Conor Reilly joined the Case Western Reserve University football staff prior to the start of the 2016 season. His primary responsibilities include working with the Spartan’s defensive line and recruiting.
Reilly comes to CWRU following a two-year stint as a graduate assistant with Ohio University, where he worked with the Bobcats’ linebackers. He also spent a season as a student assistant coach with Ohio, working with the team’s running backs, and served a year as the running backs coach at the College of Wooster in 2013. From 2011-12, he worked as the defensive line coach at Hudson High School in Hudson, Ohio.
Reilly was a defensive lineman for the Bobcats during his collegiate career. After graduating from Ohio, Reilly played a year in the Arena Football League (AFL) with the Cleveland Gladiators, where he helped the Gladiators win the 2011 American Conference East Division Championship and an appearance in the 2011 AFL Playoffs.
Reilly received his Bachelor of Science in Recreation Management from Ohio in 2010, and earned his Masters of Sports Science in Coaching Education from Ohio in 2016.