Jason Lulloff played football at Kiel High School from 1998-2002. After wrestling in college, he spent three years playing for the River City Rough Riders in the NEFL as a DE and TE. In 2009-2011 Lulloff coached Freshman football and since 2011 he has served as a JV coach and Varsity defensive Linemen coach. Lulloff also acts as the strength coach with the vikings football team.
Jordan Hansen graduated from Somerset High School in 2010. He was a four-year letter recipient as a part of three consecutive conference championships. As a junior he received honorable mention Tight End. As a senior he received all-conference honors as an offensive tackle and Honorable mention defensive end. After high school Jordan attended Winona State University and graduated with a Physical and Health Education degree. In 2012, while attending WSU, Jordan joined the Holmen coaching staff. The past four seasons Jordan has coached the offensive-lines at the JV and Varsity levels.
Mike Gillespie has been an assistant football coach at Holmen High since the fall of 1997. Gillespie is a 1970 graduate from De Soto High School, De Soto, WI, where he played football, basketball, baseball, and ran track. Mike is currently the head baseball coach and an assistant basketball coach at Holmen.
Chad Wedan is in his third year at Holmen High School after spending 9 years teaching and coaching at Oconomowoc High School in Oconomowoc, WI. Wedan coaches quarterbacks and defensive backs at the freshman level while coordinating the freshman offense. Wedan also assists the Defense in the booth during varsity competitions. Throughout his time in Oconomowoc, Wedan coached wide receivers and running backs, co-coordinated the Varsity offense, and served as head coach for the Varsity Reserve and Junior Varsity teams. Wedan played safety at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse from 2000-2002 where he was a member of the 2002 WIAC Conference Championship team. Growing up in Maple, WI, Wedan helped the Northwestern High School football team to the state semifinal game in 1998.
Nick Wiese graduated from Wrightstown High School in 2010. At Wrightstown, He was an All-Conference Defensive End for the small school program which has currently made the playoffs for 21 straight years. Nick chose to attend UW-Madison to pursue his degree in education instead of seeking to play college football. Nick started coaching football while student teaching in the Madison area. After moving to La Crosse, Nick joined the Holmen staff and has served as a Varsity Assistant and Tight Ends coach starting with the 2015 season.