Hosea Bell begins his eighth season with the Lady Warriors as head coach. Before coming to Sterling, Bell was the head coach at Newman University in Wichita, Kansas for nine seasons. Hosea is a 1987 graduate of Tabor College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Social Work.Coach Bell, his wife Pam, and their nine children (five boys and four girls) reside in Sterling.
Brett is originally from Rockwall, Tex. He went to Bethel College in 2005 and was a four year starter on their football team, being named the all conference quarterback three times. He played on two KCAC conference championship teams (2006, 2007) and graduated in 2009. After Bethel, he attended Wichita State University from 2009-2012 earning his masters degree in sports management.
Chase Hansen just completed his first season as Co-Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line coach.
Prior to coming to Sterling, Hansen served as Offensive coordinator at Bethel College for the 2010 and 2011 season, and was a graduate assistant at Bethel in 2008 and 2009. During his time at Bethel he coached ten players to All-KCAC recognition.
Paul Kempf graduated from Sterling College in 2010 with a major in k-12 Physical Education and Exercise Science. He played Football for Sterling College under coach Lambert from 2005 – 2009.
Paul enjoys playing deer hunting, hand fishing, and watching football. He has been married to his beautiful wife Samantha since June 2008. They reside in Sterling with their two dogs Nitschke and Ginger.
Bachelor in Physical Education and Exercise Science from Sterling College
Chuck Lambert begins his eighth season as Defensive Coordinator for the Sterling College Warrior football program in 2011.
Lambert’s defense ranked first in the KCAC for the second straight year and 17th in the NAIA in scoring de¬fense in 2010, building Lambert’s streak of having a defense in the top 25 in the nation in scoring defense to five straight seasons. Coach Lambert’s 2010 defense was ranked nationally in the top 25 in five different defensive statistical categories.