Charlie Flohr named head football coach at SD Mines

RAPID CITY, S.D. – After a few weeks of searching, the South Dakota School of Mines has named Charlie Flohr as the new head football coach for the Hardrockers.

Flohr was formally introduced on Monday afternoon at a press conference at the School of Mines.

A native of Gillette, Wyoming, Flohr comes to the School of Mines after spending the last 14 years as the offensive coordinator for Northwest Missouri State.

During his 14 years at the school, the Bearcats won four NCAA Division II titles, going 133-11 in conference play and appeared in seven national championship games.

“There were a lot of good openings in the area and ultimately, this was the job I wanted.” Charlie Flohr said. “I’ve looked at for a long period of time and luckily for me, it was a position that came open this year. Doing the research and everything that I was able to do on this institution, everything worked out and we couldn’t be happier to be here.”

Flohr, who played football at Dakota State University in Madison, is the 37th head football coach for the South Dakota School of Mines.

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