MUHLENBERG FOOTBALL CAMPS | Head Coach Nate Milne
After three years as offensive coordinator, Nate Milne was named head coach at Muhlenberg following the 2017 season.
"I'm humbled and honored to be the head football coach at Muhlenberg College," said Milne upon his hiring. "Muhlenberg College is a special institution and it's special because of the people who work and learn here."
In Milne's first three seasons as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach, the Mules compiled a record of 25-8, averaging 33.3 points and 428.0 yards per game. The 2016 team featured the most prolific offense in program history, setting school records for yards and points in a season and ranking 17th in Division III in scoring.
Milne came to Muhlenberg in 2015 with more than 15 years playing and coaching football at the Division III level. For the previous seven years, he was offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Susquehanna University.
In his first year at Susquehanna, Milne coordinated the Liberty League’s top offense. The following year, he helped the Crusaders to the Liberty League championship and an NCAA playoff berth.
Prior to working at Susquehanna, Milne was an assistant coach for three years at Cortland State, where he coached five All–New Jersey Athletic Conference offensive linemen and one All–NJAC running back during his tenure. In 2006 and 2007, Cortland ranked first in its conference in scoring offense and in 2006 was also first in fewest sacks allowed.
In 2007, Milne was a guest coach with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League and spent their preseason working as an assistant offensive line coach. He also spent one year as an assistant coach at Hamilton College, focusing on tight ends and offensive scouting.
A 2003 graduate of Hobart College with a bachelor’s degree in history, Milne was a four-year letterwinner with the Statesmen, earning first-team All–Liberty League honors twice and playing on Hobart’s first two Division III playoff teams.
Milne and his wife, Kristen, have two young sons, Matthew and Nicholas.