Don Farnham enters his second season as the rovers coach for the Husson football team in 2015.
In 2015, Husson’s rovers assisted in helping the Eagles rank first in the conference in total defense (226.1 ypg), rushing defense (60.4 ypg), scoring defense (17.6 ppg), turnovers gained (29), first downs defense (122), 3rd down conversion pct. defense (0.223), team passing efficiency defense (93.84), 4th down conversion pct. defense (0.231) and second nationally in total defense, rushing defense, first downs defense and 3rd down conversion pct. defense.
Rover Alonzo Connor earned All-ECFC honorable mention honors in 2015 after finishing third third on the team with 49 tackles, 2.5 sacks, and 6.5 tackles for loss.
Farnham joined the staff after spending 13 years (1993-97/2006-13) as the head football coach at Brewer High School in Brewer, Maine.
Upon graduating from the Univeristy of Maine where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree and was an undergraduate coach during the 1985-86 seasons, Don moved on to coach at Dartmouth College from 1987-1991 winning two Ivy League championships.
Don and his wife, Karen live in Winterport, Maine, with their son, Andy.