Brad Dunlay enters his sixth year coaching the offensive line for the Georgetown football program.
In 2010, Dunlay guided the offensive line, as they paved the way for an improved offensive attack that had 3,230 yards of total offense.
During Dunlay's first year with the Hoyas in 2006, the Georgetown offensive line was a key factor in helping then-freshman Charlie Houghton earn Patriot League Rookie of the Year honors, the first major award for a Georgetown player since joining the league. In 2007, the front five helped senior Kyle Van Fleet on his way to earning Second Team All-Patriot League honors and were responsible for protecting quarterback Matt Bassuener, who threw for the most completions (211) in a single season at Georgetown and had the seventh-most passing yardage (1,874) in a season. In 2009, Dunlay's offensive line helped the Hoyas pass for 2,093, including a 332-yard passing game against Yale for then freshman QB Isaiah Kempf.
Dunlay came to the Hilltop after spending the previous five years at Maine Maritime Academy, where he was an assistant coach and guided the offensive line. While at Maine Maritime, Dunlay was involved in the day-to-day operations of the program, working to implement practice plans, breaking down of film, assisting weight room supervision and handling recruiting. He helped the Mariners to a 7-3 record last season, including an appearance in the ECAC North Atlantic Championship Game.
A native of Sauquoit, NN.Y., Dunlay is a 1999 graduate of Springfield (Mass.) College. He returned to his alma mater to earn his master's degree in athletic administration in 2001.
Dunlay and his wife, Sarah, have one daughter, Brooke (3), and one son, Nolan.