After two separate stints on the Glenwood sideline, Brian Albert is stepping down as the Rams' head football coach.
Albert coached a total of 13 seasons for Glenwood, first guiding the Rams from 1985 to 1988 and again from 2003 to 2011. In between, he was a defensive coordinator at Wartburg College and coach for 12 seasons at Marshalltown High School before coming back to Glenwood in 2003.
Albert compiled a 40-77 overall record at Glenwood and led the school to two of its three postseason berths (1988 and 2009). The Rams finished 1-8 last season.
He also assisted in track and girls basketball.
The 57-year old Albert has resigned all of his coaching duties but plans to remain a physical education teacher at the school.