Mailing Address: 700 College Street, Beloit, Wisconsin, 53511
Athletic Department Fax: (608) 363-2044
, Asst. HC/Co-Offensive Coord./QBs
Jeremy Warren, a former standout quarterback for the Bucs, enters his fifth season as an assistant coach with Beloit in 2018. Warren is a Co-Offensive Coordinator and quarterback coach. Prior to the 2018 season, he was named an Assistant Head Coach. He has led the Buccaneer offense to great success as that unit has steadily improved during his time at Beloit. In 2015, the Beloit offense ranked in the top half of every major statistical category in the Midwest Conference. In 2016, Warren mentored all conference QB Danny May while the offense set school records for passing percentage and yards per play.
Prior to arriving at his alma mater, Warren was the head coach at East High School in Rockford, IL, from 2010 to 2013. He spent eight years at Rock Valley College in Rockford, IL, serving as Head Football Coach and Assistant Athletic Director. While at Rock Valley he also worked as the Head Baseball Coach and Academic Advisor for student-athletes over the course of his career there. Warren was named the conference Coach of the Year in 2005 while leading the RVC football program to two consecutive playoff appearances.
Warren coached at North Central College in Naperville, IL, from 1998 to 2002. During that time he served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He started his coaching career at Beloit College as a volunteer offensive coach in 1997.
As a player, Jeremy Warren led some of Beloit College’s best football teams. He played quarterback and led the team to the Midwest Conference North Division championship in 1995.
Warren was the Buccaneers’ Offensive Player of the year his junior and senior years, earning All-MWC honors both seasons. He was inducted into the Beloit College Athletic Hall of Honor in 2007.
Warren graduated from Beloit College in 1996 with a Bachelors of Arts degree in sociology. He is originally from nearby Roscoe, IL, and he was a standout athlete at Hononegah High School. He currently resides in Roscoe with his wife, Tiffany, and his two children, Cole and Haley.