Andrew Breiner, a 2006 graduate of Lock Haven (Pa.) University, is in his third year as the offensive graduate assistant in 2011 at UConn.
For the past two seasons, Breiner has been an assistant coach at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa. He worked with the quarterbacks this past year and the wide receivers in 2007. He began his coaching career in 2006 at Lock Haven, when he sustained a career-ending injury midway through the year and began working with the wide receivers.
He was a four-year letter winner for Lock Haven as a wide receiver and also played special teams.
He won a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award from the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the NFF for his accomplishments athletically, academically and in the community.
A Dean's List student, he graduated from Lock Haven with a degree in health and physical education.