David Sartin coaches Michigan Tech's offensive line. He begins his third season with the Huskies in 2011.
Tech's offense finished fifth in the GLIAC in total yards and
second in rushing yards in 2010. The Huskies have also had three
All-GLIAC selections and an All-American during Sartin's
Sartin was offensive graduate assistant at Grand Valley State the previous three seasons, helping the Lakers to three Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championships and three trips to the NCAA Tournament. GVSU won the 2006 national title and were semifinalists in 2007.
Prior to his stint in Allendale, Mich., Sartin served as defensive line coach, defensive coordinator and assistant head coach (coached the Offensive Line) during five seasons at North Park University, an NCAA Division III institution located in Chicago. Before that, he worked at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, for three seasons.
As a student-athlete, Sartin was a part of three national championships at Division III Mount Union College in Alliance, Ohio. He was a two-time letterman as an offensive tackle. He began his coaching career there as a student and gained his degree in physical education and health in 1998.
Sartin, in addition to his coaching duties, is a charter member of the Michigan Tech Athletic Department Social Committee.