CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Joe Conlin has joined the Harvard University football coaching staff as an offensive line coach in an announcement from Tim Murphy, the Thomas Stephenson Family Head Coach for Harvard Football.
Conlin came to Harvard after spending seven seasons on the University of New Hampshire staff. In 2010, he finished his second year coaching the offensive line after being promoted to full-time status in 2008, when he worked previously with the safeties.
Conlin mentored the defensive line for four years (2004-07).
Prior to his arrival in Durham, Conlin coached the defensive line at West Virginia Tech from 2003-04. He also gained coaching experience at Greensburg Central Catholic High School from 2002-03 where he worked with the tight ends and defensive ends while also handling strength and conditioning.
A 2002 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in administration of justice, Conlin was a three-time starting defensive tackle for the Panthers.