Name: Dakota Prosch
Sport: Roller Sports
Discipline(s): Roller Derby Roller Sports
DOB: 4/11/1977
Birthplace: Boston, Mass.
Hometown: Chicago, Ill.
High School: Francis Parker
College: Colorado College
Team/Club: Chicago Red Hots
Coach(es): Roman Rodriguez
Other Career Highlights
  • WFTDA Nationals 2008-silver medal, 2010, 2011, 2012
  • USARS Nationals 2014, 2015, 2106-bronze medal
  • Quad Speed Skating Gold Medalist 2012, 2014
  • World Record in 20 laps, women's quad speed skating
  • Most Valuable Blocker, 2014 USARS Nationals
  • Most Valuable Jammer, 2015 USARS Nationals

Derby Name: Dakota Prosch

Began Skating: 20 years old

Occupation: Montessori Teacher

Employer: Chicago Public Schools

High School: Francis Parker

High School Graduation: 1995

High School Location: Chicago, IL

High School Sports: Basketball, Soccer, Cross Country, Softball

College: Colorado College

College Graduation: 2000

Major: B.A. Sociology/Spanish

Other College Activities: Rock Climbing, Snowboarding

Other Sports: Quad Speed Skating

Life Goals: Coaching, Speed Skating, Being a great mom and teacher

Career Goals: Best Teacher I Can Be

Skating Goals: Gold Medal in World Games 2017

Favorite Sports Figure: Billie Jean King

Favorite Food Before Competition: Peanut Butter and Jelly

Hobbies: Skating

One Word To Describe You: Dedicated

What Makes You Unique: I do what I set out to do

Who Do You Admire Greatest Influence: Fernando Regueiro, he is both intelligent, humble, talented, yet giving. He always goes above and beyond and makes the world a better place. He has inspired and pushed me to always be my best self.

Father: Tim Prosch

Mother: Pam Prosch

Spouse: Fernando Regueiro

Children: Gabriel Regueiro-Prosch, 7

Family Members In Sports: Fernando Regueiro, professional soccer player, Mexico