Ken Emmons was named to the Stevenson football staff in the summer of 2019 and will work with the wide receivers.
Emmons spent three seasons on staff at his alma mater, Frostburg State, where he was a starting quarterback, working with wide receivers in each of his final two seasons and with the linebackers in 2016 while also assisting with special teams. The Bobcats compiled a 31-4 record during Emmons' three years on the sideline, including an NCAA quarterfinal appearance in 2017 and an NJAC conference championship and return trip to the NCAAs in 2018. In 2018 the Frostburg State offense averaged 40.7 points per game, good for first in the conference and No. 20 nationally.
Prior to coaching, Emmons was a three-year starter for the Bobcats and was a four-year member of the team from 2011-2014. He finished his career with 4,045 passing yards and 24 touchdowns. On the ground he added nearly 1,000 rushing yards with another 13 touchdowns.
Emmons capped his playing career by being named the Mike McGlinchey Most Valuable Player of the 16th Annual Regents Cup game and two weeks later, the Empire 8 announced that Emmons was Frostburg’s Sportsman of the Year.
Emmons earned his bachelors' degree from Frostburg in 2015 and went on to earn his Master's in Interdisciplinary Education in 2019.