The Wichita Coaches Clinic was formed to give coaches and outlet to network, exchange ideas and coaching philosophies they have developed throughout the years. The speakers will be local, regional and national coaches on all levels from high school to the college ranks. Proceeds from the clinic will go to help fund the Circle of Stars Academy. These camps were created to promote the growth and development of youth in playing and enjoying football as well as in the acquisition of positive attitudes and values.

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William Polite Director of Equality, Diversity and Accountability at USD259

Frank Turner, President/Director Wichita Tigers


Coach Terry Harrison

Terry Harrison took over as head coach of the Thresher football program on December 18th, 2017. His first season of action will take place in 2018.
Terry Harrison comes to Bethel from Wichita Heights High School, where he was the Falcons’ head coach since November of 2012. In five seasons with the team, he has been able to compile an overall record of 38-16, winning four Kansas 5A regional championships, a district championship, and a Greater-Area Wichita-League championship along the way. He was also named the 2016 City-League Coach of the Year after leading his team to a 9-2 record.
Before becoming the head coach at Wichita Heights, Harrison spent a season as an assistant with the Falcons’ football program, learning under the noted Coach Rick Wheeler.

From 2006 to 2012, Harrison was an assistant coach for the Valley Center Hornets football team. He began as the offensive line coach from 2006-09, and then was promoted to defensive coordinator for 2010-12.

Harrison is a 2004 graduate of Sterling College in Sterling, Kansas. He received his Bachelor of Sciences in Physical Education & Health from the institution, where he also served as a three-year team captain for the Warriors football program. After his senior season at Sterling, Harrison spent the next year as a grad assistant in the program, serving as offensive line coach.

Harrison also brings with him the experience of coordinating and organizing the Wichita Area Recruiting Fair, a yearly event for collegiate scouts and coaches to meet with football players in the Wichita metro area. He has also been a guest speaker at multiple coaching clinics on a national level, most recently being the Tulsa Glazier Mega Clinic, held in 2016.

Harrison attained his Masters of Sciences in School Leadership from Baker University in 2011.


Coach Steve Martin

Coach Martin will be starting his 8th year as Head Coach at Wichita Northwest High School. Coach Martin is 87-31 in his career as a Head Coach and has won 56 of them at Wichita Northwest. Prior to coaching at Northwest, Martin served as the Defensive Coordinator at Wichita Heights where they reached the 6a State Championship game the three years Martin was there during the 2009-2011 and won the 6a Championship in 2010. Before moving back to the Wichita area, Coach Martin was the Head Football Coach at Troy High School during the 2005-2008 seasons, where he was 31-11. Coach Martin began his coaching career as the Defensive Coordinator at Halstead High School during the 2003-2004 seasons.

Coach Martin grew up and played football at Andale High School for Matt McKee during the 1995-1999 seasons. After High School Martin played collegiately at Bethel College and graduated in 2003. Coach Martin holds his Master’s Degree in School Leadership from Baker University. In 2015, 2016 and in 2018 the Northwest football team finished as the Greater Wichita Athletic League Champions where his offense broke the State Record in all 3 seasons for yards per game at a staggering 579.8 yards. In 2018 the Grizzlies were the Class 5a State Runner-ups and in 2017 made it to the Sub State Championship game for only the 2nd time in program history.

Coach Martin has been married 13 years to his wife Natalie and they have 4 children together, Dalton, Tia, Brock and Karli. Coach Martin was selected to coach in his 3rd Shrine Bowl last summer as an Assistant Coach.


Coach Quinton Morgan

On Dec. 2, 2015, Quinton Morgan was officially confirmed as head coach at Langston University following nine years serving in various capacities on the football staff.

Most recently, Morgan served as the defensive backs coach in 2015. The campaign marked his ninth year coaching at his alma mater.

Morgan played defensive back, wide receiver, and running back for Langston during the 2004 and 2005 seasons. Before transferring to LU, he played at Jackson State from 2003-2004. He played high school football at Bonnabel High School in New Orleans, La. He played four seasons of professional football, three of those years with the San Angelo Stampede Express in the IFL Arena League and one season with the AF2 Iowa Barnstormers.

He received his Bachelor’s of Science in Health, Physical Education and Recreation from Langston University in 2007. He obtained his Master of Arts degree in Urban Education.


Coach Marcus Hall-Oliver

Hall Oliver, a two-time All-NSIC performer with Minnesota State in 2011-12, has been promoted to Run Game Coordinator in addition to defensive line coach duties.

Hall-Oliver was a member of the coaching staff for a 2017 USF team that finished 9-3 with a fourth straight postseason appearance. The Cougars finished third (9-2) in the NSIC overall, made a third straight DII playoff appearance and attained a final ranking of No. 20 in the AFCA Poll. The Cougars have been ranked in 48 consecutive national polls (AFCA,

The Cougars recorded a 24th consecutive winning season, which ranks fifth across all levels. In the playoffs, the Cougars dropped a heart-breaking 24-20 road DII playoff loss at No. 5 ranked Midwestern State. All three losses (Midwestern State, Minnesota State and Winona State) were to teams ranked in the AFCA final Top 20.

Hall-Oliver part of defensive staff that coached one of the nation’s best defenses in 2017, ranking in second total defense (244.3 yards per game), second in scoring defense (12.5 ppg), third in rushing yards per game (67.8 yards per game), seventh in first downs defense (158) and ninth in sacks (3.33 per game, 40 total). USF led the NSIC in total defense, scoring defense, rushing defense, sacks, and second in first downs allowed. Three members of his defensive line were named All-NSIC with defensive ends Logan Dykstra and Derek Landis second team selections and defensive tackle Brian Mayberry, honorable mention.

Previously he served as a graduate assistant for the Eastern Michigan football team, which played in the Bahamas Bowl in a 7-6 season in 2016.

He joined the EMU staff after getting his coaching career started with Minnesota State in 2013. He was a student assistant coach in 2013 where he worked with the linebackers before becoming graduate assistant coach of the cornerbacks.

Hall-Oliver, who earned a Bachelor’s degree in sports management in 2014 at Minnesota State, started in all of MSU’s 25 games. During his junior season in 2011, he was the Mavericks’ leading tackler with 83 tackles, including 6.5 tackles for loss and one sack. For his efforts, he garnered First Team All-NSIC honors.

As a senior, Hall-Oliver started all 13 games for the Mavericks. He finished second on the team in tackles with 66, including 5.5 tackles for loss. He also recorded two interceptions and a forced fumble, while earning his second consecutive NSIC First Team All-NSIC South Division honor. He was also a Daktronics Super Region 3 Second Team honoree. He started his collegiate career (2009-10) by earning 11 starts at the University of Nebraska at Omaha before the program was shutdown.


Coach John McMenamin

John McMenamin begins his third season as the offensive coordinator at Central Missouri in 2017.

Last season, his UCM offense was tops in the MIAA and ninth nationally in passing while also ranking third in the league in scoring and total offense and fifth in rushing. Eight offensive players were named to the All-MIAA Team with wide receiver Jaylen Zachery and offensive lineman Derrick Puni earning First Team nods. Four offensive players earned All-Region honors with three; Puni, Zachery and quarterback Garrett Fugate earning All-America honors.

In his first season in 2015, the Mules had the No. 2 total offense in the MIAA and 22nd nationally. UCM was third in the league in passing and scoring and fourth in the conference in rushing. Nine offensive players earned All-MIAA honors, three players earned All-Region honors, and tight end Ian Toalson was named an Honorable Mention All-American.

McMenamin came to UCM after spending the previous four seasons as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Wayne State (Neb.).

McMenamin’s 2014 offense at Wayne State ranked in the top 25 in NCAA-II in seven different offensive categories and had five All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference players. Quarterback Zach Osborn was second in the league in passing yards and led the conference in total offense. He coached 16 All-NSIC players during his time at Wayne State.

Prior to arriving at Wayne State, McMenamin served as offensive coordinator at Midland University in Fremont, Nebraska, from 2009-2010 where he helped turn around a Warrior program that went 8-3 in 2010 while finishing No. 22 nationally in NAIA. It was the school’s most successful football season in the last 16 years.

McMenamin was credited with making Midland University one of the top rushing teams in NAIA football, ranking as high as 12th in 2009. He also served as an assistant coach at Nebraska-Omaha from 2006-08. He was hired as wide receivers coach in 2006 before being promoted to quarterbacks coach in the spring of 2007.

McMenamin also has high school coaching experience, serving as the offensive coordinator at Omaha Central High School in 2004 before moving to the college ranks.

McMenamin played quarterback for Svoboda at Northwest Missouri State where he set 27 school records for the Bearcats from 1998-2002. He was an All-American in 2002 and was a member of the Bearcats’ 1998 and ‘99 NCAA Division II national championship teams.

John and his wife Andrea have two children, Jackson and Jessa.


Coach Mickey Joseph

Mickey Joseph, a Louisiana high school football legend with strong ties to New Orleans, enters his first season as LSU’s wide receivers coach in 2017. Joseph was appointed to the LSU staff in February of 2017.

Joseph is the older brother of current Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph. His cousin, Terry Joseph, is an assistant coach at North Carolina.

Joseph brings over 20 years of coaching experience as well as four years as a quarterback at Nebraska under Tom Osborne.

Joseph comes to LSU after serving as running backs coach at Louisiana Tech in 2016. In his one year in Ruston, Joseph helped the Bulldogs to a 9-5 overall mark and a 48-45 win over 25th-ranked Navy in the Armed Forces Bowl.

The Bulldogs ranked No. 2 in the nation in scoring in 2016, averaging 44.3 points per game. Tech averaged 514.9 total yards game, which included 363.4 passing and 151.6 on the ground.

Prior to Louisiana Tech, Joseph helped turn around a Grambling State team that went 1-11 prior to his arrival to winning 16 games over the next two years. The Tigers posted a 7-5 mark in 2014 and followed that with a 9-3 overall mark and an appearance in the SWAC Championship Game. In 2015, Joseph’s receivers totaled 2,250 receiving yards and 25 touchdowns as Grambling’s scoring offense ranked fourth and passing offense ranked 21st among all FCS programs nationally.

Joseph was special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach at Alcorn State in 2013, helping the Braves to a 9-3 overall mark, the most wins for the school in 30 years. While at Alcorn, Joseph guided a receiving corps that caught for 2,728 yards and 23 touchdowns with an average gain of 13.0 yards per reception.

Joseph spent six years at Langston University from 2008-13, which included two years as the head coach. Joseph led Langston to a 7-3 mark in his first season as head coach in 2011. He went 13-7 overall as the head coach at Langston.

Joseph got his first collegiate coaching job at Wayne State College in Nebraska in 1997, which he followed with a season at his high school alma mater Archbishop Shaw High School in New Orleans in 1998. From there, Joseph served as a graduate assistant at Tulane in 1999 and then coached receivers at Alabama State in 2000.

He coached quarterbacks at Nicholls State for three years (2001-03) and then spent two seasons as the running backs coach at Central Oklahoma (2004-05).

Before his tenure at Langston, Joseph served as the head football coach and Director of Athletics for Desire Street Academy, a private school in the New Orleans’ Ninth Ward area. His main goal was to help get young kids out of the underprivileged area to improve their overall quality of life through sports. At the time of Hurricane Katrina, Joseph was responsible of moving the private school to Florida along with relocating the student- athletes. That year, the team had a record of 1-3, however, in 2008 Joseph turned the team around to a 10-3 record. Seven out of 25 players were able to sign with NCAA Division I programs.

During the summer of 2012 he also worked with the Houston Texas as part of an NFL minority internship. While in Houston, Joseph worked with the running backs and all aspects of the special teams units.

Joseph played quarterback at Nebraska from 1988-91. As a junior Joseph led the Cornhuskers to a 9-3 overall mark after accounting for 21 touchdowns (11 rushing, 10 passing). In his four years at Nebraska, the Cornhuskers posted a 39-9-1 overall mark and appeared in the Orange Bowl twice, the Citrus Bowl and the Fiesta Bowl.

In four years with the Cornhuskers, Joseph played in 34 regular season games and accounted for 30 touchdowns (16 rushing, 14 passing). His best season came as a junior in 1990 when he played in all 12 games, throwing for 624 yards and 11 touchdowns to go along with 554 rushing yards and 10 TDs.

Joseph was the top recruit coming out of Archbishop Shaw High School in Marrero when he was recruited to the University of Nebraska. In 1987, he was awarded Gatorade Player of the Year and First-Team Parade All-American. The standout football player was also a two-time All-State MVP and three-time All-District MVP.

Joseph, who is married to Priscilla Arzaga, has five children – Jacob, Zachary, Makiyah, Maya, and Malania.

The Joseph File

Year at LSU: First (appointed February 9, 2017)
Birthdate: March 5, 1968
Hometown: New Orleans, La.
Wife: Priscilla Arzaga Joseph
Children: Jacob, Zachary, Makiyah, Maya, Malania
High School: Archbishop Shaw
Alma Mater: Nebraska (1993)


1995-96 Omaha (Neb.) North High School (quarterbacks/wide receivers)
1997 Wayne State College (run game coordinator)
1998 Archbishop Shaw High School (quarterbacks)
1999 Tulane (graduate assistant)
2000 Alabama State (wide receivers)
2001-03 Nicholls State (quarterbacks)
2004-05 Central Oklahoma (running backs)
2006-08 Desire Street (New Orleans) Academy (head coach)
2008-12 Langston University (assistant coach, 2008-10; head coach 2011-12)
2013 Alcorn State (wide receivers/special teams coordinator/assistant head coach)
2014-15 Grambling State (wide receivers/special teams coordinator)
2016 Louisiana Tech (running backs)
2017 LSU (wide receivers)


As a player

Season Bowl Team Opponent Results
1988 Orange Nebraska Miami (Fla.) L, 23-2
1989 Fiesta Nebraska Florida State L, 41-17
1990 Citrus Nebraska Georgia Tech L, 45-21
1991 Orange Nebraska Miami (Fla.) L, 22-0

As a coach

2016 Armed Forces Louisiana Tech Navy W, 48-45