Brian Hermanson will be entering his sixth season on the Storm coaching staff.
Hermanson boasts 33 years of coaching experience. Earlier in his coaching career, he served as the Defensive Coordinator at Roosevelt High School. He is best known for his remarkable success as the Head Coach at Washington High School from 2005-2012, compiling a 47-3 record during his tenure. Under Hermanson's leadership, WHS played in the 11AA State Championship game for six consecutive years and won the 11AA state title three of the last four years. Coach Hermanson also sent 51 of his players to play in college, 22 of them with Division I schools.
Brian Hermanson was recognized by South Dakota State University as the 2013 recipient of the Ralph Ginn Award for Coaching Excellence.
Hermanson lettered in football for the Jackrabbits from 1978-80 and was a member of South Dakota State's NCAA Division II playoff team his junior season.
Hermanson and his wife, Mary, currently live in Sioux Falls, and he continues to teach at Washington High School.