Jason Lewis
Jason Lewis
Title: Offensive Coordinator - Football
Phone: 419.448.2948
Email: jlewis3@heidelberg.edu

Career Synopsis

  • The 2019 season is Lewis' 11th as a member of the Student Princes coaching staff
  • Mentored 21 All-OAC linemen
  • Following the 2016 season, Lewis was named offensive coordinator by head coach Scott Donaldson


  • Guided an offense that put up 3,583 yards of total offense and scored 32 touchdowns
  • Mentored Brad Wienhold, Trace Reynolds, Braden Jerome, and Maceo Matthews to All-OAC selection


  • Led Heidelberg to 4,470 total yards and 48 touchdowns in his first season as offensive coordinator
  • Guided eight players to All-OAC honors and two to All-Region honors
  • Coached All-Americans Brock Riggs and Cameron Vocke


  • Worked primarily with the offensive line
  • Coached Jake Hankish to all-conference and all-region honors


  • Worked closely with the offensive line, which garnered two All-OAC selections (Alex Damschroder, Jake Hankish)
  • Mentored Damschroder, who earned D3Football.com All-Region honors for the third consecutive season


  • Guided the offensive line, which set school record for yards per game (533.5)
  • Tutored Austin Hunter, a D3football.com All-American and OAC Ken Wable Award winner


  • Mentored offensive line that paved the way for a school record 481 points
  • His line blocked for Cartel Brooks' NCAA All-Divisions record 465 yards rushing at Baldwin Wallace 11/16
  • Coached Quentin Rembert, a D3football.com All-American and OAC Ken Wable Award winner


  • Worked with the offensive line and helped Heidelberg clinch first NCAA playoff berth


  • As a full time assistant, continued his work with the offensive line


  • Served as a graduate assistant
  • Coached Nate Kater, a D3football.com All-American and OAC Ken Wable Award winner

Collegiate Experience

  • 2007 graduate of Mount Union
  • Won two national championships with the Purple Raiders
  • Two-time All-American
  • Two-time OAC Ken Wable Award winner given to top offensive lineman in the conference


  • Resides in Tiffin with his wife, Amanda and two children, Braydon and Colton
  • Graduate of Sylvania Northview
  • Follow Coach Lewis on Twitter:  @CoachJasonLewis  @BergFootball