Football Coaches
Landon Fox
Head Coach
Will Fleming
Offensive Coordinator
Brian Dougherty
Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Coach
RJ Ghilarducci
Defensive Line Coach
Pat Denecke
Offensive Line Coach
Tim Smith
Wide Receivers Coach
Will Johnson
Running Backs Coach
Spencer Duncan
Tight Ends Coach
Andrew Lutgens
Linebackers Coach
Vernell Price
Defensive Tackles Coach
Yoni Offit
Nickelbacks Coach
Madison Soliday
Director of Football Operations
Gabe Miller
Associate Director of Sports Performance
Nicole Mioduski, ATC, LAT
Assistant Athletic Trainer (FB, SWIM)
Justin Works, ATC, LAT
Assistant Athletic Trainer (FB, BSE)
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Spencer Duncan

Spencer Duncan

Tight Ends Coach


Recruits: Texas, Indiana (Lafayette), Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana

Spencer Duncan joined the Valpo coaching staff prior to the 2022 season as tight ends coach.

Duncan comes to Valpo after serving as a graduate assistant coach at the UNLV, where he had worked with the defense since February 2020. He also owns experience as an offensive quality control coach at the University of Pennsylvania, the wide receivers coach at Golden West College and a member of the recruiting department at the University of Alabama. He charted game film for the Cleveland Browns in December 2015 and February 2016 after previously working as a strength & conditioning intern at the University of Alabama from January 2013 to April 2015.

Duncan was a walk-on tight end at Alabama in 2011 and 2012 and was part of two national championship teams. He graduated from Alabama with an undergraduate degree in communications in December 2015.

What They’re Saying About Coach Duncan

Marcus Arroyo, UNLV Head Football Coach: “Spencer has a wide range of experience in college football at the FBS, FCS and junior college levels. He has coaching experience on both sides of the ball, and showed his commitment and work ethic for us the last two seasons. He has a bright future.”

Peter Hanson, Denver Broncos Linebackers Coach, Former UNLV Defensive Coordinator: “Spencer dove head first into an unfamiliar job with us at UNLV and made it his own. We asked an offensive guy to help us on defense, and he did a great job. I hope that experience helps his future as a coach. I’m very excited for him to earn this opportunity at Valparaiso.”