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Offensive Coaching Staff
Offensive Coordinator / Offensive Line
Nick Fulton enters his second year as the Yellow Jackets' offensive coordinator.
"Coach Fulton brings a wealth of knowledge to us with all of his coaching experiences," said head coach John Reiners. "When we brought him in for his interview he fit right in with everything Yellow Jacket Football stands for. The new and exciting things that he wants to implement on offense really compliment the style that we already have in place."
Fulton was previously the graduate assistant in 2010 at the University of Wyoming football program. A native of Laramie, Wyo., Fulton returned to Wyoming after serving as an assistant football coach at Doane College in Crete, Neb., since August 2006.
Fulton coached the offensive line and tight ends at Doane. He also held positions as video coordinator, interim director of football operations, head junior varsity coach and offensive coordinator for the junior varsity team. He coached nine All-Conference offensive linemen.
From July 2004 to August 2006, Fulton was an admissions counselor at his alma mater, the University of Sioux Falls in Sioux Falls, S.D. During his last year at USF, he was a volunteer assistant coach from March 2005 to August 2006, while working with the offensive line.
He completed his bachelor's degree in communications at Sioux Falls in 2003, following an outstanding college career as an offensive linemen. Fulton earned all-conference and honorable mention all-American honors from NAIAFootball.net. He played on three conference championship teams from 2001-03. Sioux Falls was the NAIA National Runner-up in 2001. Both his 2002 and 2003 teams advanced to the semifinals of the National Playoffs. He was voted a co-captain of the 2003 team.
Assistant Coach / Running Backs
Coach Schleusner is entering his third season with the Yellow Jacket coaching staff and will serve as the full-time running backs coach.
Schleusner was born in Minneapolis, Minn. and graduated from New Underwood High School in New Underwood, S.D. in 1998. Coach Schleusner returned to his home state of Minnesota to play his college football at Southwest Minnesota State where he received his bachelors degree in Physical Education and Exercise Science.
Schleusner was a four year starter at Southwest State, where he earned four year all-conference honors, is the freshman rushing record holder, played three years in the arena football league and spent some time with the Minnesota Vikings. Most recently, he completed his fourth year in the European Football League.
Assistant Coach / Kickers / Punters
Bio. Coming Soon!
Graduate Assistant / Offensive Line
Shawn begins his first season as a Graduate Assistant for the defense while coaching the offensive line with offensive coordinator, Nick Fulton.
Shawn comes to BHSU after most recently coaching a teaching at T.F Riggs HS in Pierre, SD where he also coached the freshman football team, was the weight room supervisor, and summer strength & conditioning coach since 2010. On top of coaching on the gridiron, Shawn taught the foundation of biology, general science, and physical science. Prior to T.F Riggs, Shawn also student taught at Roosevelt HS in Sioux Falls, SD where he again taught biology.
As a football player, Shawn played offensive line for four years at the University of Sioux Falls from 2006 to 2009. During his time as a player for the Cougars, his team went 56-1 on way to 3 National Championships (2006, 2008, 2009). In 2007, he helped his team finish as the national runner-up. Shawn graduated from USF in 2010 with a bachelor’s in Biology and Secondary Education.
Shawn is currently pursuing his master’s degree in Education at BHSU while coaching.
Student Coach / Quarterbacks / Wide Receivers
Cegelski enters his first season on the Yellow Jackets coaching staff as a student coach on the offensive side of the ball.
Cegelski is originally from Cheyenne, Wyoming where he is a graduate of Cheyenne Central HS where he was an All-State quarterback in the 2005 and 2006 seasons. Cegelski helped guide CCHS to the Wyoming 5A State Championship and was a part of the 2006 Super 25.
Upon graduation, Cegelski continued his playing career at the University of Wyoming Cowboy football program. In 2008, he moved to a student assistant role at UW under Joe Glenn and worked with the quarterbacks and offensive coordinator, Bob Cole. In 2009, Cegelski was with the Cowboy football program in the same capacity under Dave Christensen. In 2010 and 2011, he moved back to CCHS to be the team's quarterback coach and eventually was promoted to the CCHS's offensive coordinator for the 2012 season.
Cegelski's father, Robert Brick Cegelski, is the current head football coach at CCHS and his mother, Laura, is a dental hygentist in Cheyenne. His sister, Shelby, currently attends Montana State University.
Cegelski is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education at BHSU.
Student Coach / Wide Receivers
Freeman enters his first season with the Yellow Jackets as part of the offensive coaching staff, where he spends most of his time coaching the wide receivers.
On top of coaching his position groups, Freeman sends in the offensive play calls from the sidelines. Freeman began his tenure in January of 2013 and is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in General Studies when not coaching. Some of Freeman’s responsibilities included opponent breakdown through Hudl and other game film and assist in high school summer camps.
Prior to joining the Yellow Jackets, Freeman worked as a student assistance coach of offense for the University of Wyoming Cowboy football team with current offensive coordinator, Nick Fulton. While at Wyoming, Freeman assisted with the running backs and wide receivers in the meeting room and on the practice field. He also worked alongside the Cowboy’s graduate assistants with film breakdown during game weeks and producing weekly scouting reports. At Wyoming, Freeman again assisted with high school summer camps and gained valuable experience while helping the team during the 2011 New Mexico Bowl at season’s end.
Originally from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Freeman worked at both Westmoore HS as an inside wide receivers coach and at Southmoore HS as an assistant offensive coach and technology coordinator for the freshman team. In 2008, prior to coaching at the high school ranks, Freeman spent time at South Dakota State University as a daily assistant to the defensive coordinator. As a defensive student assistant, Freeman helped film practice, assisted in summer camps, assisted on the practice field and helped the Gas in scout team meetings and preparation during the week. While at SDSU, the defense ranked second in the Missouri Valley conference in rushing defense.
Freeman resides in Spearfish as he finishes his academic degree program while preparing for his first full season with the Jacket football team.