|Title:||Women's Track and Field Assistant Coach|
|Previous College:||Wilmington '97, '00|
Beginning his first season with the Southern Maine women's track and field program, Mike Roscoe is a highly-regarded coach who guides the Huskies' sprinters and hurlders. He is also in his second season assisting with the USM men's track and field program.
Prior to coming to USM in 2018, Roscoe coached at Wesley College (Dover, Delaware) for five years coaching sprints, hurdles, relays and combined events. As part of the Wolverines staff, Roscoe coached five NCAA Division III national champions, 46 Division III All-Americans, 81 national qualifiers, and 114 Capital Athletic Conference/ECAC Division III champions.
Roscoe was a successful high school coach at Ceasar Rodney High School (Camden, Del.) directing his girls' indoor teams to consecutive undefeated seasons. He had state champions in sprints, hurdles, high jump, 4x200 and 4x400 relays. He had national qualifers in the 100 meters, the 4x100 relay, triple jump and high jump. He was twice named the Indoor Coach of the Year in 2007 and 2008.
Retired from the U.S. Air Force after more than 20 years of service, Roscoe earned his bachelor's degree in human resource management from Wilmington University (New Castle, Del.) in 1997, and his master's in school counseling in 2000. He holds the following certifications: USA Track and Field Level 1 Certification; USATF Level 2 Sprints/Hurdles/Relay and Combined Events; Level 3 Sprints/Hurdles; and International Association of Ahtletics Federation (IAAF) Level 5 Sprints/Hurdles.