Former Colorado State linebackers coach Sean Cronin has been added to Army’s staff as a defensive assistant.
Cronin comes to West Point after two seasons as Colorado State’s linebackers coach. Army has yet to announce the hiring of Cronin. It’s likely that Cronin will coach Army’s defensive line.
Eric McDaniel, Army’s defensive line coach, will be joining has Shiel Wood on Troy’s defensive staff, we are told.
Cronin brings 13 years of experience coaching defense at the Division I-A level including two stints as Marshall’s defensive line coach in 2010 and 2013-16. He also coached at Temple (defensive line, 2010-12) and South Florida (defensive tackles, 2017-18, linebackers 2019).
A two-time national champion at Georgetown (Ky.) College, Cronin started his coaching career at Clarion in 2004 and was a graduate assistant at Marshall (2005) and Florida (2006-08) before landing a position as defensive line coach at The Citadel in 2009.