Leesburg, Va. (March 10, 2015) – Riverside High School has announced Brian Day will be the new head football coach starting in the fall of 2015.
Coach Day comes from Flint Hill High School, where he was an assistant coach in charge of the QB’s and Passing Game. Prior to Flint Hill, Coach Day spent eight years as an assistant coach at Westfield High School, where they won the 2007 VHSL AAA Division 6 State Championship, as well as six Concorde District championships, two Northern Regional Championships and four Regional Runner-Ups.
During his time at Westfield, Coach Day was also the Head Coach, Game Director and Offensive Coordinator of the Northern Region Classic in 2006 and 2007 which showcased the best football players in the Northern Region.
In 2011 Coach Day moved to Centreville High School where he helped them win the 2011 Northern Regional Championship and 2011 VHSL AAA Division 6 State Championship Runner Up.
In 2012 Coach Day took his first Head Coaching opportunity at Herndon High School. While only posting a 2-18 win/loss record as a head coach for two years Coach Day brings a wealth of experience from those years to Riverside High School.
In 2014 Coach Day joined his former Head Coach Tom Verbanic at Flint Hill High School as their QB coach and Passing Game Coordinator.
Since 2013 Coach Day has been involved in coaching the US National Teams in the International Bowl which is played between the USA and Canada at Texas Stadium in Dallas, TX. In 2013 Coach Day was the Offensive Coordinator for the U-15 team and in 2014 for the U-16 team. Coach Day also comes to Riverside as a Player Safety Coach and is certified in Heads Up Football by USA Football.
As a player, Coach Day accepted a full scholarship to Marshall University where he played for two years before transferring to NCAA Division II Lenoir-Rhyne College in Hickory, N.C. At Lenoir-Rhyne, he played both football and baseball from 1996-1998. Coach Day graduated in 1998 with a degree in Sports Management.
Coach Day is also a 1993 graduate from Fairfax High School and in 2015 was inducted into the Fairfax High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
Coach Day currently lives in Brambleton with his wife Courtney, who is also a teacher.