The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation Board of School Trustees has approved the appointment of Bosse High School teacher and current assistant football coach Stephan Mullen as the head football coach at Bosse, district officials announced Tuesday.
As a leader, Mullen has been involved with Bosse's football program for the past seven years and has served as both offensive and defensive coordinator during that time. He has also served as assistant baseball coach at Bosse.
As a student-athlete, Mullen was part of the Reitz High School football team that won two 4A state championships and was undefeated in conference play for three years. The team was also ranked by US Today as the 39th best team in the country.
“I am so excited to announce Stephan as the new head coach for Bosse football,” said Andy Owen, EVSC director of athletics. “During his student teaching at Washington Middle School years ago, Stephan developed a passion for the students and families of the Bosse attendance district, a passion that continues today. Now, as a teacher at Bosse, Stephan is embedded in his student athletes' lives every day and I can’t think of a better coach and role model for our student-athletes than Stephan.”
Mullen received a bachelor’s of science degree from the University of Southern Indiana in 2015 and a master’s degree in school administration and leadership from USI in 2020.
Mullen currently serves as a special education teacher at Bosse.