Trevor Stellman was named the Thomas More College Head Coach beginning with the 2018 season in October of 2017.
Stellman just completed his eighth season at Thomas More and sixth as the offensive coordinator. In 2016, Thomas More's offense under the direction of Stellman set the school record for plays in a season (843) and most points in a quarter as it scored 35 points against Grove City College in the second quarter. The 2015 offense set the single-season record for most points (583), touchdowns (80), total yards (6,019), pass completions (200) and passing yards (3,411). In 2014, the Saints were ranked No. 3 in total offense in all of Division III.
Stellman is no stranger to Saints' football as he was a four-year letter winner for the Saints from 2005-2009 and led the Saints to two straight Presidents' Athletic Conference titles. He set numerous passing records at Thomas More as he has the most touchdown passes in a game (four) and season (26), second in career touchdown passes (50), and third in career passing yardage (5,328) and season passing yardage (2,032).
Stellman graduated from Thomas More in 2010 and earned his Master in Business Administration from Thomas More in 2017. He and his wife Hanna, a Thomas More alumnus, are expecting twins in December.
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