Tom Dosch

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Tom Dosch
Playing career
c. 1990 Dickinson State
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1991 Dickinson State (assistant)
1992Belfield HS (ND)
1993–2003 North Dakota (OLB/DL)
2004–2007 Jamestown
2008–2009 Southern Illinois (ILB/ST)
2010–2019 Northern State
Head coaching record
Tournaments0–2 (NAIA playoffs)
Accomplishments and honors
1 DAC (2007)
1 NSIC North Division (2015)
NCIS Coach of the Year (2014)

Tom Dosch is an American football coach and former player. He served as the head football coach at the Jamestown College from 2004 to 2007 and Northern State University, from 2010 to 2019. Dosch was the inside linebackers coach and special teams coordinator at Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 2008 and 2009.


Coaching career

Dosch was the head football coach at University of Jamestown in Jamestown, North Dakota for four seasons, from 2004 until 2007. His coaching record at Jamestown was 25–17. [1]

Dosch was named Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Football Coach of the Year Following Northern State's 8–3 season in 2014. The 8–3 record was the best finish for Northern State football since 1999. Dosch took over at Northern State following a 2–9 record in 2009.

Head coaching record

YearTeamOverallConferenceStandingBowl/playoffs NAIA#
Jamestown Jimmies (Dakota Athletic Conference)(2004–2007)
2004 Jamestown5–55–4T–4th
2005 Jamestown3–73–4T–4th
2006 Jamestown8–35–2T–2ndL NAIA First Round 14
2007 Jamestown9–26–1T–1stL NAIA First Round 11
Northern State Wolves (Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference)(2010–2019)
2010 Northern State2–92–8 / 2–4T–11th / 5th (North)
2011 Northern State5–64–6 / 4–2T–9th / 3rd (North)
2012 Northern State6–56–5 / 5–2T–7th / T–3rd (North)
2013 Northern State4–74–7 / 3–4T–10th / 5th (North)
2014 Northern State8–38–3 / 6–14th / 2nd (North)
2015 Northern State6–56–5 / 6–1T–7th / T–1st (North)
2016 Northern State6–56–5 / 4–38th / T–4th (North)
2017 Northern State6–56–5 / 5–2T–6th / 3rd (North)
2018 Northern State4–74–7 / 3–4T–10th / 5th (North)
2019 Northern State6–56–5 / 4–3T–7th / 4th (North)
Northern State:53–5752–56
      National championship        Conference title        Conference division title or championship game berth

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  1. DeLassus, David. "Jamestown College Coaching Records". College Football Data Warehouse. Archived from the original on July 30, 2012. Retrieved October 28, 2010.