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Swedes Football Welcomes Seybert; Clatterbuck to Coaching Staff


By Bethany College Athletics


LINDSBORG, Kan. – The Bethany College football program and newly named Head Coach Mike Grossner have announced that Josh Seybert and Chance Clatterbuck are joining the coach staff.

Josh Seybert has been named the team’s Defensive Coordinator. Coach Seybert comes to Bethany from De Montfort University, located in Leicester, U.K., where he was the head coach for approximately 50 players. Before his time in Leicester, Josh was the Special Teams Coordinator/Receivers Coach for McDonald County High School, where he helped coach the team for their first playoff victory in school history. Seybert also coached three receivers who earned All-Conference honors while at McDonald County High School.

In 2016, Coach Seybert earned his Bachelors of Science in physics while attending Baker University and playing football under Coach Grossner. During his time at Baker, Seybert played in the NAIA National Championship game. After Baker, he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in mechanical engineering at Kansas University in 2018. In 2022, Coach Seybert completed his Masters of Science in energy & sustainable building design.

Chance Clatterbuck will serve as an Offensive Line Assistant. Coach Clatterbuck comes to Bethany College from Salina South High School, where he doubled as an assistant coach for both football and wrestling. Before coming to Kansas, Clatterbuck was a high school assistant coach in football, wrestling, and track & field at Perry High School in Gilbert, Ariz. During his time at Perry High School, Coach Clatterbuck helped lead the football team to the Arizona State Playoffs from 2009-13 and 2015-18, including two championship runner-up finishes in 2017 and 2018.

In 1992, Clatterbuck enlisted into the United States Marine Corp for six years. Afterwards, when Coach Clatterbuck moved to Arizona, he received his Bachelors of Science in cross categorial special education in 2009. In 2014, Clatterbuck received his Masters of Education in instruction emphasis in technology.