BETHLEHEM, Pa. --- The Moravian College football program has added Garrett Bisbing, Harold Fairclough, Dion King and Mark Rosenbaum to its coaching staff for the 2015 season.
"We are excited to add Garrett, Harold, Dion and Mark to our sidelines for this fall," commented fifth-year head coach Jeff Pukszyn. "They each bring something different to the staff. We have added some great experience with Harold, who is a former head coach. The trio of Garrett, Dion and Mark have all recently finished their playing careers and will bring great energy to the staff."
Bisbing, who will be coaching the tight ends, is a native of the Lehigh Valley, graduating from Allentown Central Catholic High School in 2009. He is also a 2013 graduate of Muhlenberg College where he started 35 games on the offensive line.
Fairclough, who is coaching the cornerbacks for the Greyhounds, is also from the Lehigh Valley and an Allentown Central Catholic graduate in the class of 1995. Fairclough served as the head coach at Allentown Central Catholic for six seasons, leading the program to three District 11 3A titles and the 2010 PIAA AAA State Championship in 2010. He has the honor of being the only PIAA head coach to win a title as a player and as a head coach. Fairclough is currently a behavior management specialist in the Allentown School District.
King, who coaches the safeties, is a 2014 graduate of Lafayette College. King, originally from Douglasville, Georgia, played in 22 games as a linebacker during his career with the Leopards, and he had 48 tackles and an interception during his career.
Rosenbaum, who will be coaching the wide receivers for the Greyhounds, is a 2014 graduate of Susquehanna University. Rosenbaum, a native of Long Valley, New Jersey, was the Crusaders starting quarterback during the 2013 campaign, completing 87-of-132 passes for 1,129 yards with eight touchdowns. He had 117 career completions for 1,468 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Moravian will open its 2015 season on Saturday, September 5 in a non-conference game at King's College with kickoff slated for 6:00 p.m. in Wilkes-Barre.