Career highlights of Mount Union football coach Larry Kehres, who announced on Wednesday that he is stepping down as coach but will continue as athletic director:
Seasons-Head Coach - 27 (1986-2012)
Seasons-Assistant Coach - 12 (1974-85)
Career Record - 332-24-3
Winning Percentage - .929
Undefeated Regular Seasons - 21
Undefeated Overall Seasons - 10
NCAA Division III Championships - 11 (1993, 1996-98, 2000-02, 2005-06, 2008, 2012)
Ohio Athletic Conference Championships - 23 (1986, 1990, 1992-2012)
Longest Winning Streaks - 55 (2000-03), 54 (1996-99), 37 (2005-07)

Division III National Championship Games (11-5)
1993 - Mount Union 34, Rowan 24
1996 - Mount Union 56, Rowan 24
1997 - Mount Union 61, Lycoming 12
1998 - Mount Union 44, Rowan 24
2000 - Mount Union 10, St. John's (Minn.) 7
2001 - Mount Union 30, Bridgewater (Va.) 27
2002 - Mount Union 48, Trinity (Texas) 7
2003 - St. John's (Minn.) 24, Mount Union 6
2005 - Mount Union 35, Wisconsin-Whitewater 28
2006 - Mount Union 35, Wisconsin-Whitewater 16
2007 - Wisconsin-Whitewater 31, Mount Union 21
2008 - Mount Union 31, Wisconsin-Whitewater 26
2009 - Wisconsin-Whitewater 38, Mount Union 28
2010 - Wisconsin-Whitewater 31, Mount Union 21
2011 - Wisconsin-Whitewater 13, Mount Union 10
2012 - Mount Union 28, St. Thomas (Minn.) 10

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