Gonzaga hires football coach
Aaron Brady, an assistant coach at Landon the past two seasons, has been hired as Gonzaga’s new football coach. He succeeds Joe Reyda, who resigned in December but remains the Northwest Washington school’s athletic director.
“There is so much history at Gonzaga, it’s a storied program and a good academic place,” Brady said. “Obviously, they’re in the best league in the area. I’m very excited about that and the opportunity to compete in the [Washington Catholic Athletic Conference]. I want to be at the highest level I can. They’re committed to winning and that league is not easy.”
Brady, 33, previously was the head coach at Bullis for two seasons, guiding the Bulldogs to a 4-16 record in 2006 and 2007.
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