Former Boston College football letterman Jason Swepson is entering his third year on the Eaglesí staff as running backs coach.
In 2000, Swepson coached William Green, who gained 1,164 yards on the ground and earned first team all-BIG EAST honors. In 1999, Cedric Washington (who gained 676 yards this year) reached the 1,000-yard plateau with 1,122 yards.
Swepson coached in his second career bowl game last year in the 2000 Aloha Bowl to go along with the 1999 Insight.com Bowl at BC.
Swepson came to BC from Northeastern, where he coached running backs and tight ends for the previous two seasons. He also served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Holy Cross (1996), wide receivers coach at Boston University (1994-95), tight ends and tackles coach at the University of Rhode Island (1993) and running backs coach at Bates College (1992).
The Swepson File
Came to Boston College from: Northeastern University
|1999- ||Boston College (running backs
|1998-2000 ||NFL Internship: Jacksonville Jaguars
(wide receivers), 1998 |
|†||San Diego Chargers (running backs),
|†||Miami Dolphins (running backs),
|1997-98 ||Northeastern University (running
backs/tight ends) |
|1996 ||College of the Holy Cross (offensive
|1994-95||Boston University (wide
|1993 ||University of Rhode Island (tight
|1992 ||Bates College (running
Bowl Games as a Coach:
|2000 ||Aloha Bowl (BC) |
|1999 ||Insight.com Bowl (BC) |
|1994 ||I-AA Playoffs (Boston University)
- In 2000, coached 1,000-yard rusher William Green to first-team all-BIG EAST honors
- 1997 Northeastern team finished the season ranked 21st in the NCAA I-AA poll
- 1994 Boston University team finished the season ranked ninth in the NCAA I-AA poll
- 1988-92: Boston College (running back and wide receiver)
- Two-time winner of the BIG EAST Scholar Athlete of the Week Award during the 1991 season (vs. Michigan and Syracuse)
- Inducted into the Seekonk (Mass.) Hall of Fame for his athletic accomplishments in high school
- Received high school All-American honors in both football and track
- Named to the All-State football and track teams while in high school
- State and New England champion in the 100 meter and 200 meters
Full name: Jason P. Swepson
Birthdate: April 28, 1970
Birthplace: Providence, R.I.
Hometown: Seekonk, Mass.
Current Residence: Attleboro
Children: Kiana (3)
1992 BS (Human Development) Boston College