Jacksonville, Fla. –EWC Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Stanley B. Cromartie has announced that Alvin B. Wyatt, Sr. has resigned his position as head football coach at Edward Waters College, effective immediately.

Wyatt joined Edward Waters in 2012 as defensive coordinator after a storied and Hall of Fame 13- year career at Bethune-Cookman University as its head coach. He was then selected as the 13th head football coach in EWC football history on December 10, 2013.


“Coach Wyatt has been a legendary figure in the world of coaching and molding young men.” Said Cromartie. “We thank him for his hard work and dedication to our football program at EWC and we wish him nothing but the best in his future endeavors.”

Cromartie will meet with the remaining assistant coaches on Monday and will launch a national search for the next head football coach for EWC soon thereafter.

Cromartie further added, “I firmly believe that we have the tools necessary to be successful in football here at EWC. I will do everything in my power to ensure that we select the right person to help lead our program to championships on the field and greater successes off of it.”

Courtesy: EWC Athletics

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  1. Julius Coxswain

    Although he did not win much at EWC, his team’s did well when you consider the level of funding EWC puts into football. I think Wyatt has his eyes on some of those SWAC openings.

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