Over the last decade, RS3 Turf has been highly sought out by professional, collegiate, high school, and youth sports organizations for our expertise in the realm of athletic surface management. Armed with award-winning knowledge, RS3 Turf can help you get the most out of your sports facilities.
RS3 Turf provides in-house, turnkey resolutions for all facets of sports field construction and operates with total transparency and integrity during the entire process. The team's savviness is unparalleled and their craftsmanship is considered to be the best in the business.
MEET THE TEAM
Garrett Reddehase, CPTM, has been with the turf services division of the company since the formation of Ryan Sanders Sports Services (RS3) in 2014, and was named Senior Vice President, Turf Services in 2017. In his current position, Reddehase manages all operations of professional, collegiate and city sports fields. Prior to the formation of RS3, he was the head groundskeeper at Dell Diamond from 2009-2014. In 2011 and 2013, Reddehase received the Pacific Coast League’s Presidential Commendation for Groundskeeping and was named the 2012 Pacific Coast League (PCL) Turf Manager of the Year.
Prior to joining the Express staff, Reddehase served as field superintendent with the Corpus Christi Hooks. He was involved with the grounds crew at Whataburger Field since the building of the facility in 2005 and served as Corpus Christi’s head groundskeeper from 2007 until joining the Express. During the Hooks’ inaugural 2005 season, Reddehase and his crew nurtured one of the league’s best playing surfaces.
Reddehase was named 2009 Texas League Turf Manager of the Year, an award voted on by Texas League managers and umpires. Furthermore, Reddehase was awarded the 2009 Professional Baseball Field of the Year by the STMA, the highest honor awarded in the industry. In the interim, Whataburger Field was voted the second-best playing surface in the eight-team league in 2007 and 2008 and was also selected as the top field in the South Division.
SALES & SERVICE MANAGER
David Allbritton was born in Shreveport, Louisiana. He attended Barton County Community College in Great Bend, KS then transferred and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Recreation at Emporia State University in Emporia, KS. Once graduated, David was hired on as the assistant baseball coach at Emporia State University. David then moved to Coffeyville, KS where he coached for two years at Coffeyville Community College. David joined the RS3 Turf Construction Crew when he moved to Round Rock, TX in 2016. During his first year with the RS3 Construction Crew he renovated, constructed and maintained numerous ballparks and facilities. That role then moved within RS3 Turf and he became the Turf Manager at Multi-Purpose Complex in Round Rock, TX. David has most recently moved into the Sales and Service Manager role for RS3 Turf.
Jared Olson joined RS3 Turf in 2017 but has been in the sports turf management industry since 2006. Prior to this position, Olson served as the Director of Facilities and Turf Management for the Lake County Captains, Head Groundskeeper for the Salt Lake Bees, Manager of Grounds for the Miami Marlins and Assistant Head Groundskeeper for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Throughout his years in professional baseball, Olson helped build mounds and consult with numerous area high schools. During his time in Miami, Olson was hired to assist with the construction phase of the new Marlins ballpark. He participated in annual laser grading and playing field improvements at the ballpark.
Most recently, Olson joined Turf Equipment Source in Phoenix, where he began his construction and renovation career. There, he worked at the spring training homes of the San Francisco Giants, Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians, as well as numerous local high schools. He also worked with golf courses in Phoenix, Denver and Laramie, Wyoming where he helped rebuild tee boxes.
Olson graduated from South Georgia College and is a member of the National Sports Turf Managers Association, Texas Turfgrass Association and the Texas STMA.
SENIOR DIRECTOR,FIELD OPERATIONS & AGRONOMICS
Nick Rozdilski has been in the sports turf management industry since 2005 and has been the Head Groundskeeper for the Round Rock Express since 2017. During the offseason prior to the 2018 campaign, Dell Diamond served as the primary filming location for AMC’s hit television show Fear the Walking Dead. Rozdilski oversaw the transformation of Dell Diamond into the post-apocalyptic set in the fall, then led a complete rebuild of the playing surface and berms in less than three weeks following the end of the show’s production in early March 2018.
Prior to joining the Express, Rozdilski served as the Head Groundskeeper for the Corpus Christi Hooks for two years. During his time with the Hooks, he oversaw multiple renovations to the award-winning Whataburger Field, the largest being the complete replacement of the existing playing field.
Rozdilski was the Assistant Head Groundskeeper for the Baltimore Orioles for six years and oversaw both the installation and grow-in of a 100 percent sand-based field with four different blends of Kentucky Bluegrass. Additionally, he maintained a pristine playing field during the 2012 ALDS.
Before serving as Assistant Head Groundskeeper for the Orioles, Rozdilski served as the Assistant Head Groundskeeper for the Trenton Thunder. There, he led the constant adjustment and repair of pitcher’s mounds and bullpen mounds to league regulations.
Rozdilski graduated from Delaware Valley College with a Bachelor of Science in Agronomy.