Dan Wodicka joined Mark Raymond's staff in May of 2017 to serve as the Ephs' wide receivers and tight ends coach.
Last year Wodicka coached the running backs at Northern Michigan University and served as the Wildcats' video coordinator. Wodicka coached Jake Mayon the first Wildcat running back to rush for 1,000 yards since 2008.
Wodicka's first intercollegiate coaching opportunity came at his alma mater Johns Hopkins University. From 2014-16 Wodicka served as the wide receivers coach and video coordinator at Hopkins.
While Wodicka was coaching at Johns Hopkins the Blue Jay team won the Centennial Conference twice and twice advanced to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. Hopkins was the Centennial Conference leader in scoring and total offense in 2014 and 2015. He coached the Centennial Conference Player of the Year in 2015 in receiver Brady Munday,
Wodicka was a four-year member and senior captain of Johns Hopkins teams that won the Centennial Conference four consecutive years. He set the Hopkins and Centennial Conference record for career receptions with 260.
Wodicka was a three-time All-Centennial Conference selection and in 2011, he was named to the D3Football.com All-South Team.
A graduate of Johns Hopkins Wodicka earned a B.A. in Biomedical Engineering in 2014.