Kevin Roos was hired in the spring of 2013 as the sixth head coach in the history of the Cobber women's soccer program.
Concordia Athletic Director Rich Glas stated at the time of the hiring, "Kevin has a great mixture of soccer experience, coaching success, knowledge of the college and women's program at Concordia. I am extremely pleased to add Kevin to the staff. I think he will do a great job of keeping the program at the level it has achieved."
Roos has been the head coach for the Fargo Shanley High School girls' soccer team since 2004. He was named the North Dakota State High School Coach of the Year on four occasions and helped the team fashion an unbeaten streak of 42 games during 2012 and 2013. Roos guided Fargo Shanley to its first state title last spring. He was also the Fargo Shanley boys' head coach from 2002-06 and helped the Deacons to their first winning season in school history.
"I am very excited to be able to be the head coach at Concordia," said Roos. "The college has been a big part of my life and it has helped shape the person I am today."
During his stint as assistant coach for the Cobber women's program in 2009, the team went undefeated in the regular season, won the MIAC regular-season championship and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Roos also helped coach the team on the summer trip to Brazil in 2008.
Roos graduated from Concordia in 2002 and was the co-captain of the men's soccer team in 2001. He was a two-year starter for the Cobbers and helped Concordia finish in the top 5 of the MIAC in three of the four seasons he played.
In addition to his coaching duties at Fargo Shanley, Roos was also a Health and Physical Education teacher at Sullivan Middle School in Fargo.
Kevin lives in West Fargo with his wife Abby and son Mark.