Justin Rosenblad joined the Warner Pacific College Knights beginning with the 2007 season, with a lot of coaching experience already under his belt.
From 1996 to 2000, he was a staff boy's coach for the Mobile Soccer Club in Alabama, followed by coaching for the Westside Metros Soccer Club in Beaverton, Oregon for 2001-2002. His most recent coaching experience was as head boys' soccer coach at Centennial, where in 2003 he led his team to the Oregon State Semi-Finals and then in 2004 to a undefeated regular season. At the high school level, he's also served as head boys' coach at St. Paul's High School and Davidson High School, both in Mobile, Alabama.
Outside of high school coaching, he's served as a staff coach for the State of Oregon Olympic Development Program and Youth Module Coaching Program. He also coached the women's semi-professional team, the Portland Rain for two seasons. Currently he coaches for the Eastside United Soccer Club as a staff U-11 through U-19 coach.
Along with his coaching experience Rosenblad brings playing experience. He first played for Centennial High School as a 4-year varsity starter. He was selected team MVP and All-State twice. After high school he attended the NCAA Division I program at the University of South Alabama where he was a four year letter winner and a 1997 Big South All-Conference selection. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at the University of South Alabama, Rosenblad was drafted in 1998 by the Baton Rouge Bombers, a professional indoor soccer team in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he played one season before returning to coaching and post-graduate school in Portland, Oregon.