Alex Rotsko: Retired HC

Marshwood HS, Maine

Coach Rotsko has over 40 years of coaching experience at the high School and college levels. During his 8 years at Marshwood his teams have posted a 80-13 record and have played in 6 State Championships and 7 Southern Maine Championships. The Hawks were undefeated in 2014 and 2017 and won state championships 5 of the last 6 years.

Since arriving at Marshwood he has been selected “Coach of the Year” by The National Football Foundation, the National Federation of High School Coaches Association, twice by the Maine Football Coaches Association, twice by the Campbell Conference, and twice by USA Today. In 2013 he was honored by The National Football Foundation with the Henry Butova Award given to an individual who strongly supports athletics through distinguished activities. He was inducted into the Massachusetts Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2018.

Prior to Marshwood Coach Rotsko was the head football coach and athletic director at Longmeadow High School in Massachusetts. His Longmeadow teams compiled a 184-39 record and were undefeated 4 of his last 9 years. They set records with a 47 game win streak, and 15 consecutive Super Bowl appearances. They won 11 state titles. In 2009 he was honored by the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame as one of 5 National leadership award recipients.

Before going to Longmeadow, Coach Rotsko was head football coach at American International College. He coached several nationally ranked teams and was the 1985 New England College Coach of the Year. He was also an assistant coach at AIC and Ithaca College. In his last year at Ithaca he was an assistant football and baseball coach, both teams won national championships.