Connor Roswech has joined the Randolph-Macon men’s basketball staff as the Nunnally assistant coach.
For the past year, Roswech has been an assistant coach in the high school ranks at Thomas Dale High School in Chester, VA. Roswech also works with the local AAU program, Team Richmond, and assisted with the development of multiple collegiate players of all levels. In addition to his coaching duties with Team Richmond, Roswech has worked with Team Richmond players of various age groups in player and skill development.
“We are excited to welcome Connor Roswech to our Ashland community and the Randolph-Macon family,” said head coach Josh Merkel. “What stands out to me is his personal commitment to excellence, to putting players first, to adding value with his work ethic and proactive approach. Having worked with the many great coaches on the Richmond Spider staff, he is a student of the game and understands what it takes to win consistently at the highest level. Our Jackets family will benefit from his experience and his attention to player development.”
Before coaching at the high school and AAU level, Roswech completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Richmond. During this time, Roswech served as a four year student manager for the men’s basketball staff under Head Coach Chris Mooney, with his last three years serving as the program’s head student manager. Roswech’s responsibilities at University of Richmond included travel logistics, facilities management, recruiting operations, and assisting with weekly workouts, practices, and games. During Roswech’s last year with the program, the Richmond Spiders won the 2021-2022 Atlantic Ten conference tournament and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament after defeating the University of Iowa in the first round.
Roswech is originally a native of Morris County, NJ.