Jeremy Scheufler joined the Swede football team as offensive coordinator in 2009. Scheufler holds a bachelor's degree secondary social science education from Bethany as well as a master's degree in educational leadership from MidAmerica Nazerene University.
During his first season with the Swedes, Scheufler coached four players that were all-conference selections. In addition, his offense had the following NAIA rankings:
#14 Ranked passing offense (267 ypg)
#4 Ranked QB in yards passing per game (263)
#11 Ranked QB in yards passing in season (2631)
Prior to Bethany, Scheufler served as assistant head coach/offensive coordinator at Wichita South High School where in 2007 he coordinated the top passing offense in the Greater Wichita Athletic League. There he also coached the top passing quarterback and the top receiver in the GWAL. Also at Wichita South, Scheufler, in two seasons, had 11 offensive players garner season honors plus 18 athletes sign scholarships to play college ball.
Scheufler served as an assistant coach one season at Sterling High School where he was passing game coordinator, quarterbacks and defensive backs coach. There he also was head coach of a junior varsity squad that finished 6-1, averaging 35 points per game. At Sterling, Scheufler coached nine athletes who garnered all-league honors.
From 2004 to 2006, Scheufler assisted the Swedes with the defensive backs and recruiting efforts.
As a student-athlete at Bethany, Scheufler was a member of the 2001 KCAC championship team. That year the Swedes ranked first in both the KCAC and the NAIA in passing yards. In 2000 and 2002, Scheufler was a member of Swede squads that finished second in conference. In his three years on the Bethany football team, the Swedes went 26-11.
Scheufler holds the record at Ellinwood High School, Kan., for career receptions (89). He also was a two-time all-league selection and earned all-state honors his senior year.
Scheufler is married to wife, Amanda.