Rosemont College Blogs
Joseph Pavlow - August 28, 2018
As the halcyon days of summer start to dwindle, I would like to welcome all of our faculty, staff, coaches, and, especially, the student-athletes, back to campus for, what I expect to be, an extremely exciting and successful season here at Roco for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Lynn Rothenhoefer - October 16, 2017
What is it that is meaningful about THANKS? Well the obvious is acknowledgement for having done something nice or helpful; for having thought of someone other than you. You give me a gift – I say, “thank you” as I am grateful.
Lynn Rothenhoefer - August 14, 2017
I’ve been doing my job for some time. Going into my 18th year at Rosemont in fact. One of my strengths is preparedness. As good as I’ve gotten at “flying by the seat of my pants,” I am by nature a prepared person. I have learned to be prepared generally gives you the ability to anticipate things (good or bad), and allows for greater flexibility and capability in dealing with those things that don’t go quite as planned. So, despite my experience and preparedness, even I was caught off guard by the amount of changes that occurred especially this summer but even within the last year.
Lynn Rothenhoefer - February 07, 2017
Shout out...that’s this issues theme. Tell someone they are loved, thank them, they made a difference; ok I can do that, and well hopefully, in that there’s a lesson. I’ll give a loud and clear shout out to two sets of parents: mine and my roommates from college. Mine, alive and well, and living in southern Delaware happily married for nearly 50 years. My roommate’s parents we unfortunately and untimely lost tragically on New Year’s Eve 2016 in a heartbreaking accident. Perhaps it is that timeliness that surfaces my real acknowledgement of their special qualities.
Jenna Kaiser - February 01, 2017
For me, sports are so much more than the physical ability and strength. To be successful in any sport you have to be mentally and emotionally strong. Soccer has brought me some of my happiest times, and some of my worst and hardest times.
Ashley Montecchio - January 18, 2017
My coaching style is based on holding the players to a high standard, and constantly making them better. I was lucky in my last two years at Rosemont to have teammates and coaches that weren’t okay with me being a “lesser” version of myself.
Coach Lynn - December 07, 2016
Faith…. “’Cause I gotta have faith, faith, faith…” I am a product of the ‘80’s, a time where many of you reading this where yet to be born; this line is from the chorus from George Michael’s single from his first solo studio album in 1987. I was a sophomore at West Chester University, and daily I counted on that phenomena – FAITH: defined as “complete trust or confidence in someone or something; strong belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual apprehension rather than proof.” How do I celebrate my faith? Here’s my journey.
Robert Hughes, head coach of the men's basketball team - October 04, 2016
We want student-athletes who want to be serious students, young men who look to achieve to their maximum potential in the classroom. On the court we want players that accept a role, give maximum effort and are willing to sacrifice for their teammates.
Sr. Jeanne - June 01, 2016
Every year the feasts of Pentecost, the Blessed Trinity, and Corpus Christi, and the Sacred Heart arrive on the calendar very near to Commencement, week after week. I noticed that fact many, many years ago when I was a student myself. Those feast days were a sign summer was close at last! Then as a young Religion teacher, I missed the chance to talk with students about these feasts since they were either gone or on the way out. If still there due to an early Easter, they were not willing to humor me telling them how deeply the Spirit lived within them and how amazing – to believe in one God with three natures, yet united and connected as one Love.