Greg Vreeland joined the Norwich coaching staff prior the 2018 season and serves as the team's wide receivers coach.
Vreeland graduated from Castleton University in 2014 with a degree in Physical Education. While at Castleton, he was a four-year letter winner in football and two year in baseball. Vreeland started at quarterback for Castleton's first-ever bowl game and helped lead the team to a NAC Championship in 2012.
After graduating, Vreeland joined the Castleton coaching staff as the wide receivers coach in May 2014. He coached for a year at his alma mater before moving on to East Coast Prep in May 2015. Vreeland was the Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers at ECP as well as the Recruiting Coordinator.
From there, Vreeland moved to NEWMAC-foe Massachusetts Institute of Technology as their Offensive Football Intern. He handled the team's running backs as well as coordinating the team's video.