Carl Tebon began his time at the helm of the Loras College Duhawks in 1996 and has won 421 games as the skipper of the Duhawks, an average of over 20 games per year. In his 21st season at Loras, Tebon has had the Duhawks in the top four in the standings seven times, including leading the Duhawks to the Iowa Conference championship in 2009, the first Duhawks team to do so since 1952.
Tebon has coached two All-Americans, 13 All-Region picks, and 66 All-Iowa Conference players, including league MVPs Justin Pierro (1998), Cory Schultz (2002), and Nick Olberding (2009). Pierro went on to a three-year minor league career with the Cook County Cheetahs and the Dubois County Dragons of the Frontier League. Schultz was a free agent signing by the Philadelphia Phillies and was a part of their minor league system for three seasons, throwing a total of 123 innings.
The Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin native is a 1989 graduate of Mount Senario College where he was a two-time All-Conference pick and MVP in baseball, while also starring on the football field. He earned his master's degree in education/sport management from Old Dominion University in 1992.
Prior to coming to the Duhawks, Tebon served as the head coach at UW-River Falls, compiling a 56-38 record. He was also an assistant baseball coach at Virginia Wesleyan from 1989-1992.
Tebon and his wife, Brenda, reside in Dubuque and have three daughters, Erica, Elly and Rachel.