Rob Rieck

About: Rieck was born and raised in South Jersey. He graduated from Clearview High School before going on to Rowan University where he graduated with a degree in Special Education. While attending Rowan University, Rieck played on the football team, where he played in two Division III National Championship games, and two Division III Semi-Final games in 4 years. In his senior year (2002) he was selected as a 1st team All-American athletically, and was also an Academic All-American. After graduating from Rowan University, Rieck began his teaching career at Clearview High School where he coached varsity football and wrestling for several years. Rieck was on the football staff at Clearview H.S. for the only undefeated season in school history in 2007. In 2004, he became the first, and only head boy’s lacrosse coach in the schools history. During his 19 years as head coach, the school has won 5 conference championships, 8 Gloucester County Cup Championships, played in 6 South Jersey Group 3 Semi- Final games, and two South Jersey group 3 final games. During those years he has had the privilege of coaching 11 High School All-Americans, and have seen countless young men continue their academic and lacrosse careers at the DI, DII, and DIII colleges.


SJ Boys Team: 2029


What does HEADstrong mean to you? Being a part of HEADstrong allows us to be a part of something bigger than ourselves. Having the opportunity to support people who have been affected by cancer is more fulfilling and rewarding than anything else I have done in my life.