Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Lamberson takes job at SE Okla. State

Maryville Daily Forum
Mon Jul 14, 2008, 06:37 PM CDT

Maryville, Mo. -
Josh Lamberson, the second-leading passer in Northwest Missouri State history, has been hired as an assistant football coach at Southeastern Oklahoma State in Durant, Okla. Lamberson will be the quarterbacks coach for head coach Ray Richards’ Savage Storm.

Lamberson passed for 7,365 yards, threw 65 touchdowns and rushed for 12 in a career that spanned the 2002-05 seasons. He quarterbacked the Bearcats to a national runner-up appearance as a senior in 2005 and passed for 326 yards and a score in the championship game against Grand Valley State.

Lamberson earned his master’s degree in education from Northwest last December. He worked primarily with Bearcat quarterbacks while serving as a graduate assistant for the program during the past two seasons.

In Durant, Lamberson will be reunited with former Northwest wide receiver Scott Courter, who serves as the Savage Storm’s offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach. Courter was a student-athlete at Northwest from 1995-99. He was the Bearcats’ wide receivers coach during the 2003-04 campaigns.

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