Doug Ehinger enters his third season with the Tigers as Sewanee's offensive line coach and offensive coordinator. Ehinger will be responsible for organizing and coordinating the Tigers' offense during the 2017 season.
Ehinger comes to Sewanee after serving as a graduate assistant and assistant offensive line coach at Ball State University in Muncie, Ind., from 2015-17.
During that stretch, the Cardinals ranked 32nd in rushing, and their offensive line ranked fifth in the country in sacks allowed (2015) and fourth in the nation in tackles for a loss allowed (2014).
A 2011 graduate of Albion, Ehinger coached at his alma mater from 2012-14 as a football intern and strong safeties coach. During his tenure, Albion won the 2013 MIAA Championship and posted an 8-3 overall record.
As a student-athlete, Ehinger was the recipient of the Britons’ Steve Gilbert Award in 2010, where he played three positions on the offensive line during his collegiate career.
He launched his coaching career at Hanover-Horton High School in 2011 coaching the offensive and defensive lines and mentoring two all-conference linemen.
Ehinger is married to his wife Corey, and they have a son, Hogan.