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ABOUT COACH FASSLER & RCTC
Coach Fassler grew up in Lafayette, Colorado and graduated from Centaurus High School in 2007. His own Track career began in elementary school and continued through college at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. During his time as a student-athlete, Coach Fassler competed in the USATF National Championship three times (once for Cross Country, twice for Track,) Colorado High School State Championships for both track and cross country for all four years of high school, then went onto PSU with an athletic scholarship.
While attending college, Coach Fassler coached two years of elementary-aged Track & Field, Flag Football, and Basketball. In addition, he taught an after-school leadership program. Once he moved back to Colorado in 2014, he coached Track & Field as well as Cross Country throughout Boulder County for eight years. After 10 years of coaching experience, Coach Fassler saw a need for a club level Track & Field development program in the greater Broomfield/Lafayette/Erie area.
Coach Fassler and his wife, Stephanie, live in Erie with their three young children--Owen, Sophie, & Cole. When not on the track or at other local races, you can find the Fassler family at Owen's soccer games, Sophie's dance recitals, or out fishing and enjoying Colorado.
From Coach Fassler : "I coach to be a positive role model for young student-athletes. I believe communication, responsibility, respect, teamwork, dedication, work ethic, and resiliency are key leadership traits which propel you to be successful in both sports and life. I approach coaching with enthusiasm and I encourage each student-athlete to lead with their best effort."
WHY NAMED ROCK CREEK TRACK CLUB?
Inspired in November 2021 while running on the Rock Creek trail, the Trail runs through parts of Superior, Louisville, Broomfield and Lafayette where it joins with Coal Creek Trail and continues to Erie.
I have always wanted to bring a program to these surrounding communities where I grew up. I felt the need to start a Track and Field program for young and experienced competitors, and look forward to the years ahead.
The RCTC Wolf Pack was created for Elementary, Middle, and High School student-athletes that are interested (or experienced) in Cross Country and Track & Field at the Club level. Our team consists of members that are from various schools around the Boulder County area and we work to develop each athlete in their respected events.
JOINING ROCK CREEK TRACK CLUB
RCTC accepts new Student-athletes at all times, even mid season!
Once you click on any registration link and fill out the form you will be added to our team email list. You can then bring cash/check to your first practice session or email Coach Fassler to pay online or Venmo.
We will also send you the information on how to join our Stack Team App communication system!
General cost to join RCTC per Season:
Wolf Pups (Grades 1-5) - $200 per season administration fees, plus $100/month for training
Wolf Pack (Grades 6-12) - $200 per season administration fees, plus $100/month for training
*Returning athletes pay $150 per season admin. fees once on the team
*$50 discount for each additional sibling per season
*Competition fees and/or facility fees not included
Practice sessions are typically 2 hours long and we will send season schedule for which days we work on Track Events and which days we work of Field Events.
As a member of the Rock Creek Track Club Wolf Pack you will receive:
Membership through USATF organization for the competition year,
a RCTC team t-shirt & a RCTC uniform.
The Track & Field and Cross Country seasons will overlap and we will communicate via email so your student-athlete is registered correctly.
Summer Session - May, June, July, August
Fall Session - August, September, October, November
Winter Session - November, December, January, February
Spring Session - February, March, April, May
RCTC team consists of student-athletes from age 7-18 years old. There are opportunities as young as 4 years old to compete yet any athlete that is interested from age 4-8 years old will need to test in for comprehension of safety, rules, and athletic instructions.
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