School (2014-15). At all three stops, Nevit worked with following positional groups defensive line, running backs, h-backs, offensive line, tight ends, in addition to his responsibilities as the co-video coordinator at King's College and the junior varsity assistant head coach/defensive coordinator at Bishop McGann Mercy. 

Nevit is a 2014 graduate of Anna Maria College where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Health Science. He went on to earn his M.S. in Health Education from East Stroudsburg in 2017.