TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas has named Ted Constanzo head varsity football coach, to begin with summer practice for the 2011 season.
Online PR News – 16-June-2011 – – TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas has named Ted Constanzo head varsity football coach, to begin with summer practice for the 2011 season.
Previously, Constanzo coached at Smithson Valley High School and was athletic coordinator and head football coach at Spring Branch Middle School, where he led his team to two undefeated seasons.
Constanzo also has considerable playing experience as a former starting quarterback of the University of Texas Longhorns, where he played under Coach Darrell Royal, and of the Churchill High School Chargers, where he was a citywide leader in passing, rushing and scoring. A retired Army Reserve officer, he has coached and taught for more than 20 years in the North East and Comal school districts.
“Coach Constanzo not only has the experience to coach the football team, but he also has the character to be a role model for all our students.,” said TMI Headmaster Walter Spencer. “He's an accomplished artist, a retired veteran and a man of faith. We are incredibly proud to have him join our school community.”
Looking forward to his first season, Constanzo said, “My vision is to build a program based on the character traits of ‘Class, Discipline and Effort’ both on and off the field that will bring an exciting brand of football to Friday nights.”