Suriano To Be Inducted Into Ohio Coaches Hall of Fame|
June 19, 2013
CINCINNATI - University of Cincinnati director of high school and player relations Vince Suriano will be inducted into the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame on June 22, 2013.
Suriano, who joined the Bearcats in the spring of 2013, will be honored by the school with a reception from 3-4 p.m. on Wednesday, June 19 in the Twyman Lounge on the fourth floor of the Richard E. Lindner Center in Varsity Village.
Suriano joined UC after a season as the senior offensive assistant and quarterbacks coach at Thomas More College. In his role at UC, he will manage the Bearcats' on-campus recruiting program and focus on outreach and relationships with high school programs within the tri-state area.
Suriano spent the 2007-11 seasons at the College of Mount St. Joseph, where he was the associate head coach and offensive coordinator, helping lead MSJ to a conference championship in 2009 and playoff appearances in 2007 and 2009.
Prior to Mount St. Joseph, Suriano served as the head coach at Anderson High School from 1987-2007. During that time, he had a 147-61 record and had three undefeated regular seasons, won 12 conference championships and appeared in the state playoffs nine times.
He was inducted into the Anderson HS Hall of Fame in the spring of 2012.
Suriano and his wife Crystal have two sons, Michael and Christopher, three grandchildren and live in Anderson Township in Cincinnati.