Pending approval by the Brownsburg Board of School Trustees, Dan Roman will be the new head varsity baseball coach for the Bulldogs. Roman's college baseball career led him from Indiana State to a three-year affiliation with the New York Yankees minor league system. He was named IHSAA 4A Coach of the Year in 2004 after leading Lawrence Central to a state championship. Most recently, Roman led Carmel High School to a sectional championship in 2016, its first since 2000. His career coaching record stands at 406-175 with multiple county, conference, sectional and regional championships.
Coach Roman will teach in the Physical Education and Health department at Brownsburg. He and his wife Leslie have 2 adult children, Brent, who works in the Chicago area, and Mitchell, who is a player in the Chicago White Sox organization. Roman shares, "I look forward to joining such a well-respected program and I'm excited to build on past Bulldog achievements." The BHS baseball team met with Dan Roman this morning and will already get to work this summer on training for the 2018 season. "Brownsburg is a proud baseball community and looks forward to adding the experience Dan will bring to the program and continue his tradition of success," said Kelli Waggoner, Brownsburg Corporation Athletic Director. BHS Principal Bret Daghe adds, "Coach Roman will be a great addition to Brownsburg High School and a solid leader for the proud baseball program."