Mike Roumph Wiki – Mike Roumph Bio
Mike Roumph, assistant wrestling coach at CSU-Pueblo, was killed Friday after a rafting accident in Fremont County. An assistant wrestling coach at Colorado State University-Pueblo died in a rafting accident Friday. It happened in Fremont County in the Royal Gorge area, according to a report by CBS4 partner KKTV.
Mike Roumph, A Wrestling Coach For Colorado State University-Pueblo, Dies In Rafting Accident https://t.co/lnzVPqISwR
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Mike Roumph Career
Roumph was an assistant wrestling coach as CSU-Pueblo for 12 years and ran a fundraising program for the wrestling team in his spare time. According to the CSU-Pueblo website, Roumph focused primarily on training the heaviest classes with the Pack, and helped develop one national champion and eight All-Americans in his time. Roumph was part of the fighting team of the RMAC 2017 championship, which finished 12th in nationals in Division II.
Mike Roumph Death & Cause
According to the sheriffs, Roumph was rafting at the Royal Gorge when he got out of his raft and landed on the rocks. Authorities have not released any other details about Roumph’s death at this time.
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