Woodley resides in Urbandale with his wife Betsy.
Berlin played high school football at Urbandale and was a four-year starter and All-American at the University of Northern Iowa. He still holds numerous Gateway Conference and UNI receiving records. While at UNI, Berlin was also a Missouri Valley Conference high jump champion. In 2001, Berlin was drafted in the fifth round by the Tennessee Titans. He played wide receiver and special teams for the Titans for four seasons. Berlin played for the Chicago Bears in 2005 and the New England Patriots in 2006.
Pilcher was head coach for three seasons at Nevada and Louisa-Muscatine High Schools. He spent eight years as an assistant football coach at Nevada, Muscatine, and Mountain Grove High Schools, and one year as an assistant coach at Iowa Central Community College.
As a player, Pilcher was a two-year first team all conference selection and a Des Moines Register All-State Lineman. He was a three-year starter for the University of Northern Iowa where he received all-conference recognition and the Oil Can Award his senior year.
Pilcher resides in with his wife Michelle and their three children, Grayden, Maya, and Brock.
Pilcher holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from the University of Northern Iowa. He completed his Master of Sport Science degree in Sport Management degree from the United States Sports Academy and is currently working on his School Administration endorsement through Viterbo University.
Grubb began his coaching career in 1979 at Chaparral Middle School (New Mexico) and later became the head coach at Wathena High School (Kansas). He has spent the past 24 years coaching in Iowa.
Grubb is a 1979 graduate of Buena Vista University where he participated in football and wrestling. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education K-12 and minors in Speech and Drama.
Jepson was a two-year starting quarterback for Iowa Central Community College in 1996-97 where he earned All-Region and Academic All-American recognition. He continued his playing career at Cal Poly State where he was a starter, two-year letter winner, and team captain. Jepson two seasons in the Arena Football League with the Sioux Falls Cobras and Iowa Barnstormers.
Jepson graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cal Poly State. He resides in Des Moines with his wife Krista, son Jack, and daughter Willow.
Elbert comes to Grand View from Simpson College where, in 2007, he returned, having coached for the Storm from 2003-05. In 2003, the Storm qualified for the national playoffs and finished the season 9-2. In 2006, Elbert coached the defensive backs at Minnesota State University. He coached the offensive and defensive lines at Indianola High School from 1996-97 and in 2002. In 2002 the Indians qualified for the state 4A playoffs. Elbert spent the 1993-95 seasons at Warrensburg High School in Missouri. Warrensburg went 21-10 record from 1993-95 and won its first-ever 4A district title in 1993. In 1992, Elbert coached wide receivers and defensive backs at Ottumwa High School and the bulldogs qualified for its first 4A playoff appearance.
Elbert holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sports Administration from Simpson College.
He resides in with his wife Kristie their daughter Taylor and sons Brayden and Brock.
Barnabo begins his second year at Grand View as the defensive line coach. He is currently physical education teacher at Des Moines at Dowling Catholic High School in West Des Moines, a position that he has held since 1996. At Dowling, Barnabo served as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach. Barnabo's teams won back-to-back state football championships and went 26-0 in 2000 and 2001. He has spent the past four years coaching at Urbandale High School as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach.
Barnabo graduated from Parker High School in Janesville, Wisconsin, in 1982. He was an All-State linebacker and All-State Shrine Bowl participant. Barnabo played football at Drake University from 1982-87. He then served as a graduate assistant football coach at Montana State University from 1987-89. He was the Defensive Coordinator at Lake Worth High School (Florida) in 1989-90 before moving on to Simpson College where he served as the Linebackers coach for the Storm in 1990-92. In his two seasons at Simpson, the Storm won conference titles and NCAA playoff berths and had a record of 19-3. Barnabo coaches at Oak Ridge High School in Conroe, Texas, from 1992-96.
Barnabo resides in West Des Moines with his wife Susan and two sons, Dalton and Cole.
Jones brings 35 years of coaching experience to the Grand View staff. He began his coaching career in 1971 as the defensive backs coach at Twin Cedars High School. Jones has coached at Hillsboro and Van Buren High Schools and Kemper Military School (Missouri). Jones most recently coached the offensive line at Prairie City-Monroe High School from 2003-06 and the Mustangs made three playoff appearances. Jones' has a career football coaching record of 169-149.
Jones attended Grand View Junior College in 1965-66. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education and History from Northeast Missouri State University.
Jones resides in Prairie City with his wife Sharon. They have three children, Sara, Matt, and Molly, and five grandchildren.
|8-3 (.727)||6-1 (.857)||Lost 1|
|(1) University of the Cumberlands at||23|
|(2) Grand View||35|
|NAIA Championship Game|
|(5) Morningside College at||0|
|(2) Grand View||35|
|NAIA Championship Semifinal Round|
|Tabor College at||24|
|NAIA Championship Quarterfinals|
|(15) Ottawa University at||13|
|(2) Grand View||38|
|NAIA Championship Opening Round|
|Simpson College at||0|
|William Penn University at||17|
|(3) Grand View||25|
|(3) Grand View at||70|
|Saint Ambrose University at||21|
|(8) Saint Ambrose University at||21|
|(3) Grand View||35|
|Grand View at||10|
|Iowa Central Community College||17|