Head men’s tennis coach Lonnie Isaac begins his 1st season at Sterling and 16th overall at the collegiate level. Prior to coming to Sterling, Isaac was the head coach at Bethel College in North Newton, Kansas for the men’s and women’s tennis programs. At Bethel Isaac coached the women’s team to compete in eight straight KCAC Championships, winning six in a row from 2008-2013 and qualified for the NAIA National Tennis Championships five times. The women’s team won 37 straight KCAC dual matches between 2008-2014 and the men’s team also played in the KCAC Championship
Caden Ford begins his first year as the Sports Information Director at Sterling College. He oversees the marketing and public relations of the Warrior Athletic Department and is responsible for managing the Warrior athletic website (scwarriors.com), handling social media, production of organizational media, overseeing the Sterling College Sports Network, and game day statistics. Caden graduated from Sterling College in 2016 with a BS in Sports Management. During his time at Sterling College, he was a member of the football team and was a part of the 2013 KCAC Conference Championship.
Brittainy Streckfus will be working primarily with the men’s and women’s soccer teams and softball.
Brittainy received her B.S. degree in Athletic Training from Kent State University in 2012. While at KSU, she worked with a variety of teams, including men’s basketball, football, baseball, and track and field.
"We moved to Sterling in 1999, after living in Wichita for most of our lives. After my dad’s passing in 2010, my brother started searching out our roots here in Sterling and found that our great great Grandfather, J.O. Stow was one of the very first trustees at Cooper College and influential in helping to establish it. My great grandmother and great grandfather were married by Dr. Spencer. Our family has deep roots here in Sterling, which we were unaware of when we moved here.
Brown returns to Sterling College after serving as the director of virtual learning and instructional technology at Hutchinson Community College. Prior to that, he was the vice president for innovation and technology at Sterling from 2005 to 2011.
“What a wonderful opportunity to serve where my heart lies, within an institution that I hold so dear. The future presents tremendous potential for Sterling College, and I am blessed to be able to take part in that progress as a servant leader, working alongside skilled and caring professionals who are here to serve Christ,” said Brown.