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Thetreesarespeakingtome: ←Created page with '{{Short description|American football coach (born c. 1941)}} {{Use mdy dates|date=March 2024}} {{Infobox college coach | name = Roger Welsh | image = | alt = | caption = | birth_date = {{Circa|{{Birth based on age as of date|65|2007|7|25}}}} | birth_place = Grandview Heights, Ohio, U.S. | death_date = | death_place = | alma_mater = Muskingum College (1964) | player_sport1 = Football | player_years2 = 1960–1963 | player_te...'


{{Short description|American football coach (born c. 1941)}}
{{Use mdy dates|date=March 2024}}
{{Infobox college coach
| name = Roger Welsh
| image =
| alt =
| caption =
| birth_date = {{Circa|{{Birth based on age as of date|65|2007|7|25}}}}
| birth_place = [[Grandview Heights, Ohio]], U.S.
| death_date =
| death_place =
| alma_mater = [[Muskingum University|Muskingum College]] (1964)
| player_sport1 = Football
| player_years2 = 1960–1963
| player_team2 = [[Muskingum Fighting Muskies football|Muskingum]]
| player_sport3 = Baseball
| player_years4 = 1960–1963
| player_team4 = [[Muskingum Fighting Muskies baseball|Muskingum]]
| player_positions = [[Safety (gridiron football position)|Safety]], [[Punter (gridiron football)|punter]] (football)<br/>[[Second baseman]] (baseball)
| coach_sport1 = Football
| coach_years2 = 1964–1965
| coach_team2 = [[Ohio Bobcats football|Ohio]] ([[Graduate assistant|GA]])
| coach_years3 = 1966
| coach_team3 = [[Van Wert High School|Van Wert HS (OH)]] (assistant)
| coach_years4 = 1967–1974
| coach_team4 = [[Wooster Fighting Scots football|Wooster]] (DL)
| coach_years5 = 1975–1985
| coach_team5 = [[Capital Comets football|Capital]] ([[Defensive coordinator|DC]])
| coach_years6 = 1986–1996
| coach_team6 = Capital
| coach_sport7 = Baseball
| coach_years8 = 1966
| coach_team8 = [[Van Wert High School|Van Wert HS (OH)]]
| coach_years9 = 1967–1974
| coach_team9 = [[Wooster Fighting Scots baseball|Wooster]]
| coach_years10 = 1975–1986
| coach_team10 = [[Capital Comets|Capital]]
| admin_years1 = ?–2007
| admin_team1 = [[Capital Comets|Capital]]
| overall_record = 41–65–4 (college football)
| bowl_record =
| tournament_record = Football<br/>0–1 (NCAA D-III playoffs)
| championships = Football<br/>1 [[Ohio Athletic Conference|OAC]] (1987)
| awards = Football<br/>[[Ohio Athletic Conference|OAC]] Coach of the Year (1987)<br/>[[Muskingum Fighting Muskies|Muskingum]] Hall of Fame (1996)<br/>[[Capital Comets|Capital]] Hall of Fame (2010)
| coaching_records =
}}

'''Roger Blair Welsh'''<ref name=":0">{{Cite news |date=June 14, 1967 |title=Wooster picks coach |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/springfield-news-sun-wooster-picks-coach/144647796/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=Springfield News-Sun |pages=40}}</ref> (born {{Circa|1941 or 1942}}) is an American former [[college football]] coach. He was the head football coach for [[Capital University]] from 1986 to 1996.

==Playing career==
Welsh grew up in [[Grandview Heights, Ohio]]. He attended [[Muskingum Fighting Muskies|Muskingum]] and played for the [[American football|football]] and [[baseball]] team. He served as a [[Safety (gridiron football position)|safety]] and the [[Punter (gridiron football)|punter]] for the football team and was a [[second baseman]] for the baseball team.<ref>{{Cite news |date=May 24, 1964 |title=Muskingum In 4-4 Tie At Wooster |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-times-recorder-muskingum-in-4-4-tie/144647638/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Times Recorder |pages=27}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |date=May 26, 1964 |title=Roger Welsh Earns Award As Leading Muskie Senior |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-times-recorder/55313259/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Times Recorder |pages=16}}</ref>

==Coaching career==
In 1964, Welsh served as a [[graduate assistant]] for [[Ohio Bobcats football|Ohio]] as he worked on his [[master's degree]].<ref>{{Cite news |date=May 16, 1965 |title=Muskingum All-Sport Banquet Is Monday |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-tribune-muskingum-all-sport-banquet/144647689/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Tribune |pages=13}}</ref> In 1966, he served as an assistant coach for [[Van Wert High School]].<ref name=":1">{{Cite news |date=June 15, 1967 |title=Welsh Transfers |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-cincinnati-post-welsh-transfers/144647570/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Cincinnati Post |pages=45}}</ref><ref name=":2">{{Cite news |date=June 19, 1967 |title=Wooster Names Baseball Coach |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-akron-beacon-journal-wooster-names-b/144647744/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Akron Beacon Journal |pages=23}}</ref> In 1967, he was hired as the [[Lineman (gridiron football)|defensive line]] coach for [[Wooster Fighting Scots football|Wooster]].<ref>{{Cite news |date=August 25, 1971 |title=Hetrick Assumes Post As Wooster Assistant |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/news-journal-hetrick-assumes-post-as-woo/144647051/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=News-Journal |pages=28}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |last=Breckenridge |first=Larry |date=January 30, 1975 |title=No Way Wooster Coach Could Win |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-akron-beacon-journal-no-way-wooster/144647229/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Akron Beacon Journal |pages=29}}</ref> In 1975, he was hired as the [[defensive coordinator]] for [[Capital Comets football|Capital]] under head coach [[Gene Slaughter]].<ref>{{Cite news |date=March 6, 1986 |title=Untitled |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-times-recorder/144646755/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Times Recorder |pages=11}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |date=October 14, 1976 |title=FU's McCurdy OAC Honoree |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/lancaster-eagle-gazette-fus-mccurdy-oac/144647416/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=Lancaster Eagle-Gazette |pages=16}}</ref> Welsh was named Slaughter's successor prior to the 1986 season.<ref>{{Cite news |date=March 5, 1986 |title=Capital names new coach |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-newark-advocate-capital-names-new-co/144646861/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Newark Advocate |pages=12}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |date=March 5, 1986 |title=Cap names coach |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/springfield-news-sun-cap-names-coach/144646912/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=Springfield News-Sun |pages=19}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |date=March 5, 1986 |title=Welsh appointed |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/news-journal-welsh-appointed/144646983/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=News-Journal |pages=16}}</ref> In eleven seasons as head coach he finished with a 41–65–4 record.<ref>{{Cite web |title=Capital Football Coaching History |url=https://athletics.capital.edu/sports/2020/4/29/football-coachinghistory.aspx?id=1054 |access-date=April 2, 2024 |website=Capital University}}</ref> His best season came in 1987 as he led the Crusaders to their first out-right [[Ohio Athletic Conference]] (OAC) title, a 7–2–2 record, and made their first appearance in the [[NCAA Division III Football Championship|NCAA Division III playoffs]].<ref name=":3">{{Cite web |date=July 25, 2007 |title=Capital University: Welsh, longtime coach, AD, to retire |url=https://www.dispatch.com/story/spor...-university-welsh-longtime-coach/23950971007/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |website=The Columbus Dispatch}}</ref> He was also named OAC Coach of the Year in 1987.<ref>{{Cite news |date=December 1, 1987 |title=Ohio Conference |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/news-journal-ohio-conference/144646599/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=News-Journal |pages=10}}</ref> He resigned following the 1996 season.

Welsh served as the head baseball coach for Van Wert High School in 1966.<ref name=":1" /><ref name=":2" /> From 1967 to 1974 he was the head coach for [[Wooster Fighting Scots baseball|Wooster]].<ref name=":0" /><ref name=":2" /><ref>{{Cite news |date=February 3, 1975 |title=Wooster names Don Hunsinger new grid coach |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-delaware-gazette-wooster-names-don-h/144647152/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Delaware Gazette |pages=8}}</ref> He won 84 games as Wooster's head coach.<ref name=":4">{{Cite news |date=June 13, 1982 |title=Welsh Will Teach At Comets' School |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-marion-star-welsh-will-teach-at-come/144647470/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Marion Star |pages=21}}</ref> From 1975 to 1986 he served as the head coach for [[Capital Comets baseball|Capital]].<ref name=":4" /><ref>{{Cite news |date=August 11, 1975 |title=Cap Fills Three Coaching Positions |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/marysville-journal-tribune-cap-fills-thr/144647290/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=Marysville Journal-Tribune |pages=6}}</ref>

Welsh also served as the [[athletic director]] and retired in 2007.<ref name=":3" /><ref>{{Cite news |date=July 24, 2007 |title=Capital |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-journal-news-capital/144646517/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Journal News |pages=23}}</ref>

==Honors==
In 1996, Welsh was inducted into the Muskingum Hall of Fame.<ref>{{Cite news |last=Kerr |first=John |date=October 17, 1996 |title=Four to join Muskingum Hall of Fame Saturday |url=https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-times-recorder-four-to-join-muskingu/144645884/ |access-date=April 2, 2024 |work=The Times Recorder |pages=9}}</ref> In 2010, he was inducted into the Capital Hall of Fame.<ref>{{Cite web |title=Roger B. Welsh (2010) |url=https://athletics.capital.edu/honors/capital-university-athletics-hall-of-fame/roger-b-welsh/93 |access-date=April 2, 2024 |website=Capital University}}</ref>

==Head coaching record==
===College football===
{{CFB Yearly Record Start | type = coach | team = | conf = | bowl = | poll = no }}
{{CFB Yearly Record Subhead
| name = [[Capital Comets football|Capital Crusaders]]
| conf = [[Ohio Athletic Conference]]
| startyear = 1986
| endyear = 1996
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Entry
| championship =
| year = [[1986 NCAA Division III football season|1986]]
| name = Capital
| overall = 4–5
| conference = 3–5
| confstanding = T–6th
| bowlname =
| bowloutcome =
| bcsbowl =
| ranking = no
| ranking2 = no
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Entry
| championship = conference
| year = [[1987 NCAA Division III football season|1987]]
| name = Capital
| overall = 7–2–2
| conference = 6–1–1
| confstanding = 1st
| bowlname = [[NCAA Division III Football Championship|NCAA Division III First Round]]
| bowloutcome = L
| bcsbowl =
| ranking = no
| ranking2 = no
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Entry
| championship =
| year = [[1988 NCAA Division III football season|1988]]
| name = Capital
| overall = 6–4
| conference = 4–4
| confstanding = 5th
| bowlname =
| bowloutcome =
| bcsbowl =
| ranking = no
| ranking2 = no
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Entry
| championship =
| year = [[1989 NCAA Division III football season|1989]]
| name = Capital
| overall = 1–9
| conference = 0–8
| confstanding = 9th
| bowlname =
| bowloutcome =
| bcsbowl =
| ranking = no
| ranking2 = no
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Entry
| championship =
| year = [[1990 NCAA Division III football season|1990]]
| name = Capital
| overall = 6–4
| conference = 5–4
| confstanding = 4th
| bowlname =
| bowloutcome =
| bcsbowl =
| ranking = no
| ranking2 = no
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Entry
| championship =
| year = [[1991 NCAA Division III football season|1991]]
| name = Capital
| overall = 6–3–1
| conference = 5–3–1
| confstanding = 5th
| bowlname =
| bowloutcome =
| bcsbowl =
| ranking = no
| ranking2 = no
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Entry
| championship =
| year = [[1992 NCAA Division III football season|1992]]
| name = Capital
| overall = 2–7–1
| conference = 1–7–1
| confstanding = 9th
| bowlname =
| bowloutcome =
| bcsbowl =
| ranking = no
| ranking2 = no
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Entry
| championship =
| year = [[1993 NCAA Division III football season|1993]]
| name = Capital
| overall = 5–5
| conference = 4–5
| confstanding = 6th
| bowlname =
| bowloutcome =
| bcsbowl =
| ranking = no
| ranking2 = no
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Entry
| championship =
| year = [[1994 NCAA Division III football season|1994]]
| name = Capital
| overall = 2–8
| conference = 2–7
| confstanding = T–8th
| bowlname =
| bowloutcome =
| bcsbowl =
| ranking = no
| ranking2 = no
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Entry
| championship =
| year = [[1995 NCAA Division III football season|1995]]
| name = Capital
| overall = 1–9
| conference = 1–8
| confstanding = 9th
| bowlname =
| bowloutcome =
| bcsbowl =
| ranking = no
| ranking2 = no
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Entry
| championship =
| year = [[1996 NCAA Division III football season|1996]]
| name = Capital
| overall = 1–9
| conference = 0–9
| confstanding = 10th
| bowlname =
| bowloutcome =
| bcsbowl =
| ranking = no
| ranking2 = no
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record Subtotal
| name = Capital
| overall = 41–65–4
| confrecord = 31–61–3
}}
{{CFB Yearly Record End
| overall = 41–65–4
| bowls = no
| poll = no
| polltype =
}}

==References==
{{Reflist}}

==External links==
* [https://athletics.capital.edu/honors/capital-university-athletics-hall-of-fame/roger-b-welsh/93 Capital Hall of Fame profile]

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