Andy McNab

Andy McNab returns to the Seton Hill Griffins coaching staff for his fifth season and third season as head coach. In his first season as head coach, the Griffins won seven games and had one played named CoSIDA All District and one player earn All PSAC and All Region honors.  The team was also awarded the PSAC Sportsmanship Award in 2015.

Originally from Glasgow, Scotland, McNab played at Salem International University from 2004-08 where he won one WVIAC regular season and two WVIAC Championships.  McNab was also named to the WVIAC All conference team as a senior. McNab also played against USA/Canada national teams in 2005.

McNab started his coaching career as a men’s assistant coach in 2008 at Salem International.  He was then an assistant coach at Greenville College in IL in 2009, then became the head women’s coach at Salem International from 2010-2012.