Entering his seventh year coaching, his second at Boston College and his first as running backs coach.
Spent the 2012 season as assistant defensive line and assistant special teams coach at Boston College, his alma mater.
Came to Boston College after serving as linebackers coach at Elon University for one season (2011) under the direction of head coach Jason Swepson. Swepson is a 1992 BC graduate who served as running backs coach at his alma mater for eight seasons (1999-2006).
At Elon he worked with a talented group of linebackers that included 2011 All-American and All-SoCon selection Joshua Jones as well as SoCon All-Freshman Team member Jonathan Spain. Linebacker Jonathan Spain also collected freshman All-America accolades.
Prior to his time at Elon, Washington spent the previous two seasons as the defensive line coach at Slippery Rock University which won 12 games in that span, including a pair of wins against top-25 foes. Coached all PSAC conference defensive ends Pat Marsilio and Jeff Thomspon.
Served as North Carolina State University's defensive graduate assistant for one season (2008)
Coached at Division III Rensselaer Polytechnic Institution (RPI) in 2007.
Helped lead RPI to an 8-2 record, a Liberty League championship and a berth in the NCAA Division III playoffs and was a member of the 2007 Liberty League Coaching Staff of the Year.
AS A PLAYER
Signed with the Canadian Football League's Sakatchewan Roughriders in June 2006. Played one season - 2006 - for the Roughriders; also played for the CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Was a three-year starter at defensive tackle and four-year lettermen at Boston College (2002-05).
Earned Boston College's Paul Cavanaugh Award in 2006, given annually to the player whose on and off the field accomplishments speak volumes about his commitment, outlook, volunteer work, ethics and work in the community and on the team.
Captured the program's Leadership Award in 2005.
Earned a bachelor's degree in sociology from Boston College in May 2006.