Executive Director - Michael W. Moskowitz
Mike Moskowitz, a former NCAA collegiate head coach of 14 years serves as the Executive Director of the Colorado RoughRiders Basketball Organization. Mike is an educator first who aims to help build well rounded individuals who value the importance of team and hard work in the process of discovering their true potential. Mike also currently serves as the Associate Head Coach of Colorado Prep that competes in the Grind Session League.
Mike is an experienced college basketball recruiter and clinician who understands the process of transitioning to the next level. Mike is a published author and has coached and mentored several All-Conference, All- American collegiate and professional basketball players. Mike holds a bachelor degree in Psychology and a Masters of Arts degree in Exercise Sport Science
"What we are doing with the RoughRiders is cutting edge and intended to change the current culture of club basketball. By educating our players through a progressive age specific curriculum, we will expedite the learning process and develop great young men that are collegiate prospects."
Lady RoughRiders Director - Carissa Crutchfield
I believe in helping these young athletes reach their goals by being a Coach, Mentor, and Motivator. I want to help them understand what it takes to reach any level they want to accomplish, High school or Collegiate. Having the ability to help these athletes by taking some of my experience from my career and having them understand Hard work, Team work, and Self Drive is important in reaching any goals in life. I’m excited to be apart of their journey.
2010-2014 Division 1 (BIG12) Oklahoma State University then transferred to University of Arizona (PAC12)
Professional Experience: 2014-2018 EuroLeauge/EuroCup, Russia, Turkey, Israel, Portugal
Coached High school Girls Basketball (Temecula, California) 2 years
Player Development Coach/Sports Performance Coach
"I believe in helping these young athletes reach their goals by being a Coach, Mentor, and Motivator. "