Birthdate: October 26, 1964
Birthplace: Passaic, N.J.
Hometown: Lodi, N.J.
Family: Wife (former Suzanne Quentz)

High School: Lodi (N.J.) HS (1982)
College: Ramapo (N.J.) College (1987)

1983 Ramapo

1984 Jersey City (N.J.) St.
 Peter’s Prep (ass’t coach)
1985-86 Lodi (N.J.) HS
 (defensive coordinator)
1987-88 Rutgers (grad assistant)
1990-91 Ramapo
 (offensive coordinator)
1992 Ramapo (head coach)
1993- Monmouth (off. coordinator)

1990 New Jersey Athletic Conference
 (off. coordinator - Ramapo)
1996 Northeast Conference
 (off. coordinator - Monmouth)
1998 Northeast Conference
 (off. coordinator - Monmouth)

1990 Division III Playoff
 (off. coordinator - Ramapo)
1991 ECAC Bowl Champions
 (off. coordinator - Ramapo)

A former head coach at Ramapo (N.J.) College, Rich Skrosky enters his eighth season as a member of the Monmouth coaching staff and his fourth season as an offensive coordinator. Skrosky also serves as the Hawks’ offensive line coach.

Skrosky’s line and offense have both excelled during his tenure. The Hawks’ offense has been among the Northeast Conference’s best on a consistent basis. In 1997 and 1998, Skrosky’s offense featured the NEC’s Player of the Year with Dan Sabella and Chris Reed earning the honor in consecutive seasons. 

Skrosky came to Monmouth from Ramapo College, where he served as head coach for the 1992 season. Prior to becoming head coach, Skrosky spent two seasons as offensive coordinator for the Roadrunners. In 1990, Ramapo claimed the New Jersey Athletic Conference title and played in the Division III playoffs. In 1991, he helped guide the Roadrunners to an ECAC Bowl championship.

After receiving his bachelor’s degree from Ramapo in 1987, Skrosky served as a graduate assistant coach for two seasons at Rutgers University under head coach Dick Anderson.

Skrosky coached three seasons on the prep level while pursuing his undergraduate degree at Ramapo. He served as an assistant coach at St. Peter’s Prep in Jersey City in 1984 and later served as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at his alma mater Lodi (N.J.) High School in 1985 and 1986.

Skrosky and his wife, the former Suzanne Quentz, reside in Howell, N.J.

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