Chad Herren named RVC’s assistant athletic director

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Athletic Director Darin Monroe announced Head Baseball Coach Chad Herren has been promoted to the role of Assistant Athletic Director within the department. 

In three years at the helm for RVC Baseball Herren has compiled a record of 91-69, while breaking school records for wins in 2018 with 34 and again in 2019 with 38.  In 2018, Herren was named the N4C Conference Coach of the Year.  In 2019, Herren guided the Golden Eagles to new heights earning the #1 seed in the Region IV Tournament and RVC Baseball was ranked in the Top 10 nationally in the NJCAA DIII rankings.

Herren will help guide an athletics program that has won 14 national championships since 2011 and has established itself as one of the premiere programs in the country.

“The success of our baseball program has been nothing short of amazing in Chad’s three-year stint at the helm, and he has made a positive impact on our campus community”, stated Athletic Director Darin Monroe. “Chad and I share the same vision for what RVC Athletics can become.  Chad has a genuine love for Rock Valley, our student-athletes and the city of Rockford, which makes him an obvious choice to move into a leadership role.”

“I am grateful for the opportunity to serve in a leadership role here at Rock Valley College.  I want to thank President Jensen, VP Jim Ryan, and Athletic Director Darin Monroe for this great opportunity” said Herren.   “I have been blessed to be associated with some of the finest student-athletes and coaches at all levels.  I am excited to build upon our recent successes and continue the tradition of excellence that has been established here at RVC.”

Herren will continue to serve in the role as RVC Head Baseball Coach.  

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