|Title:||Defensive Assistant, Defensive Line (2015-)|
Nic Brockhoff completed his third season under head coach Chris Casey during the 2017 football season.
Brockhoff graduated from Whitworth University in 2015, where he earned a degree in kinesiology and a minor in coaching. He played football each of the four years he attended and was an all-league inside linebacker for the Pirates his sophomore year. During his four-year career as a Pirate, he started 34 of 40 games after winning the starting job during his freshman fall camp. He missed only three games in his career due to a cracked rib injury in his junior season.
Outside of football Brockhoff is passionate about personal training and athletic development of teens and youth. Living in Spokane for the summer in college, he spent two years working as the co-strength coach at Ferris HS working with both female and male athletes.
Brockhoff still lives in Aloha, Oregon, where he played high school football under Coach Casey from 2007-2010. He is truly humbled to be able to coach many of his high school teammates at George Fox and loves his A-Town family and community.