Sasitharan hired as assistant football coach


KENT, Ohio – Kent State Women’s Soccer Team has announced the hiring of Rocky sasitharian as an assistant coach. Sasitharan, who was already a volunteer coaching assistant with Golden Flashes soccer since 2018, is promoted to this position to be head coach Rob marinaroafter graduating from Akron University Law School in 2021, Juris Doctor-Cum Laude.

While Sasitharan worked as a volunteer coach for the Kent State football team, the Flashs went 2-1-1 against the Power Five Schools. The Flashes have averaged 1.85 goals per game during the 2018 season, which placed second in the Mid-American Conference. Sasitharan had a variety of responsibilities, including managing scout reports, coordinating team training sessions, performing retrograde and video analyzes, and evaluating potential student-athletes.

Prior to his volunteer position at Kent State, Sasitharan was the director of girls’ coaching at FC Durham Academy, where, at the time, he was the youngest coach in Canada with a National B coaching license. Sasitharan also spent two years on the coaching staff of Ajax Soccer Club in Ontario.

Sasitharan’s football experience as a player includes stints with Sigma FC Academy (2005-10), Erin Mill Soccer Club (2000-10) and York University (2010-11).

Sasitharan graduated with Honors from York University in 2016 with a BA in Psychology. He went on to hold a number of non-coaching positions, most notably at Akron University, where he served as an outsider on both the Track and Field Compliance Team and the Title IX Team.

“We would like to thank President Diacon, Sports Director Randale Richmond, Senior Assistant Sports Director Greg Glaus and all the administrative staff for working so quickly to fill this position, ”said Marinaro. “Rocky is a wonderful addition to our program. We are really excited to have him work on the recruiting track, but also to work with our current student-athletes. He has a wonderful demeanor, is a great coach on the pitch, and we can’t wait for him to help us move this program in a more positive direction. “

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