Legendary football coach Forrest ‘Frosty' Westering dies at 85


TACOMA, Wash. - Legendary football coach Forrest ‘Frosty’ Westering has passed away  at 85 years old. 

KIRO 7 Eyewitness News partner the Tacoma News Tribune reported Westering died from congestive heart failure Friday.  

Westering is in the top 10 in all-time wins and spent 41 years coaching, which most of the years were at Pacific Lutheran University.

In 40 seasons, Westering had a record of  305-96-7, with a 261-70-5 mark in 32 seasons with the Lutes.

He was considered a legend and beloved among locals and Pacific Lutheran University graduates. 

Westering’s son is the current head coach at Pacific Lutheran University.