Offensive line coach leaves WMU football program
Dec. 6, 2001
KALAMAZOO -- Dave Voth, offensive line coach for the Western Michigan University football team, is leaving the Bronco coaching staff to pursue other avenues in the coaching profession. The announcement was made Dec. 4 by head coach Gary Darnell.
Voth instructed Bronco linemen for four seasons during two different stints, 1997-98 and 2000-01. During his tenure at Western Michigan, Voth mentored a trio of All Mid-American Conference performers in Colin Greczek, Charlie Knapp and Paul Lambert. Greczek and Lambert went on to play professionally with the Arena League's Detroit Fury and Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League respectively.
WMU linemen under Voth also paved the way for three 1,000-yard
rushing seasons, two from
The 2001 season proved especially challenging for the Bronco
offensive line, which lost one starter during training camp and
saw each remaining starter slowed by injuries at various times
during the fall. Voth's unit still managed to open holes in the
Central Michigan and Akron games
"We are appreciative of the hard work and dedication
Dave Voth has brought to our program," said
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