One of the most accomplished defensive line coaches in the FCS ranks, Trevor Andrews has consistently developed elite players and helped the Tribe field some of its best defensive units in school history. Because of his efforts, he was promoted to associate head coach prior to the 2013 season.
In addition to overseeing the on-field development of W&M's defensive front four, Andrews, a 13-year member of the Tribe staff, also has the responsibilities of coordinating the program's recruiting efforts - a position he has held for the last 10 years.
In addition to coordinating the Tribe's recruiting, Andrews also serves as W&M's chief recruiter in the Richmond area as well as northern New Jersey. He also recruits Long Island, N.Y., New York City and Connecticut.
Prior to assuming his current responsibilities, Andrews worked as a defensive assistant for three seasons. Andrews assisted with the Tribe cornerbacks in 2003 and helped groom first-team all-league selection Billy Parker, who signed as a free agent with the Carolina Panthers upon graduation.
Highlighting the list of players Andrews has mentored along the defensive line is a pair of 2010 NFL Draft picks - defensive end Adrian Tracy (New York Giants, sixth round) and tackle Sean Lissemore (Dallas Cowboys, seventh round). Both players garnered multiple All-America honors during their careers and joined former Tribe standout Adam O'Connor as players who have earned national distinction under Andrews' tutelage. Like Tracy and Lissemore, O'Connor signed an NFL contract when he inked a free agent deal with the Minnesota Vikings in the summer of 2007. Andrews also helped develop two-time all-conference standout Marcus Hyde, who signed a free agent contract with the Washington Redskins in 2012.
Andrews has helped mentor six Tribe standouts to eight all-conference honors during the last five seasons, as defensive tackle Nick Zaremba added his name to the distinguished list last season.
Andrews came to the College after spending the 2000 season as an assistant at Randolph-Macon College, where he worked as the secondary coach and special teams coordinator.
As a three-year letterwinner at defensive back for the University of Dayton, Andrews was a member of three conference championship teams with the Flyers and played on Dayton's undefeated 1996 squad (11-0).
After earning his B.S. in physical education from Dayton in 1998, Andrews accepted a graduate position at Illinois Wesleyan University and coached the secondary while working towards his graduate degree in athletic administration.
Andrews and his wife, Danielle, reside in Williamsburg with their 1-year-old son, James Nathaniel Andrews.