Mount Union offensive coordinator Geoff Dartt has been named a finalist for the FootballScoop.com Coach of the Year award.
Dartt is in his seventh year on the Mount Union football staff and his fifth as offensive coordinator. This past season, the Purple Raiders offense led the nation in scoring (55.2 points per game) and team pass efficiency (223.24), second nationally in first downs (336), third down conversions (56.1-percent) and third in passing offense (344 yards per game).
Dartt returned to Mount Union in 2018 after a season as the offensive line coach at Western Kentucky and was named OAC Assistant Coach of the Year. As offensive coordinator at Mount Union from 2013-16, his unit posted 17 top-10 national statistical performances including leading the nation in scoring twice.
He came back to his alma mater in 2012 after spending four seasons as an assistant football coach at Wheaton (Ill.) College. At Wheaton, he worked two years with offensive tackles and tight ends then the last two years as offensive line coach. He also coordinated video operations, was junior varsity offensive coordinator and assistant strength coach.
A native of Port Clinton, Ohio, Dartt was a three-year letterwinner as an offensive lineman at Mount Union. He was part of three national championship teams (2002, 2005, 2006) and was an All-OAC selection in 2007. He graduated in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in health and physical education.
He and his wife Jan along with their daughter reside in Alliance.