This bio exists as a historical reference. Tyrone Bell is no longer involved with the Shenandoah University football program.
Towson University graduate Tyrone Bell returns for his fourth year on the Hornets defensive staff.
Bell, a four-year letterwinner and two-year starter for the Tigers, came to Shenandoah after spending three seasons at his alma mater as the assistant linebackers coach and video coordinator.
With the Hornets, Bell works with the team's defensive backs and also assists defensive coordinator Brock McCullough with defensive game-planning.
Bell has seven years of collegiate coaching experience. After completing his eligibility in 2001, Bell worked as a student assistant at Towson. Following one year in that position, Bell moved to SUNY Albany as a defensive graduate assistant.
Bell stayed at Albany for one year, helping the Great Danes to a Northeast Conference championship and an appearance in the ECAC Bowl.
A two-year stint at Division II Shippensburg followed, and Bell was part of a Red Raiders program that won 18 games in two years and won one PSAC championship.
As the running backs coach at Shippensburg, Bell worked with running back John Kuhn, who is now a member of the Green Bay Packers.
Bell returned to Towson in 2005 as assistant linebackers coach and special teams coach. In 2006, he took on the video coordinator spot and had primary recruiting responsibility for northeast Pennsylvania and central to southern Maryland.