Terell is a familiar face to many of us on campus, as she has transitioned from Student Life to her new role as an Asst. Professor of Sports Management. Terell earned her BS in Exercise Science from Sterling College in 2007, and then her MS in Sports Administration from the University of Colorado, in Greeley.
Anna began working at Sterling College in the Fall of 2019. Anna grew up in Wichita, KS and attended Sterling College where she ran cross country and track as well as earned her B.S. in athletic training. She stayed in Sterling and was hired on staff as solely an AT and transitioned to full-time AT faculty in Fall 2020. She earned her M.S. degree in athletic training from Indiana Wesleyan University.
Andrew Drake returned to Sterling in the Fall of 2020. He serves as the Head Athletic Trainer as well as a clinical faculty member in the Athletic Training and Health Science departments. Andrew received his B.S in Athletic Training from Sterling College in 2012. After graduation he completed an internship with South Lake Hospital in Clermont, Florida working at ESPN Wide World of Sports. In the Fall of 2013, he began working as a Graduate Assistant at The University of West Alabama. During this time, Andrew worked with the Rodeo, Tennis, Track & Cross Country, and Football teams.
Stoltz comes to Sterling College from Barton County Community College, where she was an assistant coach for the last two seasons. In her first season at Barton, she helped the Cougars make a run for the Region VI title coming up short to end the season at 33-17. The Cougars earned a second-place finish in the Jayhawk East standings at 20-6, which included breaking up 10th ranked Butler's 77 conference game winning streak.
Timothy Hendrixson graduated Sterling College in May of 2019 with a B.S. in Sports Management. While attending Sterling College he participated in basketball as a player and student assistant coach.
Scott Downing ’79 is Sterling’s vice president for athletics. In his role at Sterling, Downing’s responsibilities include providing the strategic vision for Warrior Athletics and fundraising support to allow Sterling to consistently compete for championships. He provides long-range planning for Warrior Athletics and ensure compliance with the rules and regulations governing the operation of the athletic programs. Downing oversees an athletic department that features 18 teams and over 300 student-athletes.
Nic Martinez is in his seventh year here at Sterling College, and is now set to begin his first official year as Head Men's Soccer coach in the fall of 2017. Coach Martinez has been a part of the Sterling soccer programs for the past seven years, working as an assistant for both the women's and men's soccer teams. As a former Warrior and standout keeper himself, Martinez has been the goalkeeper coach for both the women's and men's programs during his time at Sterling. Coach Martinez also played professional soccer for the Wichita Wings and the Wichita B-52s in Wichita, Kan.