Rohan named Cypress Springs campus athletic coordinator, head football coach

April 13, 2018

Rusty Rohan

April 13, 2018—Rusty Rohan, defensive coordinator for the Cypress Springs High School football team, has been named campus athletic coordinator and head football coach. Rohan replaces Rick Cobia, who announced his retirement in March.

Rohan, who has coached and taught at Cypress Springs since 2012, has 16 years of coaching experience. He has served as co-defensive coordinator for Cypress Springs, specializing in secondary. Rohan’s other responsibilities to the campus athletic department include serving as academic adviser for the football team, track meet coordinator, college recruiting coordinator and core course GPA liaison. In addition, he served as the physical education/heath department chair.

Rusty Rohan has coached and taught at Cypress Springs High School since 2012, while also serving the campus athletic department as academic adviser for the football team, track meet coordinator, college recruiting coordinator and core course GPA liaison.
Rusty Rohan has coached and taught at Cypress Springs High School since 2012, while also serving the campus athletic department as academic adviser for the football team, track meet coordinator, college recruiting coordinator and core course GPA liaison.

Prior to Cypress Springs, Rohan coached and taught at Caldwell (2002-2005) and Taylor (2005-2012) high schools.

Rohan earned his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Texas A&M University. He is a member of the Texas High School Coaches Association and Association of Texas Professional Educators.

Rusty Rohan, defensive coordinator for the Cypress Springs High School football team, has been named the campus athletic coordinator and head football coach.
Rusty Rohan, defensive coordinator for the Cypress Springs High School football team, has been named the campus athletic coordinator and head football coach.

“I’m thankful for the opportunity and very thankful to [Principal] Dr. [Cheryl] Henry, [CFISD Athletic Director] Ray [Zepeda] and all the ADs,” Rohan said. “I’m super grateful for the 16 years I spent with Rick Cobia. He’s taught me a lot and he’s prepared me for this. I’m fired up to be able to lead the Cy Springs program and be around the kids here for years to come.”

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