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Aggie Coaches Enjoying Gridiron Success

Posted Saturday, June 14, 2008 by Staff
BREAKING NEWS: Aggie Assistant Football Coach Phillip Carlson led the St. Polten Invaders to their 6th victory with a 3 TD reception performance upping their season record to 6-1. Carlson had a total of 7 catches but found the endzone on three grabs. Aggie D Line Coach, Seth Womack recorded 2 sacks and 8 tackles in the game won by a 53-29 margin.


Aggie Assistant Football Coaches Seth Womack (left) and Phillip Carlson (right) are spending their summer coaching in the Austrian Football League. The two are working for the St. Polten Invaders a club team that plays in the Austrian 2nd league. Womack is playing on both the offensive and defensive lines while helping coach both units, while Carlson is playing wide receiver.

The two were teammates and All Conference performers at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. While Womack hails from Vandalia, Illinois, Carlson grew up in Worms, Germany and attended German public schools.

"I am sure that Phillip is an asset because of his ability to speak German fluently. Although most of the players are bi-lingual, it is still nice to have something explained in their native tongue." stated OPSU Head Football Coach Mike Wyatt, a 13 year veteran of coaching in Europe, himself.

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