Southeastern's Tyler Fenwick resigns
(KTEN) - On Tuesday, Tyler Fenwick resigned as head coach of Southeastern Oklahoma State University to take the head coaching job at Missouri Western State University.
Fenwick spent four years as head coach of the Savage Storm, going 16-19 overall and winning GAC coach of the year in 2019.
He helped lead one of the biggest turnarounds in all of Division II football, winning nine games in 2021. The Savage Storm also made back-to-back appearances in the Live United Bowl.
"I want to take this time to thank athletic director Keith Baxter and the Southeastern administration for the opportunity to lead this football program," said Fenwick in a press release. "Southeastern is a special place with special people. I also want to thank the players for sticking it out through the tough times and riding along with our staff."