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HEAD COACH DUSTIN HADA

Hada enters his first season in 2020 as the Head Coach for the Southern Nazarene University football program.

For the past four seasons, Hada served as Southern Nazarene's Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line coach under former SNU head coach Andy Lambert. Since his arrival in Bethany, Hada has helped the Crimson Storm offense to over 6,800 rushing yards and 56 touchdowns. In the last four years, he coached seven All-GAC selections including a league-best 24 GAC All-Academic Team recipients a season ago.

Hada comes to Bethany after spending the previous season at fellow Great American Conference member Northwestern Oklahoma State as the Associate Head Coach. He served as the Offensive Line Coach, Camp Coordinator and Academic Coordinator.

Before Northwestern, Hada spent six seasons at Southwestern Oklahoma State. Starting in 2009, He served as the Offensive Line Coach where he had five different All-Conference selections. In 2012, Co-Offensive Coordinator duties were added as he had the No. 2 and 3 career rushing leaders in school history. In 2014 He was named Assistant Head Coach and became the Co-Offensive Coordinator.

Hada coached nine seasons at Olivet Nazarene (2000-08) where he helped the Tigers win the NCCAA Victory Bowl in 2004 and 2005. ONU won the Mid-States Football Association titel in 2003. He also scored three different NAIA All-Americans. He served as the Defensive Coordinator from 2003-08, Outside Linebackers and Strong Safety Coach from 2007-08 and the Defensive Line Coach from 2000-07. He also was the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator from 2002-08.

He also spent the spring of 2000 as an Offensive Line Assistant at Mid-America Nazarene.

Hada earned a bachelor's in biology from Mid-America Nazarene in 2000 and a master's in teaching from Olivet Nazarene in 2002.

He was a four-year letterman at MNU where he was selected to the National and HAAC vs. NIAC All-Star Games. He helped lead the Pioneers to three different bowl appearances as well.

Hada and his wife Dana live in Weatherford with their daughter Maddy.