Rowland steps down as New Haven football coach

December 12, 2017

NEW HAVEN, Ind. - New Haven football coach Jim Rowland has stepped down after 17 seasons of leading the Bulldogs.

Rowland notified players in a meeting Tuesday morning at school. He tells ParkviewSportsMedicine.com he is leaving to focus more time on his family, namely coaching his children in youth sports.

Under Rowland since 2001, New Haven won a Northeast Hoosier Conference championship, two Northeast 8 championships, four sectional championships and 1 regional championship.

Rowland is the all-time winningest coach in New Haven history with 115 victories. He coached the Dawgs to 3 seasons with 10 or more wins.

 

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