Rob Quigley will be entering his 15th season as the offensive line coach and fifth as the offensive coordinator for the Ursinus football program in 2017.
In Quigley’s second year calling the plays (2014), the Bears saw their offense continue its rise, ranking eighth in the Centennial Conference in yards per game (344.7), third in points (31.7), fourth in in touchdown passes (17), and third in rushing touchdowns (22).
During Quigley’s first year as offensive coordinator, the Bears offense ranked fifth in the CC, scoring 27.7 points per game. Under Quigley’s direction the Bears once again topped the league in time of possession, holding the ball for over 34 minutes per game and rushing for over 144 yards per contest.
Coach Quigley has mentored a total of 20 All-Centennial selections, including three-time honorees Mike D’Amico, Anthony Figueroa, and Victor Jaramillo as well as two-time choices Carmen Gentileand John Rinkus. In 2013 he coached a pair of All-Centennial offensive linemen in center Joe Polansky and guard Wilmer Barndt.
Prior to taking up coaching Quigley was an analyst for Cushman & Wakefield in Los Angeles for three years.
Quigley is a 2000 graduate of Georgetown University, where he was a standout offensive lineman, team captain, first team All-American, and a three time All-Conference selection.
Quigley lives in Trappe, Pennsylvania with his wife Melissa and sons Trevor and Tyler.
Recruiting Area: Southern New Jersey, Central New Jersey, California