Sr. Associate AD | Football Defensive Coordinator
Joel Quattrone served 27 seasons as defensive coordinator and is in his 32nd year overall at Dickinson, also serving as the senior associate director of athletics. Quattrone has coached the Red Devils since 1985, leading the running backs, linebackers and the secondary before being named to his present post. He has also coached at Dartmouth College and Canisius College.
While at Dickinson, Quattrone has mentored 14 All-Americans, including two-time Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Eric Dube (2006 & 2007). The Red Devils produced the CC Defefensive Player of the Year in 1994, 1995 and 1998.
A four-year letter-winner, Quattrone captained the Canisius football team in 1981, then stayed on as a graduate assistant.
Quattrone and his wife Marla reside in Carlisle and have four children. His son Matt rececently completed his final season of football at McDaniel College while his daughter Megan is a member of the McDaniel field hockey and lacrosse teams.
Assistant Football Coach | Offensive Coordinator
Dickinson College announced the hiring of Nolan Swett (Colorado College '08) as an assistant football coach who will also serve as the offensive coordinator for the Red Devils, starting in the spring of 2017. Swett comes to Carlisle from the University of Montana where he spent the past two seasons as the outside wide receivers coach and pass game coordinator for the Division I Grizzlies.
The Grizzlies put up impressive numbers under Swett, ranking in the top 10-nationally in scoring, passing and total offense.
Swett arrived at UM after working for current Griz mentor Bob Stitt for five seasons as an assistant coach at the Colorado School of Mines. He coached the Orediggers’ tight ends during his first season at Mines, and from 2011-14, he coached the wide receivers and tight ends. In 2014, he also served as Mines’ recruiting coordinator.
During his coaching stint at Mines, Swett coached three All-American tight ends, eight All-Conference wide receivers and one academic All-American tight end. Swett spent the 2008 and 2009 seasons as the wide receivers coach at Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa.
During his four-year collegiate career as a tight end at Colorado College (2004-07), he established four records for the Tigers, including single-season touchdown receptions (10), career TD catches (31), career receiving yards (2,758), and career receptions (199).
He served as a team captain his senior season and was a First-team All-West Region and First-team All-American selection by d3football.com that season.
Swett earned his Bachelor’s Degree in History from Colorado College in 2008. He earned an M.A. in Education at Regis University. He is a 2004 graduate of Catalina Foothills High School in Tucson, Arizona.
Swett is relocating to the Carlisle area with his wife Laurie and daughter.
Assistant Football Coach/Co-Special Teams Coord.
Dominic Bornman (Juniata '13) joins the Red Devil coaching staff for the start of the 2017 season. He comes to Carlisle from Williamsport, Pa., where he spent three seasons as the wide receivers coach at Lycoming College. A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Bornman also oversaw the Warriors' strength training program.
In his first year with the squad, Bornman helped mentor Ryan Umpleby to a standout season as the wideout became just the third receiver in school history to post 1,000 receiving yards. As a team, the Warriors racked up 2,404 receiving yards, the fourth-highest total in program history and caught 24 touchdowns to rank third on that list. In 2015, the Warriors produced 3,806 yards of total offense, ranking fourth all-time. Bornman produced two First-team All-Middle Atlantic Conference selections while at Lycoming.
Bornman began his coaching career at Trinity High School in Harrisburg, Pa., where he worked with wide receivers during the 2013 season. He was a member of Juniata College’s football team from 2009-12, playing three seasons and sitting out the 2011 campaign with an injury.
He came back to have a phenomenal senior season, leading the squad with 666 receiving yards, finishing seventh in the Centennial Conference in yards per game, adding two touchdowns and 48 receptions. During his first two seasons, he worked into the line-up, catching 19 passes for 137 yards as a sophomore.
After his graduation from Juniata with a Bachelor of Arts in information technology and digital media in 2013, Bornman continued to play football, joining the Gridiron Development Football League’s Central Penn Piranhas, an adult-amateur team, where he played for two seasons.
Assistant Football Coach | Strength & Conditioning Coach
Coach Jazwinski enters his eigth season with the Red Devils. Prior to joining the Red Devils, he spent three years as an assistant coach at Susquehanna University. His primary responsibilities were recruiting and working with the defensive line.
A 2004 graduate of Washington & Jefferson College, Jazwinski earned First-team All-Presidents Athletic Conference honors, All-South Region and All-ECAC honors in 2002 and 2003. He was also named the W&J Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2002 and 2003, and selected to play in the Aztec Bowl. In addtion, he was honored as an SID All-American in 2003 and the W&J Senior Athlete of the Year.
He assists with recruiting and working with the offensive line as well as coordinating the Special Teams. Jazwinski is also the Strength & Conditioning Coordinator for all Varsity Teams at Dickinson College.
Assistant Football Coach
Coach Russick returns ro the Red Devil sidelines this fall and will work primarily with the running backs. He was on the staff in 2014 and returns after a one year hiatus. Russick spent three years with his alma mater, Susquehanna University before coming to Dickinson in 2014. Russick was a three-year letter-winner for the Crusaders, earning 31 consecutive starts on the offensive line.
Russick was a defensive lineman as a rookie, before settling in as a regular starter on offense. He helped the Crusaders capture a Liberty League title in 2009, earning a bid to the NCAA Division III playoffs. Also as a player, he assisted with the coordination of Breast Cancer Awareness, and Autism Awareness games at Susquehanna.
Russick graduated and joined the Susquehanna coaching staff in the spring of 2011. He worked primarily with the tight ends and the offensive line. In addition, he served as the video coordinator and played a key role in the development of the Crusaders’ youtube page and social media channels on twitter and facebook.
Earning a B.S. in biology, Russick has taught high school science for the past two years and is currently a member of the faculty at Central Dauphin East. Previously, he taught at Jacksonville and West Carteret High Schools in North Carolina. During his tenure, he was an assistant football coach at both schools, helping lead his teams to the state playoffs in 2015 and 2016.
He has volunteered at Lauren’s First and Goal Football Camp for a number of years and has also worked with the Panther Valley High School program as an offensive line coach.