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Sport(s)
  
Football, baseball

1975–1976
  
Albany (ST)

Title
  
Head coach (football)

1977–1981
  
Columbia (assistant)

Team
  
Union College


Record
  
152–79

Name
  
John Audino

Positions
  
Running back

1973–1974
  
Notre Dame

Role
  
Coach

Conference
  
Liberty League

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Born
  
June 5, 1953 (age 70) Albany, New York (
1953-06-05
)

Education
  
University of Notre Dame

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John Audino (born June 5, 1953) is an American football coach and former player. He is the tight ends coach and passing game coordinator at Columbia University. Audino served as the head football coach at Kean University from 1990 to 1992 and at Union College in Schenectady, New York from 1992 to 2015. Audino guided the Union Dutchmen to six Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Northwest Championship titles and four Liberty League titles.

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John Audino John Audino out as Union College football coach Times Union

Audino attended the University of Notre Dame and played on the football team as a running back. He received his undergraduate degree in 1975. Audino then pursued a master's degree at the University of Albany. While there, he worked under head coach Bob Ford as the Great Danes' special teams coordinator.

John Audino John Audino out as Union College football coach Times Union

Audino then spent the next 13 years as an assistant coach at four different universities until he landed his first head coaching job at Kean University in Union, New Jersey in 1990. He only stayed for two seasons, compiling an 8–12 record, before accepting the newly-vacant head coaching position at Union.

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References

John Audino Wikipedia


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