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Mio Hanesaki named new offensive coordinator for Magi football

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Mio Hanesaki named new offensive coordinator for Magi football

By Sakura Honda
The Daily Magi
January 20, 2017


Years of coaching at the highest level in college football have made Mio Hanesaki older, wiser, and more resilient. After a long coaching journey which saw her last gig take place at Syracuse as the Orange's offensive coordinator, Mitakihara University athletic director Mami Tomoe introduced the 60-year old Hanesaki to the press today at Hakurei Centre.

"Mio is a student of the Puella Magi Option and has ran it success at a number of schools she coached," said Tomoe at the presser. "It is our firm belief that she will work well under the stewardship of head coach Tatsuya Kaname and implement her style of attack to the masses. We are excited to have her on board.

"I want to say that it is, indeed, an honor to be a part of this program going forward," said Hanesaki, who has a coaching record of 156-147 with 19 winning seasons and two conference championships. "I have coached this game for a long time, and it is my firm belief that Magi football will continue to lead the way as the pacesetter of all athletics programs on this continent.

"I bring excitement, intensity, and energy. I love my job coaching this game and I cannot wait to continue my career as the offensive coordinator for the Best College Football Team in All of College Football. It's a great day to be part of The Family."

Hanesaki, on the other hands, brings a 13-28 record against Top 25 teams and a 29-25 record against rival opponents, so as a head coach, she has not fared well. She did share Coach of the Year honors with Coach Kaname at one point in her season and 17 of her players went on to win awards, with 33 going on to become All-Americans.

The 2051 Mitakihara Magi Football Schedule will be released later this season.

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