Hayenga-Hostikka steps down as MN West Lady Jay Softball CoachPublished by on
Worthington, MN) – Rosalie (Moz) Hayenga-Hostikka of Minnesota West Community and Technical College has announced that she will be continuing her leadership job responsibilities as Women's Athletic Director, but will be stepping down as head softball coach at Minnesota West.
Moz was head Lady Jay softball coach for 10 years. Dawn Gordon, Campus Dean, states, "Minnesota West's softball teams have been under excellent leadership with Moz as the head coach. Moz has developed outstanding athletes as well as outstanding academic students. I look forward to Moz' continued leadership as Women's Athletic Director. She'll continue growing great students at Minnesota West."
Along with her Athletic Director role, Moz will continue to be actively be involved at the college teaching Biology courses and will continue to be the assistant coach for women's basketball.
Minnesota West Community and Technical College offers over 60 technical career and liberal arts majors on five southwest Minnesota campuses in Canby, Granite Falls, Jackson, Pipestone, and Worthington along with learning centers in Fairmont, Redwood Falls, Marshall and Luverne, MN. The College is a leader in distance learning and Internet delivery. Minnesota West is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System. The largest provider of higher education in the state of Minnesota. An Equal Opportunity Educator/Employe