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Malcolm Dixon

Malcolm Dixon

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Email malcolm.dixon@ngu.edu
Alma Mater Charleston Southern '16

Malcolm Dixon comes to North Greenville University from Charleston Southern where he spent four seasons with the Buccaneers (2014-2018). Dixon will bring a youthfulness to the NGU coaching staff and will tutor the NGU wide receivers after being hired in February of 2019.

Before North Greenville Dixon’s experience consisted of a four-year stint down at Charleston Southern where he began as a graduate assistant for the Bucs, working with the offense and helping with day-to-day operations of the football program. His responsibilities included quality control of the team’s offense while also working as the assistant to the quarterbacks and runnings backs. Dixon also gained experience working with special teams.

After two seasons, Dixon was promoted to coaching the tight ends and running backs for CSU. During this time he also assisted in weekly game planning and scripting the team’s daily practices. He was also in charge of coordinating the Charleston Southern special teams.

The four-year letter winner also played for the Bucs as the team’s quarterback from 2010 to 2013. In that time he played for Jay Mills but finished his career under former North Greenville head coach Jamey Chadwell. Dixon was part of a CSU team that went 10-3 in 2013 and went to the FCS playoffs. Malcolm Dixon also helped Charleston Southern to the playoffs as a coach, advancing to the quarterfinals where the Bucs fell to Jacksonville State.

Dixon graduated from Charleston Southern in 2014 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology Administration and again in 2016 with his Masters in Business Administration.