6 results for tag: Head Coach Mark Schmidtt

Coach Schmidt Resigns – 1995-2014 The End of an Era

Mark Schmidt steps down; legendary status secure after 19-year reign February 24, 2014 LANGHORNE: It was June of 1995. The old master, Dick Bedesem, had recently retired as head coach of Neshaminy's football team following some tough seasons. And if the truth be told, the once invincible Red & Blue was looking a ... More

The Big Picture 26 – Coach Schmidt in Hall of Fame

The BIG Picture BY Paula G. Ace Sports Reporter Schmidt inducted into PSFCA Hall of Fame June 23, 2012 Langhorne: As if his cap wasn't already brimming with enough feathers to stuff a pillow, our very own Coach Mark Schmidt earned another one when it was announced that the Pennsylvania State Football Coaches Associ... More

The Big Picture 36 – Schmidt Banks 100th Win

The BIG Picture BY Paula G. Ace Sports Reporter Schmidt coached 'Skins bank 100th win September 12, 2008 LANGHORNE: With Neshaminy's victory over the Germantown tonight, Coach Schmidt snagged his 100th career win while at the helm of the Redskins. Pushing his overall record to 100 and 50, Schmidt now owns another record ... More

Big 33

Schmidt Picked to Helm PA Squad in 2006 Big 33 FOOTBALL Schmidt to coach at Big 33 By KEVIN COONEY COURIER TIMES (Courier article from December, 2005) Mark Schmidt needed that distraction. Needed something to take his mind off the "disappointing" end to Neshaminy's 10-2 season in the District One Class AAAA semifinals.... More

124 Games

Coach Schmidt coaches his 124th game and enters the record books as the most prolific Redskins coach in School history. November 18, 2005 Although it may be hard to believe, this is Coach Schmidt's 11th year as Neshaminy's Head Coach which proves yet again the old adage: How time flies! But what a wonderful time it's ... More

Coach Schmidt named “2004 Coach of the Year”

January 17, 2005 On Sunday, January 16th 2005, before the Eagles-Vikings playoff game, coach Schmidt was honored as "Coach of the Year". It was the second such honor in only four years. Mark Schmidt was also the Coach of the Year in 2001, when he took the Skins to Hershey and came home with the State Title.... More