David Riede returns for his 10th season on the Wildcat staff in 2016. After serving as an offensive assistant in 2007, Riede has coached the Villanova cornerbacks the past seven seasons. In addition to serving as the cornerbacks coach in 2016, Riede will also be the Director of Player Personnel for the eighth straight season. In this role he will assist in all aspects of Villanova’s national recruiting program, as well as serving as the team’s academic and compliance liaison. He will also help coordinate the Andy Talley Villanova Football Camps and the "Get in the Game, Save a Life" Bone Marrow program.
From a recruiting standpoint, Riede will recruit Western Pennsylvania and the western part of Atlanta.
Riede came to Villanova from Allegheny College where he was an assistant from 2005-07. During his stay at Allegheny, Riede was responsible for coaching the wide receivers and overseeing all aspects of video coordination.
He is a 2003 graduate of Baldwin Wallace College where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice. During his playing days at Baldwin Wallace, he was a two-year letterwinner in football and a three-year letterwinner in baseball. Riede earned a Masters Degree in Sport and Recreational Management from Kent State University in 2005.
Riede and his wife Lindsey reside in Philadelphia, Pa.