New Berlin West hired Tim Rodiez to coach boys and girls track and field next fall, replacing Matt Ische, who left to take a guidance counselor position in Elmbrook School District.
"Tim brings a great deal of knowledge, expertise and experience related to track," Director of Athletics and Activities Jordan Napoli said when he made the announcement on Friday, Aug. 8.
Rodiez, who has 42 years of running experience, graduated from Milwaukee South Division High School.
He coached at Whitnall High School, where he coached track and field for 15 years, winning six conference titles and multiple runner ups. He also coached two years at Germantown.
The New Berlin West track teams have been highly competitive in recent years and won the Woodland Conference Girls Track Title in 2014.
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