Navy places 17th as a program; Mids’ V4 finishes program-best 14th
Mids race in both heat and repechage action on Friday
Mids won fourth straight Patriot League Championship on Friday
Mids win V8 and 2V8 boat titles on Friday
Mids goes 8-for-8 in duels versus Delaware and St. Joseph’s
Introduced as Navy’s head coach in August of 2015, Schlosberg’s first season (2015-16) in Annapolis was memorable as he led the Mids to the 2016 Patriot League title for the fourth time in program history as the Mids’ edged the Boston University, 49-48 in the final standings ... Navy won the varsity four race and came in second in both the first and second varsity eight competitions to claim the one-point victory and automatic bid in the the NCAA Championship ... At the NCAAs, the Mids turned in their highest-ever finish as they recorded 35 points to rank 19th overall ... Navy’s varsity four finished 16th in its respective event, while the second varsity eight crew took 19th place ... 2016-17: During his second season in 2017 it was more of the same for Navy as the program won its third straight conference crown with a 51-46 final score over second-place Boston University ... The Mids breezed to victories in V4 and 2V8 action to build up a five-point lead before closing strong and finishing in second place in the first varsity eight race. ... At the 2017 NCAA Championship, Navy placed 20th overall. The Mids’ varsity four boat lead the team’s effort with a 19th place finish .... In recognition of the program’s success, Schlosberg was named the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association - Region 2 Coach of the Year.
Notre Dame Associate Head Coach
Notre Dame’s associate head coach for seven seasons (2008-15), Schlosberg shown himself to be a consistent winner ... During his 14 total years at Notre Dame, Schlosberg was part of a coaching staff that saw 26 different Fighting Irish crews win gold medals at conference championship regattas and capture 10 straight BIG EAST Conference team titles from 2004-13 ... Individually, Schlosberg guided 17 of those 26 crews beginning with his first title in 2002 as the leader of the varsity four boat ... Notre Dame’s athletic department changed conference affiliation prior to the 2014 school year and Schlosberg and Fighting Irish started competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference against stalwart national programs, Virginia, Syracuse and Louisville ... In each of Notre Dame’s first two years in the ACC, the team finished in second place in the conference’s year-end championship ... Schlosberg and Notre Dame’s success on the conference level carried over into strong results on the national scene, as the Fighting Irish qualified for and competed six times at the NCAA Championships since 2006, including the past four seasons (2012-15) ... Beginning with a ninth-place finish in the program’s first-ever appearance in 2006, Notre Dame twice finished ranked amongst the top-10 ... Taking on a field of 22 teams in 2014, Schlosberg and the Fighting Irish equaled its 2006 result with a ninth-place finish ... At that championship, all three Notre Dame boats qualified for petite final action for the first time in team history with Schlosberg’s varsity four crew finishing in 12th place ... As a result of Notre Dame’s success in 2014, Schlosberg and fellow Fighting Irish assistant Marnie Stahl were recognized as the 2014 Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association South Region Staff of the Year.
Notre Dame Assistant Coach
Schlosberg was the Fighting Irish’s second assistant coach from September 2001 through June 2006 before being elevated to first assistant for two years from July 2006 until June 2008.
Northwestern Assistant Coach
Following graduation, he spent one year on Northwestern’s staff assisting with both the men’s and women’s rowing programs during the 2000-01 season.
Intercollegiate Athletic Experience
A 2000 graduate from Northwestern University with a degree in mechanical engineering, Schlosberg was a four-year member of the Wildcats’ crew team from 1996-2000.
Schlosberg lives in Arnold with his wife Heather, daughter Emily and son Matt.