Pierre Ingram Male • United States of America
Pierre Ingram was a former collegiate football and track and field athlete.
Pierre is now the offensive coordinator for the Fujitsu Frontiers Pro American Football Team.
During his coaching career, Pierre Ingram has received several honors, including ESPN.com Recruiter of the Year, Final 4 Running Back Coach of the Year, and Rivals.com's Top 10 Pac-12 Recruiters in 2014.
Prior to coming to Berkeley, Ingram was Dykes' running backs coach at Louisiana Tech from 2010 to 2012, when the Bulldogs went 9-3 and were first in the country in scoring offense and overall offense, averaging 51.50 points and 577.92 yards per game.
In 2012, Louisiana Tech finished among the top 20 in the NCAA in passing offense (3rd, 350.75 yards per game), fewest sacks allowed (7th, 0.83 SPG), turnover margin (10th, +1.08 per game), and rushing offense, while also leading the country in scoring offense and total offense with the fifth-highest per-game scoring average ever by a Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) team (18th, 227.17 ypg). The Bulldogs scored more than 40 points in 11 of their 12 games, while they scored more than 50 points eight times.
Ingram graduated with a bachelor's degree in liberal arts from Middle Tennessee in 2006, where he was a four-year letterwinner in football as a wide receiver and received the team's Most Dependable Receiver Award in his senior year when the Blue Raiders competed in the Motor City Bowl. At Cortland State University, he is pursuing a master's degree in sport management.
Ingram has coached 15 NFL players, two All-Americans, and eight All-Conference athletes, to name a few.
Pierre Ingram is a father of three who enjoys spending time outside with his family, grilling, and acting as a grill pitmaster for his friends and family.