Robyn Rohr
Title: Assistant Softball Coach

Rohr joins DCTC Knights for her first year as an assistant coach/pitching coach, in the 2019 season. Prior to joining the DCTC coaching staff, Rohr had quite the student-athlete career. Rohr was the first 8th grader to play both Fastpitch Softball and Volleyball at Lakeville North High school, she also attended Canyon Del Oro High School, in Arizona. Returning back to MN to graduate at Lakeville in 2011. With an early graduation, Rohr attended a semester at Kirkwood Community college before transferring to DCTC. During her career at DCTC, she played short stop and catcher, and focused her studies in the Individualized Studies AS program. While at DCTC, the program had several achievements and Rohr was awarded with all region in 2013 and 2014, as well as received the president academic award in 2014. After wrapping up at DCTC, Rohr was still motivated to continue her career and attended St. Catherine University, in St. Paul, MN. After 2 years of play, Rohr was nominated for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Woman of the Year. The nomination was yet another achievement for Rohr, who won multiple awards at the conclusion of the 2016 softball season. The senior was named Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) Softball Player-of-the-Year after leading the conference in multiple statistical categories. Rohr also earned All-Conference honors for the second time in her career, was named First Team All-Region by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA), and received the St. Catherine McCahill Athlete of the Year award. At the end of the 2016 regular season, Rohr held the school records in both career and single season batting average, career and single season runs, single season walks, single season doubles, and consecutive game hit streak. Rohr also found her way into the national record books, as her 41 game hit streak is the second longest in Division III and tied for third longest streak in the history of the NCAA. The Wildcats finished the season with their best overall record in program history (34-11) and reached the MIAC Tournament Championship Game and Regional Final in their first trip to both the MIAC and NCAA Tournaments. Rohr graduated from St Kates with a degree in American Sign Language and began working as an American Sign Language Interpreter for Convo Communications, where she continues her career today.

In her spare time, she has successfully coached Nationally Competitive Teams for the MN Force as well as Highland Schools. Rohr most definitely enjoys her puppy DW, taking her camper out for the weekend and spending time with her family. She looks forward to being an asset to the coaching staff at DCTC and inspiring student athletes to pursue the next stages of their lives in both academics and athletics.