|Assistant Coach Roger Velasquez|
|First Season in 2012-13|
|Alma Mater: Concordia St. Paul|
|THE VELASQUEZ FILE
1990-91: Assistant football coach for Central High School.
1992-96: Started as running back's coach for three years and spent the last two as offensive coordiantor for Augsburg College.
1997-98: Assistant football coach at Tartan High School.
1999: Offensive coordinator at Landsburg Express GFL in Germany.
2000-01: Assistant football coach at Tartan High School.
2002-2004: Offensive line coach at Concordia University. Finished as recruiting coordinator for Concordia University.
2004: Spring offensive line coach at Mankato State.
2004-2005: Assistant football coach for Tartan High School.
2006: Assistant football coach at University of St. Thomas.
2007: Sring assistant football coach at St. Olaf College.
2007: Defensive line coach at Concordia University in St. Paul.
2008-2010: Assosciate head coach and offensive coordinator at Hanover College.
2010: Assistant football coach Concordia University in St. Paul, Minn.
2012: Joined the St. Olaf staff.
In 1995, as Offensive Coordinator for Augsburg College, Velasquez guided the team to their first winning season in 21 years. Along with two Suburban Conference titles, Velasquez has an NSIC Conference title and has helped two Concordia University squads to two Mineral Water Bowl appearances. As Coordinator Velasquez had two NCAA record holding receivers in Scott Hvistendahl (Augsburg College) and Daniel Passafiume (Hanover College). Roger received both his graduate and undergraduate degrees from Concordia St. Paul.
Coach Velasquez lives in Saint Paul with his wife Julie and son Matthew who is in his final year at Concordia University.