- Frosty Westering
College coach infobox
Name = Frosty Westering
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Sport = Football
OverallRecord = 305-96-7
CFbDWID = 3907
Coach = y
CoachYears = 1962-1964 1966-1971 1972-2003
Parsons College Albert Lea College Pacific Lutheran University
FootballHOF = 2005
CollegeHOFID = 90087
Frosty Westering was a head football coach most notably for his tenure at
Pacific Lutheran University, coaching from 1973 to 2002. He also coached at Parsons College, from 1962 to 1963, and Albert Lea College, from 1966 to 1971. His career record, 301-97-7, is a NAIA record for most coaching wins, and he ranks ninth in wins among all college coaches.
After Westering retired, his son Scott took over as head coach of the Pacific Lutheran football team. He still coaches football at Pacific Lutheran today.
Well known for his motivational speaking and his efforts to spread his positive outlook on life, Westering has written a popular book "Make the Big Time Where You Are."
* [http://www.coachfrosty.com/about.html CoachFrosty.com]
* [http://www.ncaasports.com/football/mens/results/3074 2003 Division III Football: Attaway Frosty]
* [http://www.plu.edu/scene/issue/2003/winter/features/frosty.html After 32 consecutive winning seasons, football coach Frosty Westering leaves a legacy that surpasses his records]
* [http://www.footballfoundation.com/news.php?id=590 2005 College Football Hall of Fame Divisional Class Announced]
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