|Title:||Assistant Football Coach|
|Coaching Role:||Defensive Line|
John Fall begins his second year as an assistant coach at Salve Regina University, working with the defensive line.
Fall was a two-time New England Football Conference (NEFC) Second Team selection at nose tackle for the Seahawks. As a senior, the Booklyn, N.Y. native ranked sixth on the Seahawks with 38 tackles (12 solo) from the nose tackle position to go along with four tackles for loss (TFL), 1.5 sacks, and two QB hurries. As a result, the Seahawks defense was the only team in the NEFC to allow less than 100 yards rushing/game (94.3) while posting a league-best +14 in turnover margin.
Nationally, the 2010 Seahawks defense ranked first in red zone defense, third in scoring defense (11.00 ppg allowed), fourth in total defense (227.5 ypg allowed), ninth in turnover margin (+14), 10th in pass efficiency defense, and 12th in sacks (33.0).
In 2009, Fall recorded 26 tackles (nine solo) and one QB hurry. For his career, he tallied 85 tackles (32 solo), six tackles for loss, and two passes defended in 34 games.
Fall received his bachelor's degree in accounting from Salve Regina in 2010.