Former Butler football player Nate Haremza begins his first season on the Grizzly coaching staff, where he will oversee the offensive line.
Haremza was previously at Trinity Valley (Texas), where he coached the offensive line during the 2017 season.
Prior to Trinity, Haremza spent two seasons (2015-16) at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. In 2015, SWOSU set school records for scoring offense, rushing yards and touchdowns while going 8-4 overall and a runner-up finish in the Great American Conference.
Haremza spent the 2015 spring season at the offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Garden City. He also spent the 2014 season at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M as the tight ends and assistant offensive line coach.
As a player at Butler from 2010-11, Haremza was a two-time All-Jayhawk Conference selection at offensive guard. He helped the Grizzlies win two conference titles and two NJCAA National Championship runner-ups. while finishing with a 22-2 record.
Following Butler, Haremza signed with Southern Illinois University, where he lettered for two seasons and started 12 games. He also spent time at SIU as a student assistant working with the offensive line.
A native of Larned, Kan., Haremza holds a Bachelor's degree in Sports Adminstration from Southern Illinois.