Charles Andrick is entering his second season as an assistant coach with Capital Football in 2018 and will primarily work with the team’s running backs. Andrick worked with Capital’s defensive line for the 2017 campaign.
Prior to his time at Capital, he was the offensive coordinator at Beechcroft High School from 2014-16. From 1996-2013, Andrick was an assistant coach and special teams coordinator at Brookhaven High School and was the team’s offensive coordinator from 2010-13. In his 20 years of coaching at the high school level, Andrick’s team have qualified for the OHSAA playoffs 16 times. His teams have earned four regional berths, two state semifinal appearances and Brookhaven won the 2004 Division II State Championship.
Andrick graduated from Ohio Christian University in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in leadership and Christian ministries and holds a Masters in Special Education from Grand Canyon University. In addition to coaching, Andrick is a special education teacher in the Columbus City Schools district and is an associate pastor at The North Church in Columbus. He and his wife Carrie are parents to a daughter, Cayla, and a son, Caleb.