Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends
Tim Viall arrived at Bowdoin in the summer of 2016 and will serve as offensive coordinator for the Polar Bears. Viall comes to Bowdoin from MIT, where he joined in 2011 and served as offensive coordinator for the Engineers since 2013. He helped guide a prolific, record-setting offense over the last three years at MIT as the Engineers set single-season records in points and total yards in 2014. He also guided 18 players to All-Conference honors and served under head coach Chad Martinovich, who was twice named New England Football Conference Coach of the Year. Viall graduated from Endicott College in 2010 with a bachelor of science degree in physical education. He was three-year starter at tight end for the Gulls football squad under now-head Bowdoin coach JB Wells. He was an All-New England Football Conference selection in 2008 and, as a senior in 2009, he was a team captain and was named Endicott's offensive MVP.
Recruiting areas: North of Boston, Cape, North & South Carolina, Long Island/NYC, Southern CA, East Texas, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana
Assistant Coach - Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator
Jonathan Michaeles joins Bowdoin following 14 years at Colby College, including the last six as head coach of the Mules. Michaeles had been the offensive coordinator, recruiting coordinator, academic advisor, and strength and conditioning director during his eight years as an assistant before moving up to the head coaching job in 2012, where he led Colby to 14 wins, including a 4-4 season in 2013. A 1992 graduate of Bates College, Michales was the associate head coach and offensive coordinator at Saint Anselm College from 1999 to 2004. He was also the wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator at Fordham University during the 1998-99 academic year and was tight ends coach at the University of Pennsylvania in 1997-98. He started his collegiate coaching career at Allegheny College as the wide receiver, tight end, and kickers coach from 1994 to 1997. Michaeles will serve as quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator for the Polar Bears.
Recruiting areas: Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Western Mass./Mass. Catholic League, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas
Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers/Special Teams
Kyle McAllister arrived at Bowdoin in the summer of 2018 after a stint as recruiting coordinator, special teams coordinator and defensive line coach at Tufts University. A 2010 Bates graduate, Mcallister was a two-time All-NESCAC selection at safety and was the league’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2008. He began his coaching career at Georgetown in 2010 and was the defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator at St. Lawrence from 2010-12. Prior to joining Tufts, he was defensive ends coach and punt return coordinator at the University of New Hampshire beginning in 2012. He will lead the wide receivers and be the special teams coordinator at Bowdoin.
Recruiting areas: New Jersey, New York, Northern California, Alaska, New Mexico, Hawaii
Assistant Coach - Running Backs
Kevin Loney joined the Bowdoin football coaching staff in the summer of 2015. A veteran coach with over a decade of experience in the collegiate ranks, Loney headed up the safeties for the Polar Bears in 2015 and will assume running back and tight end coaching in the fall of 2016. Loney was most recently the head coach at Nichols College for three seasons from 2011-13. An experienced defensive coach, his resume includes stops at Upper Iowa (defensive line), Notre Dame (graduate assistant, offense), Bethany (defensive coordinator) and Wesleyan (defensive line). Loney graduated from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa. where he also competed for the outdoor track team in addition to playing football.
Recruiting areas: Non-Private CT, Illinois, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Delaware, Mississippi, Alabama, Kentucky