Rob Zeitman serves as the Bulldogs' Assistant head coach and oversees the offensive line under head coach Tony Annese.
In the 2015 campaign, he helped the Bulldogs to a second-straight GLIAC Championship and unbeaten regular season. FSU posted its first NCAA Playoff victory in 19 years and ran its regular-season winning streak to 25 consecutive games.
Prior to his Bulldog appointment in 2012, Zeitman served as the head coach for five years at Grand Rapids Northview High School where he directed the school's most prolific offense in the last forty years and coached three all-state caliber players.
Before taking over at Northview in 2007, he served as the head coach for two seasons at Chippewa Valley High School in Clinton Township after a four-year stint as the assistant head coach and offensive coordinator on Annese's staff at Muskegon.
He began his prep coaching career in 1995 as an assistant at G.Holmes Braddock High School in Miami (Fla.). Zeitman holds a bachelor's degree in International Affairs from George Washington University and also attended the Naval Academy.
"Rob is a very bright individual and understands the aspect of my approach from his time working alongside me," Annese said. "He will help players develop to their fullest potential and has the right perspective, which will allow young players to succeed."