STORRS, Conn. – Four former University of Connecticut football captains will serve as honorary coaches at the Blue-White Spring Football Game on Saturday, April 16 at Rentschler Field. Kickoff will be at 5:00 p.m.

Matt DeGennaro will be one of Saturday's honorary coaches.Matt DeGennaro and Mike Rembish, who served as captains of the 1990 team, will be with the White team while Sean Mulcahy and Uyi Osunde from the 2003 team will be with the Blue team.

DeGennaro remains one of the top quarterbacks in school history as he is still ranked second in career total offense, total plays, pass completions, pass attempts and passing yardage. He led UConn to a share of the Yankee Conference championship in 1989. DeGennaro was named the 1988 Yankee Conference Offensive Player of the Year and the 1987 Rookie of the Year.

A Union, N.J. native, he is currently the President of MPD Telesolutions, Inc., in Matawan, N.J.

Rembish played on the defensive line for the Huskies and remains among the top ten leaders in career sacks at UConn. The Linden, N.J. native was named Second Team All-Yankee Conference in 1990 and made 214 career tackles.

Rembish is currently a Regional Business Director for Cintas Corporation, Inc., covering the area from Philadelphia to Boston. Mulcahy and Osunde were part of the pioneering group of players as the program transitioned to the FBS.

Mulcahy, a Westport, Conn. native, played for the Huskies from 2000-03 while Osunde, from Bloomsburg, Pa., lettered from 1999-2000 and 2002-03. They served as captains of the 2003 team, which was the first to play at Rentschler Field. The Huskies won 13 of their final 16 games dating back to the 2002 season, including a memorable win at Iowa State to end the ’02 campaign – UConn’s first over a bowl-bound team.

Osunde led the 2003 Huskies with 10 sacks and had 22.5 for his career – ranking him among the top five in UConn history. He remains the UConn career leader in tackles for a loss with 49.

Osunde is now a guidance counselor at East Hartford High School Mulcahy started in 37 consecutive games for the Huskies and had 37 tackles with four sacks as as a senior.

Mulcahy currently serves as a studio analyst for BIG EAST Conference football games for SNY.