JOE GILBERT
Indianapolis Colts Assistant Offensive Line Coach

Joe Gilbert enters his fifth season with the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts as their assistant offensive line coach. He previously served as the offensive line head coach for the Colts from 2013-15. Gilbert holds 30 years of coaching experience, which includes 25 years at the collegiate level. A 1983 graduate of Horseheads High School, Gilbert played at Hamilton College becoming the first player in school history to earn All-America honors. Gilbert has built an impressive resume, having offensive line coaching stops at major college programs such as Toledo (2001-03, 2007), Central Florida (2004-06), Houston (2008) and Illinois (2009-11). Coach Gilbert also had stints at SUNY Albany, Pennsylvania, Northeastern and Maine before becoming the head coach at Mansfield University in 2000 for one season. In 2014, the Colts set franchise records in net yards (6,506) and net passing yards (4,894) behind Gilbert’s line. Two years earlier, Gilbert also coached the offensive line that blocked for Pro Bowl quarterback Andrew Luck who set NFL Rookie records for passing yards (4,374) and 300-yard passing games (six). Gilbert has helped produce several NFL players through his time as a college coach. Joe continues to serve as a valuable asset for the future of the game and guides some of the best players in the pro ranks. He and his wife, Cheryl, reside in Zionsville, Indiana with their daughter, Madison, and three sons, Nicholas, Joseph and Timothy.

MIKE D’ALOISIO
Elmira Coaching Legend

Mike D’Aloisio is an Elmira coaching legend who's been a leader of several Elmira Notre Dame teams since 1977. Over the last 40 years, D'Aloisio has amassed 227 career wins as head football coach of the Crusaders and secured a state championship, four regional titles and 12 Section IV championships. Coach D has also served as head coach of boys and girls basketball, golf and tennis teams at various times since his start at Notre Dame. D'Aloisio has earned coach of the year 15 times and is a member of the Section IV and Chemung County Sports Hall of Fames. Mike is a retired teacher and administrator, helping shape the lives of hundreds of students and leaders. Overall, D’Aloisio has won 621 career games in all sports he has coached, making him one of the most successful leaders in local and state history. He is a graduate of SUNY Cortland and Elmira College with a B.S. and M.S. Degrees in Education and administration. D'Aloisio is a native of Elmira, where he resides with his wife, Jayne.

SHANE TRUMAN
Assistant GM for Auburn Doubledays

Originally from Big Flats, NY and a 2001 graduate from Horseheads High School, Shane Truman now works for the short-season Single-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals, the Auburn Doubledays. During his time at Horseheads High School, Shane played varsity football and baseball, contributing to 2 STAC championships in baseball. After many years of searching and struggling, Shane graduated from Wells College in Aurora, NY in 2014 with Bachelor’s degrees in Elementary Education and Psychology. During college and after, Shane served in the non-profit sector working with individuals and families that needed support within Cayuga County. Shane worked with Unity House, Cayuga Seneca Community Action Agency, and Chapel House of Cayuga County. During his time in the non-profit world, Shane was recognized numerous times for his outstanding work with individuals while overseeing housing programs for the homeless. Shane has a track record of success with the individuals he works with and continues to build a name for himself in Auburn and the surrounding communities.

Shane now serves as the Assistant General Manager of the Auburn Doubledays where his management duties include social media and marketing, ticketing, corporate partnerships, game presentation, community relations, and much more. Shane has previously worked with the Doubledays in multiple promotional roles including on-field emcee, master of ceremonies, public address announcer, and director of promotions. His vision for the Doubledays comes from his work in the non-profit sector. His focus is on connecting the team and franchise to the community, while at the same time helping the community with initiatives to increase awareness and funding. Shane is excited to have the opportunity to work in a sport that he loves, and also to bring something positive to the community that he is a part of.