Ben Fox
Ben Fox
Title: Assistant Football Coach -- Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks
Phone: (334) 833-4320
Education: MBA, Bryant University; B.S., Business Administration, Washington University in St. Louis

Ben Fox joined the Huntingdon staff as the wide receivers coach in 2012. He was named the Hawks' passing game coordinator in 2015 and became the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in 2016.

During his first four seasons working with the Hawks' passing game, Huntingdon generated more than 10,900 yards of passing offense and 104 passing touchdowns.

During the 2015 conference championship season, the Hawks set a program record with 482 points scored. The 2014 team ranked third in Huntingdon history with an average of 476.6 yards of offense per game. In 2013, Huntingdon set a then-Division III record with 585.8 yards of offense per game and school records for passing yards in a season (3,447) and passing touchdowns (32). 

In 2015, receiver Nick Haas became the first Huntingdon receiver to earn All-Conference honors in the USA South Athletic Conference. In Huntingdon's first three seasons in the USA South, Fox's receivers also excelled in the classroom as 10 receivers were named Academic All-Conference and two were named to the Hampshire Honor Society.

Fox came to Huntingdon from Bryant University, where he spent three seasons as an assistant coach. Fox coached the defensive line for two seasons as a graduate assistant before coaching the receivers in 2011.

As Bryant's receivers coach, Fox worked with all-conference receiver Jordan Harris. During the 2011 season, Harris ranked second in the nation in yards per catch (22.8). Harris signed a free agent contract with the St. Louis Rams in May 2014.

Fox earned his MBA at Bryant University and his B.S. in Business Administration at Washington University in St. Louis.

A four-year player at Washington University in St. Louis, he began his college career as a quarterback before playing three seasons at defensive back. He was an academic All-Conference selection in the University Athletic Association.

A native of Gray, Tenn., Fox was a four-year letterman in football and basketball at Daniel Boone High School and was valedictorian of his senior class.

Fox is the son of Mark and Beth Fox and has one sister, Meredith. Fox and his wife, the former Katherine Poeltl, have one daughter, Kinsley Paige Fox.