Danny Jarosz is in his first season as an assistant coach for the Wisconsin Lutheran College men’s soccer team.
Jarosz joins the Warriors coaching staff after a three-year playing career on the men’s soccer team at Marquette University. He served as a student assistant coach during his senior year. Jarosz was named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week once and BIG EAST All-Academic twice. He made 15 career starts before an injury ended his career early. The Milwaukee native graduated from Marquette University in 2018, majoring in finance and operations and supply chain management.
A 2014 graduate of Marquette University High School, Jarosz was a three-year letterwinner in both baseball and soccer. As a senior soccer standout, he was named Greater Metro Conference Player of the Year, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Player of the Year, First Team All-State, and was selected to play in the High School All-American game.
During his Hilltoppers career, Jarosz played on three state championship teams that totaled a 62-3-5 overall record. MUHS was ranked in the top six in the nation twice during his career.
Jarosz served as head coach for the Marquette University High School junior varsity baseball team in 2018 and has been a camp assistant at various soccer camps at Marquette University, Marquette University High School, and Bavarian Soccer Club.
Jarosz lives in Milwaukee and is enrolled in the college’s Master of Arts program, specializing in leadership and innovation.