UIndy football coach retires after 9 years

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INDIANAPOLIS – University of Indianapolis head football coach Bob Bartolomeo on Monday announced his retirement.

UIndy said the Greyhounds compiled a 79-26 overall record, six conference titles and five NCAA playoffs appearances while Bartolomeo was coach. 

Sue Willey, UIndy’s vice president for intercollegiate athletics, issued this statement in a news release:

“‘Coach Bart’ has had an immeasurable effect not only on the UIndy football program, but on UIndy Athletics and the University as a whole. It has been an honor and privilege to work with him over the last 12 years and witness how he transformed the football program into the Division II powerhouse with his integrity and professionalism. Our friendship is invaluable and will always have a special place in my heart. Coach Bart will forever be a Greyhound.”

Unidy said it will soon announce plans for the next head coach.

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