Currier retires from coaching football

Published 10:51 pm Friday, October 27, 2017

After 38 years of coaching football, Bowling Green head coach David Currier has decided to step away from the sidelines.

In a statement released by the school, Currier announced his resignation effective Dec. 21, 2017. He has been a coach at Bowling Green for the last four seasons.

Currier plans to spend more time with his family and pursue some of his interests in retirement.

He said he is very thankful for the years at Bowling Green and feels fortunate to have been given the opportunity to work with such outstanding players, coaches, administrators, teachers and parents. He looks forward to watching the program continue to grow.

“Coach Currier has been a tremendous blessing to BGS,” Bowling Green principal Beverly Young said. “Not only is he a man of integrity and character, but he also knows the importance of God and family. Coach has been an excellent role model to his players and an inspiration to those with whom he has worked.

“The BGS family wishes Coach Currier continued success in whatever he does. He will be greatly missed.”