Football: Ludlowe’s Vin Camera leaves coaching position

Vin Camera goes over blocking technique with his Fairfield Ludlowe linemen at practice at Taft Field. (Photo by Bill Bloxsom)

Vin Camera goes over blocking technique with his Fairfield Ludlowe linemen during practice at Taft Field.
(Photo by Bill Bloxsom)

Vin Camera has stepped down as head football coach at Fairfield Ludlowe High.

“I have a standard of how I want things done for my players and by my players,” said Camera, who coached the Falcons for four seasons. “It is the same standard I held myself to as a high school player, college player, assistant coach and head coach.

“At this point there were circumstances that occurred that prevented me from maintaining that standard. My passion to coach is as strong as ever and I am actively looking for a coaching job that will allow me to coach with the passion and energy that I know is needed for the job.”

He was an assistant at Fairfield Prep from 2000-06, starting his high school coaching career while still a senior at Fairfield University. A graduate of East Haven High School, Camera played for the Stags until his senior year.

Camera’s best season leading the Falcons came in 2013, when Ludlowe finished with a 6-5 record. The Falcons were 0-10 this past season and went 6-24 over the past three campaigns.

Camera coached at Platt Tech from 2007-12.

 

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