2019-20 Athletic Paperwork
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2019-20 Athletic Packet
Girls Cross Country Announcement
It’s with both great gratitude and great enthusiasm that Bishop Brossart High School administration announces changes within our girls cross country coaching staff.
Dave Schuh has decided to step down the program’s head coach after 41 seasons. He will be replaced by his assistant the last three years, Tony Harden. Coach Schuh will remain on the coaching staff as one of coach Harden’s assistant coaches in 2020.
The Brossart girls cross country team won the school’s first ever state championship in 2017, and repeated as state champs in 2018. The Lady Stangs were state runner ups this season, also capturing their third consecutive regional and conference championship. During coach Schuh’s tenure, Brossart finished among the top three teams in the regional meet 26 times and the top three teams at the state meet 16 times.
“For the past 41 years I have looked forward to every practice and every meet,” Schuh said. “I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to coach and work with hundreds of outstanding young ladies at Bishop Brossart.”
Prior to joining Brossart as a religion teacher and assistant coach in 2017-18 academic year, coach Harden was the head girls cross country and track coach at St. Henry District High School from 2003-2017. In his 15 seasons as the girls cross country, St. Henry won 12 state championships. In his 14 seasons as the girls track coach, the Crusaders were state champions nine times.
Coach Harden expressed tremendous excitement upon being announced as the Lady Stangs new coach.
“Bishop Brossart girls cross country is the reason I got into coaching,” Harden said. “It’s been my dream for over 20 years to be the head coach of this program.”
Bishop Brossart Athletic Director Kevin Bundy said the two coaches worked in unison to make the transition seamless.
“It’s not often in the hiring process that you get to say ‘thank you for an incredible career’ to a coaching legend in one breath, and then welcome another coaching legend to lead the program in the next,” Bundy said. “But, that’s what we are fortunate enough to do with the girls cross country program. Coach Schuh is one of the finest coaches in Kentucky history, and by his own right, coach Harden has already proven to be one of the state’s coaching legends as well.”
Coach Schuh will continue as the girls head track coach in 2020, with coach Harden serving as his assistant. Schuh also plans to return as an art teacher at BBHS for the 2020-21 academic year.
New Girls Soccer Coach
Bishop Brossart High School administration is excited to announce Andy Smith as our new head girls soccer coach.
Coach Smith has been a varsity assistant and head junior varsity coach at Brossart since 2015. He was a first team All-Region soccer player at Campbell County High School, where he graduated in 1994.
“We are thrilled to have someone with the integrity of coach Smith lead our girls soccer program,” said Kevin Bundy, Bishop Brossart athletic director. “His knowledge and passion for soccer along with his strong ties to our community will be a great asset to our girls and our program. ”Coach Smith is self-employed. He and his wife, Angie, reside in Cold Spring with their five children.
“I’m really excited to be a part of the girls soccer program at Bishop Brossart,” Smith said. “I’m grateful the school has given me the opportunity to lead the girls at such a pivotal time in the program’s history.”