Bishop Verot High School is pleased to announce their new Head Football Coach, Mr. Josh Vogelbach, who will lead the Vikings beginning with the Spring season. Vogelbach’s coaching experience includes 8 years of quarterback training, learning from QB guru Darin Slack. Locally, he served as Offensive Coordinator at Island Coast High School and Quarterbacks coach at Canterbury School and Bishop Verot High School. He returned to Verot in 2014 to join the Viking football coaching staff under Coach Bill Shields, who retired this past December. Coach Vogelbach served as Offensive Coordinator.
Vogelbach, a 2004 graduate of Verot, received his Bachelor Degree in Exercise Science, with a concentration in Sports Administration, from Guilford College (North Carolina) in 2008. He is the owner of 2 the Top Performance Training in Ft. Myers, where he and his team train athletes from youth to professional.
Of his new opportunity, Coach Vogelbach shared, “I want to thank Bishop Verot for giving me this opportunity. Verot is a special place and has been a big part of my family for a long time. I have had the privilege of learning from Coach Shields over the last 3 years and look forward to this new challenge in my life.”
Bishop Verot Athletic Director Jason Baumgardner shared “The Verot Family is very proud and excited to welcome Coach Vogelbach to be the Vikings next Head Football Coach. We are truly blessed to have a graduate of Bishop Verot and a coach who has been in and around our community for most of his life. Josh has been immersed in the Verot culture and has been part of the Viking tradition for years. I look forward to working with Coach Vogelbach on and off the field.”