Former Mountaineer and NFL quarterback Jeff Hostetler will take over at Trinity.

Former Mountaineer and NFL quarterback Jeff Hostetler will be the new head football coach at Trinity Christian School in Morgantown. The school made the official announcement on Monday.

“We are thrilled and humbled that Jeff has accepted this position,” said Superintendent Ken Howard. “Jeff embodies our vision for Trinity athletics, as we strive to live out the mission of TCS, which is to help accomplish God’s purpose in the lives of our students as disciples of Jesus Christ.”

Hostetler started his college career at Penn State, but transferred to WVU for the 1982 and 1983 seasons. He boasted an 18-6 record as a starter for the Mountaineers. As a part of his 15-year NFL career, Hostetler won two Super Bowl rings with the Giants.

Joining Hostetler’s coaching staff at Trinity will be his son Justin and a member of Trinity’s former coaching staff, Shane Mardis.

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  • Larry Snider

    Coach Hostetler congratulations!!! I know you are coaching for the right reasons, not just the x's and o's, Trinity is a very lucky school have you working with their student athletes!!

  • David

    "Be ye fishers of men!" Good job, Jeff!

  • j

    always thought he should have at least been a quarterbacks coach at wvu

  • Gary McCutcheon

    Congratulations Jeff! May you use this position to bring glory to God, as you help to mold these young men for a life of serving Him.

  • Pghmountaineer

    Congrats to Coach Hostetler. This a great story.
    This is true dedication to a cause!
    Obviously it's not the money. Good for him.