Chuck Broyles

Chuck Broyles
Sport(s)Football
Biographical details
Born (1947-02-05) February 5, 1947 (age 70)
Bremerton, Washington
Playing career
1966-1968Pittsburg State
Position(s) Defensive lineman, offensive lineman
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1970-1971 Bishop Carroll HS (KS) (assistant)
1972 Pittsburg State (GA)
1973Stockton HS (MO)
1974-1982 Missouri-Rolla (DC)
1983-1985 Miami HS (OK) (assistant)
1986-1987 Missouri-Rolla (DC)
1988-1989 Pittsburg State (assistant)
1990-2009Pittsburg State
Head coaching record
Overall198-47-2
Bowls1-0
Tournaments19-14 (NCAA D-II playoffs)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
1 NCAA Division II National (1991)
9 MIAA (1990-1992, 1994-1996, 2001, 2003-2004)
Awards
AFCA Division II Coach of the Year (1991)
Liberty Mutual Division II Coach of the Year (2008)

Biography

Charles Leroy Broyles (given birth to Feb 5, 1947) is a past American football participant and coach in america. He offered as the top football trainer at Pittsburg Condition College or university from 1990 to 2009, compiling an archive of 198–47–2 in 20 months. His Pittsburg Condition Gorillas football groups earned the NCAA Department II Football Tournament in 1991, made an appearance three other tournament video games (1992, 1995 and 2004), and captured nine Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association game titles. Broyles retired from training at Pittsburg Condition effective Dec 2, 2009.

Early life and playing career

Broyles was created in Bremerton, Washington and was raised in Mulberry, Kansas where he played eight-man soccer. He played within the protective and unpleasant lines at Pittsburg Condition and graduated from the institution in 1970.

Coaching career

From 1970 to 1971, Broyles was an assistant trainer at Bishop Carroll SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Wichita, Kansas. He received an M.A. from Pittsburg in 1972 after providing like a graduate associate with the soccer group. In 1973, he was trainer of Stockton SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Stockton, Missouri. He was a protective planner for the University or college of Missouri-Rolla from 1974 to 1982. He was an associate trainer at Miami SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Miami, Oklahoma from 1983 to 1985. He came back to Rolla as protective planner in 1986 and 1987.In 1988, Broyles was an assistant coach at Pittsburg. In his 1st season as mind trainer of Pittsburg in 1990, his group proceeded to go 10–0 in the standard season and received two video games in the Department playoffs. In his second time of year in 1991 he led the faculty to a 13–1–1 record and a nationwide tournament. He was called Division II Trainer of the entire year.The powerhouse performance of Pittsburg resulted in a $5.8 million overhaul of Carnie Smith Stadium in 2000, an additional $2.5 million renovation towards the west result in 2006, like the addition of eight luxury bins as well as the addition of the $1.7 million video panel in 2007—the largest in Division II at that time.In 2008, he was named Liberty Shared Coach of the entire year. Broyles also has the role being a hubby, dad, and grandfather. His wife, Helen, can be a local Real estate agent. He provides three sons, Scott, Kyle and Tag. Kyle passed away in 2008. Scott and his wife Bryna possess three daughters, Ashley, Nicole and Jenna.After previously announcing in November 5, 2009 his intention to remain on simply because head coach, in Dec 2, 2009 Broyles announced his pension.

Quotes

"We have to gain this game. After that we can state ‘Chuck Broyles, mind trainer at Pittsburg Condition University twenty years and never acquired a losing period.’" — discussing the November 7, 2009 video game against the Truman Condition University Bulldogs, that they shed, 28–21, giving Broyles his initial losing season

Head coaching record

Year Team General Conference Standing Dish/playoffs Pittsburg Condition Gorillas (Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association) (1990–2009) 1990 Pittsburg Condition 12–1 9–0 1st L NCAA Department II Semifinal 1991 Pittsburg Condition 13–1–1 8–0–1 1st W NCAA Department II Tournament 1992 Pittsburg Condition 14–1 9–0 1st L NCAA Department II Tournament 1993 Pittsburg Condition 8–3 8–1 2nd L NCAA Department II First Circular 1994 Pittsburg Condition 10–1 9–0 1st L NCAA Department II First Circular 1995 Pittsburg Condition 12–1–1 9–0 1st L NCAA Department II Tournament 1996 Pittsburg Condition 8–3 8–1 T–1st L NCAA Department II First Circular 1997 Pittsburg Condition 9–2 8–1 2nd L NCAA Department II First Circular 1998 Pittsburg Condition 7–3 6–3 T–3rd 1999 Pittsburg Condition 10–2 8–1 2nd L NCAA Department II First Circular 2000 Pittsburg Condition 9–3 7–2 3rd L NCAA Department II First Circular 2001 Pittsburg Condition 11–2 8–1 1st L NCAA Department II Quarterfinal 2002 Pittsburg Condition 8–3 6–3 T–3rd 2003 Pittsburg Condition 9–3 7–2 T–1st L NCAA Department II First Circular 2004 Pittsburg Condition 14–1 9–0 1st L NCAA Department II Tournament 2005 Pittsburg Condition 10–4 6–2 T–2nd L NCAA Department II Quarterfinal 2006 Pittsburg Condition 10–2 7–2 2nd W Mineral Drinking water 2007 Pittsburg Condition 8–3 6–3 T–3rd 2008 Pittsburg Condition 11–2 8–1 2nd L NCAA Department II Second Circular 2009 Pittsburg Condition 5–6 3–6 T–7th Pittsburg Condition: 198–47–2 149–29–1 Total: 198–47–2       Country wide championship         Meeting name         Meeting division title

See also

List of university football coaches having a .750 winning percentage

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