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Charlie Skalaski, IVDefensive Quality Control
Start Date: 12/31/12
Charlie Skalaski has been working with the Flames football staff for the last two years and returns for the 2014 season as Liberty's defensive quality control staff member.
During his first season in his current position, Skalaski worked alongside a defensive unit that saw the Flames finish the year ranked No. 5 in the country in scoring defense (17.6 points allowed per game) and No. 9 in total defense (313.9 yards allowed per game).
Skalaski first started working with the program in 2012 as a student assistant, working on under offensive coordinator Aaron Stamn and with the Flames' special teams units.
Prior to working with the Flames, Skalaski spent the last four years as an assistant varsity coach at Liberty Christian Academy in Lynchburg, Va.
During the 2008 and 2009 seasons, Skalaski served as junior varsity offensive coordinator and assistant wide receivers coach. In 2010 and 2011, was promoted to assistant offensive coordinator while retaining his wide receiver coaching position. Skalaski helped Liberty Christian win the 2011 VISAA Division I state title.
Skalaski also served as junior varsity interim head coach for two months during the 2011 season (October and November).
Skalaski is the son of former Flames wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator (2003-11) and current Director of Player Personnel Charlie Skalaski, III.
Skalaski graduated from Liberty in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science degree in sport management.