UMass team comes together to volunteer at and run in the Amherst Center event
Football coaches are invited to join the UMass coaching staff for this great weekend.
Head coach Charley Molnar invites coaching staffs to attend this three day event
An experienced collegiate and professional football coach, Ted Daisher (pronounced DASHER) brings a wealth of knowledge to the UMass defense. Hired in 2012, Daisher has coached the UMass safeties, the outside linebackers and the inside linebackers in both 4-3 and 3-4 schemes. In 2013, he assumed the role of special teams coordinator as well.
Daisher has coached football since 1978 at all levels including six years in the National Football League and one year in the United Football League.
In 2011, Daisher coached at Bryant serving as the defensive backs coach following his seven years working in professional football. While in the professional ranks, he worked on the staffs of the Philadelphia Eagles (2004-05 & 2009), the Oakland Raiders (2006), the Cleveland Browns (2007-08) and the Hartford Colonials (2010, UFL). During his first stint with the Eagles, he worked as the special teams quality control coach and assistant defensive line coach for Andy Reid's squad that reached the Super Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla.
At the collegiate level, the Michigan native has spent time at Illinois, Northern Illinois, Eastern Michigan, Cincinnati, Army, Indiana, and East Carolina. He helped Northern Illinois win the MAC Championship in 1983 and the California Bowl. He repeated those wins in 1987 with Eastern Michigan. In 2001, he served with East Carolina as the Pirates played in the GMAC Bowl.
Daisher graduated from Western Michigan where he was a letterwinner from 1975-77 as a wide receiver and defensive back. He and his wife Danielle have three children: Nicole, Ted and Taylor.
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|Wednesday, Jul 29|
|vs MAC Media Day||11:00 AM|
|Wednesday, Aug 5|
|vs Gridiron Club Golf Outing||10:30 AM||Details|
|Saturday, Sept 12|
|at Colorado||2:00 PM|
|Saturday, Sept 19|
|vs Temple||3:00 PM|
|Saturday, Sept 26|
|at Notre Dame||3:30 PM|