|Alma Mater:||Hamilton '03|
|Experience:||2nd year at STE|
Rauscher joined the Mustangs coaching staff in 2017, serving as an assistant coach.
Rauscher has been in coaching for over 13 years, most recently serving as a volunteer assistant for local UMBC, assisting in spring season training and game analysis. He also served as the Washington Spirit SYL U-18 Baltimore Head Women's Coach in 2017.
From 2015-16, Rauscher served the women's soccer head coach and Assistant Athletic Director at the College of Mount Saint Vincent. He was named the 2016 Skyline Coach of the Year after leading the team to a program-best record and its first-ever playoff victory.
Rauscher coached alongside current head coach Tati Korba from 2012-14, working primarily with the defense and goalkeepers. During his time with the Gophers, two freshman goalies were named the Landmark Conference Defensive Player of the Week.
Rauscher has a number of certifications, including the NSCAA Premier Diploma and NSCAA Goalkeeping Level II Diploma.
A 2003 graduate of Hamilton College, Rauscher earned his Bachelor of Arts. He earned his Masters in Education in Athletic Leadership and Administration from Goucher College in December 2014.