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Chris Orr

Head Coach chris.orr@district196.org

Chris Orr - Head Coach

Coach Orr is entering his 3rd season as head coach of the Rosemount Irish Girls Varsity Basketball team.  Orr has also served as an assistant coach for the boys program at Rosemount High School for 9 years before taking over the girls program.

Orr is a 2001 graduate of Rosemount High School.  He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, where he earned his Master’s degree in teaching Physical Education in 2007. He also received his Health degree from Bemidji State University in 2009.  Coach Orr is currently the General Manager of the Irish Sports Dome in Rosemount and a Middle School Physical Education teacher at Rosemount Middle School.  Coach Orr currently resides in Rosemount with his Wife Amber and daughter’s Ella (3) and Mya (1).

Molly Kasper (Anderson) – Varsity Assistant



Molly Anderson is in her 3rd season as a coach in the Rosemount Girls Basketball Program.  Previously she was a two year graduate assistant coach at Winona State University. In Anderson's first season on the bench Winona State posted a 21-7 record and won the NSIC Tournament title while advancing to the NCAA Division II Tournament.


A four-year player at Winona State, Anderson helped the team post the best record in school history and reach the NCAA postseason for the first time. She was an all-conference and all-academic honoree in her time as a Warrior as well.

Anderson led the NSIC in assists as a senior, passing out 6.03 assists per game. She led Winona State in assists, rebounds and steals during both her junior and senior seasons.


Anderson graduated from Winona State with her Master's in Education Leadership and Sports Management in 2012 and previously with a degree in Business Education in Dec. 2009. 


Anderson is a native of Eau Claire, WI and a graduate of Eau Claire North High School.

Megan Eul - Head JV Coach and Varsity Assistant

Megan Eul


Megan Eul is in her 2nd season as coach in the Rosemount Girls Basketball Program.

A 2008 graduate of Rosemount High School, she was a four year varsity player, all-conference, academic all-state and an all-state honorable mention honoree.  She was also the 2008 RHS Athena award winner.  She is currently the 3rd leading scorer in Rosemount High School history.

She was a four-year starter at the University of Minnesota Crookston and a three-year team captain.   In her senior season, she finished in the top 10 in the conference (NSIC) for both scoring and field goal percentage.  She lead  UMC in both scoring and rebounding her senior season.   Eul was an all-conference and all-academic honoree and was also named Academic All-American.   

Eul graduated from the University of Minnesota Crookston with a degree in Early Childhood Education in May 2012.  She is currently teaching kindergarten at Southview Elementary in Apple Valley.

Jason Burdick - 10th Grade Coach

Coach Burdick is in his 2nd season with the Irish is originally from Devils Lake, ND where he played
football, basketball, and baseball in High school. He played college
football for the University of Minnesota, Crookston. Following
playing, he served one year as a student assistant coach at the U of M
Crookston. He has a degree in Business Management and is currently a
sales represenative for Paar Sports.

Laurie Tyson - 9th Grade Coach

Laurie Tyson is in her first season coaching the freshman team at Rosemount High School. She is a 2009 Graduate of Rosemount high school where she was named team captain and team MVP for her senior season. She was also recognized for All- Tournament and All-conference team member.

Laurie played Division II basketball for the University of Minnesota- Crookston for four years. She was named captain for her junior and senior years. Her senior season she broke the school record for career rebounds. Tyson Graduated in 2013 with a Sports and Recreation Management degree and is currently working at General Electric. 

Courtney Kubitz