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Ron Wolfley
Head Coach


Office Phone #: 602-285-7243

· Born: 10/14/62 in Buffalo, New York

· Graduated from Frontier High School in 1981, All-Conference, All-Section, All-State. Ron was a Running Back and a Strong Safety

· Attended West Virginia University from 1981-85.

· Drafted in the fourth-round (#104 overall) by the St. Louis Football Cardinals in 1985.

· Played for the Cardinals Organization (St. Louis and Phoenix) from 1985 - 1991.

· Played for the Cleveland Browns in 1992 and 1993.

· Played for the St. Louis Rams in 1995.

· Retired from the NFL in 1996.

· Radio Talk Show Host (ESPN Radio 860) 1997-2001 (Full-Time).

· Radio Talk Show Host (ESPN Radio 860) 2001 - Present (Part-Time).

· President and Founder of The Academy (School for HS football players).

Honors: College
· Honorable Mention All-American at WVU (1983-84)
· Team Captain at WVU (1984)
· All-Big East

Honors: Professional
· Pro Bowl selection 1986, 1987, 1988 and 1989.
· NFL Alumni Player of the Year (Special Teams) 1987.
· Member of the All-Madden Team 1989.
· Winner of the Ed Block Courage Award (St. Louis Rams) in 1995.
· Team Captain 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1993.

Presently a color analyst for the Arizona Rattlers and had spent four years as a host on KMVP 860am both mornings and afternoon drive. Since retirement from football in 1995, Ron has continued to be involved with numerous charities. I also host Arizona's NFL with Ron Wolfley heard in Phoenix on ESPN Radio 860.

"I am wildly excited to take over the program and implement my own philosophy on how football is played," he said. "Football is in my blood and I have the most respect and love for the game and the players that play it.

Ron is married to Stephanie and has four children Ashley, Connor, Jenna and Cade with hobbies of writing, reading and sketching.


Dale Wolfley
Assistant Head Coach
Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Line Coach


Office Phone #: 602-285-7707

· Born: 4/11/67 in Buffalo, New York

· Graduated from: Orchard Park High School in 1986, positions played OL/LB

· Honors received: Parade Magazine-All American, All-state, All Western New York-Team captain-Most Valuable Player

· Attended: West Virginia University from 1986-1990, positions played O/L

· Honors received: 2 Time All-American, All-East, All ECAC, All-Independent Team-Team Captain-Received Bill Russell Award for Outstanding Lineman. Played in Fiesta, Gator & Sun Bowls.

· Consulted and established hand trapping program for Offensive & Defensive Lineman at West Virginia and Ohio state football programs.

· Coaching Experience: 3 years West Virginia University as a Graduate Assistant O/L, TE's & Special Teams Coach as well as Assistant strength & conditioning coach. Coached in Sugar & Carquest Bowl Games.

· Personal: Dale has been married for 9 years to his wife Kathleen and has 4 children: Stone, Maverick, Jaden, & Talley.

§ Hobbies: Family, Martial arts, and Reading

Tom Bresnahan
Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line Coach


Office Phone #: 602-285-7707

Thomas played collegiate football at Holy Cross, where he received cum laude honors in economics and philosophy with a bachelor's degree in 1956, masters in education from Springfield College in Massachusetts in 1960. He is married to Elaine with four grown children; Thomas, Charles, Daniel and Denise.

His coaching experience began as a line coach at Cathedral High School in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1956. He then moved on to line coaching duties for Fort Dix New Jersey Interservice Team in 1957-1959, Holyoke (MA) High School 1959-1961, served as head coach at Drury High School, North Adams, MA (1961-1963)

Thomas has spent over forty years in coaching, his driving force. He contributed to the Chief's first winning season in eight years in 1981, was instrumental in Kansas City being ranked second in the NFL in rushing the same year. During his stint at Navy, the Midshipmen appeared in 1978 Holiday Bowl and 1980 Garden State Bowl, helped Navy post a 24-11 record his last 3 seasons there. He also coached the offensive linemen at Columbia when the Lions' 6-2-1 record in 1971 was the best in 10 years. Thomas was both an offensive and defensive line coach at William College.

Born January 21, 1935
1 year Armed Service
5 years coaching at High Schools
18 years coaching colleges
· 5 years William College (1963-1968)
· 5 years Columbia (1968-1973)
· 8 years Naval Academy (1973-1980)

16 ½ years with Pro-Teams
· 2 years Kansas City Chiefs (1981-1982)
· 2 years New York Giants (1983 - 1984)
· 3 years St. Louis -Phoenix Cardinals (1986 -1988)
· 9 years Buffalo Bills - (1989-1997) 4 with Super Bowls
· 1 year pre-season with Dolphins

Steven Sierra
Assistant Coach, Transition Coach


Office Phone #: 602-285-7707

· Born: 2/6/1975 in Santa Barbara, California

· Graduated: Carpentaria High School
Played 4 years as strong safety and corner

· Honors: Team caption 2 years

· Coaching Experience: MESA High School 2002 (Co Head Coach and Defensive Co. Junior team) (T.E. Line Backer Varsity)

· Attended: Phoenix College

· Coaching Experience: 2 years at Phoenix College

· Professional Experience: Assistant Coach California Thunder 1997

· Co- founded Semi Pro Team Santa Barbara '98 to '99

· Defensive Coordinator South California Cardinals 2000-won California football Association Championship - Record of 12-1-1

· Personal: Steven has been married for 8 years to his wife Holli and has four children: Matt, Sam, Adam and new baby girl Marlie Ann

· Hobbies: River Rafting, hanging out with family, Barbequing

Aaron Frazier
Assistant Coach, Wide Receiver Coach


Office Phone #: 602-285-7707

· Born: February 11, 1975 in Phoenix, Arizona

· Graduated from: North High School with three years varsity playing RB, WR, CB, FS, K

· Honors: All Metro Honors, 1000 Yard Season

· Graduated from: Phoenix College, Utah State University with a BA in Communication and Journalism, position played was WR

· Honors received: 1st Team All Western States, Honorable Mention All -American, 1st Team All Conference, Team MVP, Team Offensive Captain, Team MVP

· Professional: Arizona Rattlers, Los Angeles Avengers, Calgary Stampeders, Fresno Frenzy, San Diego Riptides.

· Coaching Experience: Coached at North High School, Football and Basketball

· Personal: Aaron has supports from his parents, Miller and Carol Frazier, his sister, Franchelle Frazier, his wife Karla William Frazier and his children, Destiny Clear and Aaron Jr.

· Hobbies: Reading, sports and traveling

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