about coach vince suriano

Vince Suriano has spent a lifetime coaching football. In his 43 years of coaching, 23 years have been as a head coach. 

Inducted into the Ohio High School Football Coaches Hall of Fame in 2013, Vince brings with him a breadth of knowledge and expertise in what is takes to be a successful player and coach.

Most recently, he was a member of the University of Cincinnati football staff as Director of High School & Player Relations for four seasons from 2013 to 2016, where he worked with the offensive staff and relationships with high school programs in the tri-state area. Additionally, Vince was the on-field director of the University of Cincinnati summer football camps during his time on staff.

Previously he was the senior offensive assistant and quarterbacks coach at Thomas More College.

Coach Suriano spent the 2007-11 seasons at the College of Mount St. Joseph, where he was the associate head coach and offensive coordinator, helping lead MSJ to a conference championship in 2009 and playoff appearances in 2007 and 2009.

Prior to Mount St. Joseph, Coach Suriano served as the head coach at Anderson High School from 1987-2007. During that time, he had a 147-61 record and had three undefeated regular seasons, won 12 conference championships and appeared in the state playoffs nine times. He was inducted into the Anderson HS Hall of Fame in the spring of 2012.

He also served as the head coach at Cadiz High School from 1984-1986 and as an assistant coach at Martins Ferry High School from 1974-1984.

Coach Suriano, who earned his bachelor's degree from West Liberty State College and his master's degree from the University of Dayton, is a member of the Ohio High School Coaches Association, Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association, American Football Coaches Association and the National Education/Ohio Education Association.

Vince and his wife Crystle have two sons, Michael and Christopher, three grandchildren and live in Anderson Township in Cincinnati, OH.