|Title:||Assistant Coach - Safeties|
|Previous College:||Tufts 2010|
|Recruits:||Recruiting Areas: Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi|
Anthony Fucillo enters his third season as an assistant coach for the Crimson in 2019, where he works with Harvard's safeties.
Harvard capped the 2018 campaign by defeating Yale, 45-27, in the highest scoring episode of The Game. The Crimson earned 13 All-Ivy selections, including five on the first team, and finished 6-4 overall and 4-3 in the Ivy League. Senior captain Zach Miller was an All-Ivy selection, and he had two interceptions against Yale at Fenway Park.
Harvard's secondary finished the season second in the Ivy League with 12 interceptions, taking two back for touchdowns, in 2017.
Fucillo, who spent the 2014-16 seasons at Amherst College, has also enjoyed stints at WPI and Stonehill College.
The quarterbacks coach and recruiting coordinator at Amherst, Fucillo was in charge of the passing game each week. He spent the 2013 season at WPI as the quarterbacks coach and pass game coordinator and was promoted to offensive coordinator before taking the position at Amherst.
During his previous stint with Amherst in 2012, Fucillo worked with the running backs and was the tight ends and fullbacks coach at Stonehill in 2011.
A two-time captain and quarterback at Tufts, Fucillo graduated as the Jumbos’ highest-rated passer in school history. After graduating in 2010, he played professionally for the Aalborg 89ers of the Danish National League.