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He recently completed a four-year term on the NCAA Division III Football Committee, serving as national chair from 2005-07. In 2009, Dorenkamp received the Distinguished Iowan Award from the Iowa chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame for his leadership and contributions to the game as a player and athletics administrator. He is an active member of the organization.
For the 2005-06 academic year at Central, Dorenkamp took on additional duties as interim dean of student life. He’s also served as an adjunct instructor in Central’s education department, is a member of the college’s Student Learning and Development Council and participated in Central’s Academic Quality Improvement Project.
Dorenkamp, a 1975 Central graduate, was a captain and all-American linebacker for the NCAA Div. III champion football team in 1975. He came to Central from Carroll, Iowa, were he served as Carroll High School’s principal.
A native of Thornton, Iowa, Dorenkamp received his master’s degree in education administration from the University of South Dakota, and was a graduate assistant football coach there. He earned an educataional administration specialists certification from the University of Northern Iowa.
Dorenkamp’s wife, Jo Ann, is also a Central graduate. They have two daughters and one grandson.
Edwards was the college's interim athletics director for the 1996-97 academic year and took on additional interim duties for 2005-06.
After 17 seasons as a highly successful head coach at Western Connecticut State University , Alicia O'Brien is in her fourth year as associate head coach at Central. She also serves as the athletics department's senior woman administrator and works with the college admission office as transfer student coordinator.
At Western Connecticut State O'Brien posted a 423-213-3 (.664) softball record, guiding the Colonials to a 28-18 mark and their eighth NCAA Division III tournament berth in 2006. She piloted Western Connecticut State to the NCAA finals in 2002 and her teams posted 20 or more wins 13 straight seasons, capturing Little East Conference championships three times since 2001. She served as the school's associate athletics director and senior woman administrator as well.
A Western Connecticut State University graduate, O'Brien also earned a master's degree there in counseling. She served on the school's Hall of Fame Committee and was a member of its Wellness Initiative. She served a five-year term as a Title IX consultant with the Danbury , Conn. school system. The long-time director of the Western Connecticut Softball Camp, O'Brien was also an NFCA Division III Regional All-America Committee member.
In 2008, O'Brien was inducted into the Danbury (Conn.) High School Hall of Fame. She was a standout performer in basketball and softball at the school.
O'Brien is the wife of Dutch head softball coach George Wares.