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|Office||Lamkin Activity Center|
|Alma Mater||Northwest Missouri State|
Chad Bostwick enters his third season at Northwest as the linebackers coach where he was an All-MIAA linebacker from 2001-2004.
In 2011, Bostwick coached Chad Kilgore, one of the most prolific linebackers in Northwest history. Kilgore, who was signed by the Oakland Raiders following his senior season, earned All-America accolades by every publication that covers Division II football.
Bostwick served as the linebackers and special teams coach at the University of Central Missouri during the spring of 2011. Prior to his time at UCM, he spent four seasons as the offensive line coach at Colorado School of Mines.
Bostwick is the brother of Scott Bostwick, who was named Northwest’s 18th head football coach in December and died June 5, 2011, of a heart attack.
A native of Omaha, Neb., Bostwick earned his bachelor’s degree from Northwest in 2005 and received his master’s
in 2006. Bostwick resides in Maryville with his wife, Kelli, who is also a Northwest alum, and their daughters, Geordynn and Ryleigh.