CINCINNATI (WLWT) - Archbishop Moeller High School announced Monday Doug Rosfeld is leaving his role as head football coach and has accepted a position with the Bengals, school officials said in a release.
WLWT, our news partners in Cincinnati, report Todd Naumann, a 1991 alumnus of Moeller, is being named acting head coach while Moeller begins its national search, school officials said.
Naumann served as assistant head coach and secondary coach under Rosfeld, school officials said.
"Rosfeld’s leadership skills and emphasis of faith, family and football are just a few reasons he was a beloved coach at Moeller. His enthusiasm for Moeller and for football is evident in and outside of school and on the football field," school officials said.
Rosfeld, a member of the Class of 1997, will continue to be a part of Moeller as a parent of a student. Will, his oldest son, will begin in the fall as a member of the Class of 2023. As head coach, Rosfeld led the Crusaders to an outright GCL South championship and the team qualified for the state playoffs. He was named GCL Coach of the Year in 2018, school officials said.
“In his time at Moeller, Doug emphasized a culture of respect, hard work and faith, and he quickly impacted the lives of our students,” said Marshall Hyzdu, president of Moeller. “He is an amazing coach, but more importantly a remarkable husband, father and Christian man. I am excited for Doug and his family, and we’re proud to call him a Man of Moeller.”
It is unknown what his position with the Bengals will be.
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