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Karlie Carlson

Servite High School is proud to announce the hiring of Sean Koelle to the position of varsity offensive coordinator.

Coach Troy Thomas shared, “First and foremost Coach Koelle is a true man of God that I believe is going to coach our student-athletes in a way that would be pleasing to Him. Secondarily, he coaches in a style that fits Servite. His past teams have proven that they play for each other, do their job and exhibit a hard and physical brand. Personally, I’m excited to learn from Coach Koelle and witness how he’s gotten that intensity out of his players. He is going to be a great addition to our program.”

Coach Koelle comes to Servite from Bishop Amat where he served on the coaching staff for the Lancers in a variety of capacities for 16 seasons. Most recently, he worked as the offensive coordinator taking over play calling duties in 2015. Prior to that he served as the quarterback coach and freshman head coach.

In addition, Koelle worked as Amat’s strength and conditioning coordinator, head golf coach and has instructed theology.

In the last five seasons, Koelle helped lead the Lancers to a 24-4 league record while winning three Mission League Championships. In 2019, Amat finished 9-2 overall going undefeated in league and earning a CIF-SS Division 1 playoff berth.

Coach Koelle has helped mentor numerous college-bound players during his time with the Lancers including Tyler Vaughns (USC), Aaron Maldonado (Cal), Brandon Arconado (Washington State) and Trevon Sidney (Illinois).

Coach Koelle shared, “I love my Amat family and am thankful for my time spent with the Lancers. I am excited to take on this new opportunity and continue to challenge myself while further growing as a coach. I look forward to getting to work and building on the foundation already established with this talented group of student-athletes and coaches. It is evident that Servite is a special place and I am grateful to have the chance to further their mission and help in the formation of each young man.”

A 1998 graduate of Amat, Koelle has been immersed in Catholic education for most of his life first as a student-athlete and now as a teacher and coach.

The Servite community would like to welcome Coach Koelle, his wife Stephanie and daughter Riley to the Friar family.

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