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Sean Gleeson '03

A former Pride standout has joined the coaching staff at Fairleigh Dickinson University, in New Jersey. Gleeson will serve as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

The Glen Ridge, NJ native joined Trinity-Pawling in the Fall of 2002, where he made an immediate impact on the field. He was captain of Football, as well as lettering in Hockey and Baseball. He was named an All-Founders League Quarterback, as well as receiving the Coaches Award for his efforts and achievements at the quarterback position. Sean carried his talents to the college level, attending Williams College, where he played both football and baseball.

At Williams, Gleeson was the highest rated passer in the NESCAC in 2005, minimum 100 attempts, with a rating of 163.6. His team finished 8-0 on the year in 2006, and was responsible for a two-quarterback system that threw for 4,039 yards over a 2 year span. He received the Farley Award in 2006, which is awarded to the member of the football team who demonstrates superior qualities of dedication, loyalty and sacrifice for the betterment of the team. In baseball, Sean finished his career with .333 batting average, 139 hits and 45 extra base hits and was named Second Team All NESCAC in 2006.

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Posted by on Thursday November, 10, 2011 at 09:52AM

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