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  Brian Boerboom

Brian Boerboom

Player Profile

Colorado Springs, Colo.

Offensive Line

4th Season

Alma Mater:
Nebraska (1992)

Coach Boerboom is in his fourth year as the offensive line coach at Southeast Missouri State University. He is one of seven current Southeast coaches that played collegiately at the University of Nebraska.

Coach Boerboom is in his fourth season coaching the offensive linemen at Southeast.

Boerboom was an All-Big Eight Conference selection for Nebraska in 1991.

Boerboom came to the Southeast program from Great Bridge High School in Chesapeake, Va., where he served as head coach since 2003. During his tenure as head coach at Great Bridge, Boerboom's Wildcats earned a fifth place state finish in 2005 and led their district in passing yards each season. Prior to coaching at Great Bridge, Boerboom held assistant coaching positions at Greenville College and Colorado College as well as several high schools in Colorado.

Boerboom has instructed several summer camps which include: N.C. State, University of Virginia, University of Nebraska, University of Illinois, Colorado College and the F.C.A. football camp located in Cuba, Mo.

Boerboom played his collegiate football at the University of Nebraska where he was a three-year letterman and two-year starter at offensive tackle. He was an All-Big Eight selection in 1991 and participated in both the Fiesta Bowl and Orange Bowl under coach Tom Osborne. In 1992, Boerboom became a member of the Cincinnati Bengals practice squad with whom he practiced, scrimmaged and played in pre-season games. He also played for the Connecticut Coyotes of the Arena Football League in 1995.

Boerboom is a 1992 graduate of the University of Nebraska where he received his bachelor's degree in Secondary Education. In 2002, he earned a master's degree in physical education from Trinity College. Coach Boerboom, a native of Colorado Springs, Colo., and his wife, Stacy, are the proud parents of five children, Zach, Jacob, Sarah, Mary Caitlin and Nathan.


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