TIGERS Leichtathletik ANNOUNCES NEW LEADER COACH FOR CROSS-COUNTRY / STREET AND FIELD
Mitchell, SD – Dakota Wesleyan University Sporting Director Jon Hart today announced the appointment of a new cross country and athletics head coach.
Rosado is currently the head coach for the men’s and women’s cross country and athletics at Roosevelt University. Prior to that, he was head coach and assistant coach for men and women cross country and athletics at Calumet College of St. Joseph from 2018 to 2020. a national women’s cross-country qualification, 20 school records, eight conference champions, four national qualifying grades, and three outdoor All-Americans.
Rosado joins Tiger Athletics with an additional five years of high school coaching experience where he held two assistant coaching stints working with sprinters, hurdlers, jumpers and cross-country runners in East Chicago Central and Bishop Noll Institute worked. He achieved success at the high school level, producing six all-conference actors, three conference championships, 16 school records for women and 15 school records for men.
Rosado holds multiple coaching certifications including USATF Level 1 and USATF Level 2 Sprints, Hurdles, and Relays.
Rosado spoke about the opportunity to lead the Tigers’ cross-country and track and field teams. âI would like to thank Jon Hart, Interim President Theresa Kriese and the selection committee for their confidence in becoming part of the DWU family. From my first step on campus, I was firmly convinced that the well-being of the students came first. âOne.
“The support for athletics and the entire campus community has been contagious. I am excited to begin this new chapter in my career and to contribute to a rich history of running and throwing here at Dakota Wesleyan University.”
Speaking of Rosado’s hiring, Sporting Director Jon Hart said: “We’re delighted to have Coach Rosado join our team after the start of the year. He has a lot of experience as a head coach and is very familiar with the NAIA landscape. We have high expectations to the future of the program under his leadership. It will be an excellent fit for our program and our department. “
Rosado will start on January 3rd and join Associate Head Track and Cross Country Coach Chris Aschemann, who has been acting as interim trainer since July.