Rosas joins the Clark University men's soccer coaching staff in August of 2019.
Prior to Clark, Rosas spent two seasons as a Graduate Assistant Coach at Regis College in Boston, Mass. As a graduate assistant he promoted the college through recruitment and the retention of over 40 student-athletes through the domestic territories of New England, the West Coast, the South East, and Puerto Rico. Rosas developed relationships with a diverse population of prospective student-athletes as well as their families. Alongside head coach, Renato Capobianco, Rosas developed and facilitated individual and team training sessions and assisted in daily managerial administrative work.
During his time as a Graduate Assistant Coach, Rosas also served as an Event Operations Graduate Assistant Manager for the Pride. In this role, Rosas assisted the associate athletic director in coordinating game-day operations, set-up and breakdown as well as managing student-workers at home contests.
Rosas was a four-year member of the Regis College men's soccer team and served as a team captain as a junior and senior. He was named a New England Collegiate Conference 1st Team All-Conference Player in 2015 and 2nd Team All-Conference Player in 2014. Rosas was also a member of the Regis College men's volleyball team as a sophomore, junior, and senior.
Rosas earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Regis College in 2016 and received his Master of Science degree is Professional and Organizaitonal Communication in 2019.