LINDSBORG — New Bethany College football coach Paul Hubbard has added two more assistants to his staff.
Matt Marietta and Darin Hochstein are the latest additions announced today by Hubbard.
"Coach Marietta brings a work ethic to the table that is second to none,” Hubbard said. “His background working with great coaches will be an asset to the Bethany program in the future.”
Marietta will be an offensive coach after previously working at Midland University. There he was a position coach for tight ends and was also the special teams coordinator. Prior to that he was an offensive graduate assistant with an emphasis on the running back position.
Prior to holding his graduate assistant position at Midland, Marietta was an offensive intern at Montana Tech University. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science from Northern Arizona University and a Master's in Education of Leadership from Midland University.
Hochstein has been at the University of Sioux Falls since 2011, serving as an assistant defensive line coach. He coached three All-Conference players and was also the video coordinator.
Hochstein holds a Bachelor's of Art in Physical Education from Augustana College in 2013 and is expecting to finish his Master's in Education for Adult and Higher Education Administration in 2015.
"I am also excited to get Coach Hochstein on campus, his skills both on and off field will be a huge asset for the Swedes,” Hubbard said. “His past success with coaching defensive line will be a big attribute for our defense moving forward.”