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Charlie Flohr enters his eighth season at Northwest and third as offensive coordinator.
Regarded as one of the top offensive minds in NCAA Division II, Flohr has also earned the reputation as a winner, going 61-4 during conference play in seven seasons at Northwest. The Bearcats also claimed the program’s third national title in 2009 and earned three national runner-up finishes from 2006 to 2008.
In 2012, Flohr’s offensive units led the MIAA and were ranked fifth nationally with a scoring average of 41.92 points per game. This was a follow up to the Bearcat’s record-setting offensive unit in 2011 that averaged more than 50 points per game during the regular season and shared the lead in total offense most of the season before finishing fourth at 495.07 yards per game. The MIAA leader in passing efficiency, Trevor Adams also finished ranked 11th in NCAA Division II as Northwest set the school record for points scored in a season with 681. The 681 points was also the second most in college football regardless of division and was only surpassed by NCAA Division I Houston by nine points in its bowl game win.
Flohr served as a graduate assistant with the Bearcats in 2002 and 2003 and was placed in charge of tight ends. His first full time position was with then-conference-rival Truman, where he served as the Bulldogs’ wide receivers and recruiting coach.
A native of Gillette, Wyo., Flohr is a 2002 graduate of Dakota State University in Madison, S.D., where he earned a degree in health and physical education and earned his master’s at Northwest in 2003. Flohr was a four-year letterwinner in football at his alma mater and was a two-time honorable mention all-conference selection at wide receiver. He graduated as the program’s all-time leader in punt returns.
Flohr resides in Maryville with his wife, Amy, who is also a Northwest alum, and their children Adam, Austin and Alec.