Walt Posadowski
Career information
College: Villanova University
 As coach:

Bishop McDevitt High School (HC)
Villanova University (Part-time assistant)
Villanova University (Offensive line coach)
Idaho State University (Assistant coach)
Saskatchewan Roughriders (Offensive line coach)
Saskatchewan Roughriders (HC)
Calgary Stampeders (Assistant Coach)

Walter Posadowski (born c. 1937) is a former Canadian Football League coach who served as the head coach of the Saskatchewan Roughriders during the 1978 season.

Playing careerEdit

Posadowski played at Villanova University from 1957-1959.

Coaching careerEdit

Posadowski's coaching career began at Bishop McDevitt High School, where he compiled a 17-15-5 in four season as head football coach.[1] He spent two seasons as a part-time assistant at Villanova before becoming the Wildcats offensive line coach in 1969.[2] Posadowski spent one season (1976) as an assistant at Idaho State University.[3]

Posadowski joined the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 1977 as offensive line coach. After a 0-5 start to the 1978 season, head coach Jim Eddy was fired and Posadowski was named head coach.[4] The Roughriders finished the season 4-11-1 and Posadowski was replaced by retiring quarterback Ron Lancaster.[5]

Following Lancaster's hiring, Posadowski was moved from the head coaching position to director of scouting and recruiting.[5] Posadowski's final coaching position was as an assistant with the Calgary Stampeders.[6]


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