Henderson State University head football coach Scott Maxfield has announced the hiring of a new offensive coordinator, Mike Volarvich, formerly of East Mississippi Community College.

Henderson State University head football coach Scott Maxfield has announced the hiring of a new offensive coordinator, Mike Volarvich, formerly of East Mississippi Community College.
Volarvich was the head of a potent EMCC scoring offense last season that led the NJCAA in passing offense and finished second in the nation in total offense.
Coach Volarvich has almost a decade of coaching experience at the community college level, and served as an offensive coordinator at Southwest Mississippi CC and East Central CC before joining the staff at East Mississippi last season.
“Mike is a great addition to our staff,” said Maxfield. “He is a proven innovative offensive coach and we are excited and fortunate to get him.”
Under Volarvich’s leadership at Southwest Mississippi CC, the offense finished ninth among the 2007 NJCAA ranks in team passing.
Volarvich established himself as one of the most innovative offensive minds on the community college level during a three-year stint at Blinn College in Texas. Blinn ranked in the top ten in the NJCAA statistically in passing and total offense during all three seasons he was on campus.
In 2003, Volarvich was part of Maxfield’s staff and he led a Blinn offense which dominated the community college team statistical ranks, topping the nation in scoring offense (52.8 points per game), total offense (538 yards per game), and passing (328 yards per game).  In 2004, the Buccaneers finished the season ranked seventh nationally with a 9-2 record, led by an offense who finished second in the nation in both scoring offense and total offense.