Chris Scheidt served as wide receivers coach for the first Rose-Hulman football conference championship team in 25 years during the 2013 season.
Scheidt, who will enter his his second season as wide receivers coach during the upcoming 2014 season, led a unit that helped Rose-Hulman score the second-most points (322) and gain the second-most yards (4,150) in school history.
Scheidt's efforts helped the Rose-Hulman receiving corps flourish despite an injury riddled season in 2013. The final tally included 13 players with at least one pass reception and nine players catching at least one touchdown pass during the championship season.
In his first season at Rose-Hulman in 2012, Scheidt coached a wide receiving corps that featured second-team all-league selections Aaron Abbott and Jacob Dye.
Prior to his Rose-Hulman stint, Scheidt most recently served as wide receivers coach and recruiting assistant at the University of Cincinnati for one season. His efforts helped the Bearcats recruit a class judged by national services as the top recruiting class in program history in 2012. He also served roles in game film breakdown, practice scripts, playbooks and data input.
Prior to his time at Cincinnati, Scheidt completed a football assistant practicum at Bowling Green State University. He helped organize and run the team's 7-on-7 passing camps, organized the budget and assisted with the team's recruiting process.
Scheidt played four seasons of college football as a wide receiver at Bowling Green State. He earned a bachelor of science degree in sports management with a minor in marketing in 2011. Currently, Scheidt is enrolled in the master's degree program in recreation and sport management at Indiana State University.