Stew Krisch has completed his 17th overall season on the Tiger staff. He returned to the program prior to the 2012 season, as quarterbacks coach.
Coach Krisch has coached three All-America quarterbacks - including two at Trinity - and numerous all-conference quarterbacks. He was Trinity’s offensive coordinator for 12 seasons, from 1996-1999, and from 2002-2009. During that time, Coach Krisch guided the Tiger offense to numerous school and conference records.
He was the quarterbacks coach at Texas State University-San Marcos (formerly Southwest Texas State) in 2000 and 2001. Prior to his arrival at Trinity, Coach Krisch was the offensive coordinator at West Texas A&M University for four seasons, leading the team to 50 school records and 12 NCAA marks. He also coached at Midwestern State University, Southern Methodist University, and A&M Consolidated High School.
A native of San Antonio, Coach Krisch graduated from Marshall High School in 1980. He played football for Texas A&M University, and was a member of the Corps of Cadets. Coach Krisch earned his bachelor’s degree in 1984. He received a master’s in 1986, and served as a graduate assistant for the Aggies.
Coach Krisch is also an Eagle Scout. He and his wife, Rhonda, reside in La Vernia, Texas, and have one daughter and a grandson.