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Dean of the School of Education
Professor of Education & Certification Officer

Phone: 602-749-5171
Email: kim.romero@ottawa.edu
Education
PhD - Arizona State University
MHL - Ottawa University
MEd - Arizona State University
BA - Western Michigan University
Kim Coffman-Romero holds a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from Arizona State University and has over 30 years experience in higher education; twenty as a faculty member with Ottawa University - Arizona. She earned a B.A. in Communication Arts & Sciences /Business at Western Michigan University and M.Ed. in Adult & Higher Education from Arizona State University. Prior to joining Ottawa University in 1994, Kim taught at Davenport College of Business, Arizona State University, and Grand Canyon University. She teaches a variety of courses both in the graduate and undergraduate programs for the Ottawa University School of Education.

At Ottawa University, she has held several positions and has served on numerous committees during her tenure including, Associate Dean of  Education, Campus Dean of Instruction, Academic Deans’ Council,  Faculty Academic Committee, Chair of Adjunct Faculty Support Committee, Chair of AZ Faculty, Blackboard Training and  Live Text facilitator for faculty and students.

Kim resides in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband Fred and has two sons, three step sons, and nine grandchildren.  She enjoys reading, photography, and the great outdoors.  

Dean of Arizona
Associate Professor of Teacher Education
 

Education
PhD - Capella University
MLA - Baker University
BS - Baker University
Dr. Amy Hogan earned a BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Vocal Music and a MLA from Baker University. She earned her PhD with a specialization in Advanced Classroom Instruction from Capella University. Her research focused on the relationship between preservice teachers and mentor teachers. Dr. Hogan served on the KS Regulations Board for teacher education, workgroups for the KEEP and KPTP evaluation tools, KS Teacher of the Year selection committees, task-forces for the Military Childhood Coalition, as a reviewer for NCATE and CAEP, and chaired a committee charged with revising the KS elementary education teacher licensure standards.

Her background includes mission coordination in the Tennessee Cumberland region, classroom teaching in the Shawnee-Mission School District, grant writing, developing small business enterprises, supporting programing for military families and children, and consulting in technology education and teacher assessment. While teaching in Shawnee-Mission, she was awarded twice West Antioch Elementary teacher of the year. Dr. Hogan has presented at numerous regional and national educational conferences, including TECHLearning. She has administrated several grants in technology and teacher education preparation. One of these grant projects regarding parent-community-school involvement is featured in the Harvard Family Research archives. 

Prior to becoming the inaugural dean for the Surprise, Arizona campus as well as the Dean of Arizona, Dr. Hogan served as Dean for the School of Education. 

Assistant Professor in Teacher Education

Education
EdD - ABD, Degree completion end of 2017/early 2018  
MSEd - Saint Joseph's University
BA - Rutger's University
Lisa Buccigrosse is an Ottawa University Faculty Member at the Residential Campus in Surprise, Arizona. She has been with Ottawa University since 2011. She has been an educator in a variety of capacities (teacher, professor, administrator, instructional coach, and mentor) since 2001 at both the elementary (K-8) and higher education levels. She has both online and face-to-face teaching experiences as well as course development and curriculum development for both modalities of instructing and learning. Her Bachelor’s degree is in Spanish, which she received from Rutger’s University. Her Master’s degree is in Elementary Education, which she received from Saint Joseph’s University. She is a National Board Certified Teacher in the area of Early and Middle Childhood with a specialization in English as a New Language. She is certified in the State of Arizona with Principal and Elementary Teaching Certificates and endorsements in Early Childhood, English as a Second Language, Bilingual Education (English/Spanish), and Gifted Education. Lisa also serves as a national presenter on different education topics with the National Education Association.
 
For fun, Lisa enjoys traveling. She has traveled to over 27 foreign countries to expand her cultural awareness and understanding.  Additionally, she enjoys taking care of her adopted rescue animals.

Director of Coaching Institute
Education Division Chair
Associate Professor of Physical Education
 

Phone: 785-248-2602
Email: andy.carrier@ottawa.edu
Education
MS - Emporia State University
BA - Bethany College
Coach Carrier begins his 24th year as the men’s head basketball coach at Ottawa University.  He ranks first in career wins at OU with 306.  Carrier has led the Braves to five trips to the NAIA National Tournament (1993, 1995, 2002, 2008 and 2009).  The Braves were NAIA District 10 Champions in ’93 and earned both the regular season and tournament KCAC Championships in ’95 and ’02.  They were again KCAC Champions in 2008 and won the KCAC Tournament Championship again in 2009.  Carrier was honored as the NAIA District 10 Coach of the Year in 1993, the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association award  in 1995 and 2009 and KCAC Coach of the Year in 1995, 2002 and 2008. 

Prior to coming to Ottawa University, Carrier served as an assistant basketball coach at Emporia State University, Washburn University and Fort Hays State University.  While on the staff at Washburn, the Ichabods won the 1987 NAIA National Championship.

Carrier graduated from Bethany College in 1981 (Business/Economics) and earned a masters degree from Emporia State University in 1986 (Physical Education and Exercise Physiology).  He had a stand-out career in both basketball and golf while at Bethany earning eight varsity letters.  He was a two-time all-conference performer in basketball and led the Swedes to back-to-back KCAC titles in 1980 and 1981.  He was also a member of the NAIA All-District 10 basketball team in 1981.  Also an All-Conference performer in golf, Carrier was inducted into the Bethany College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1996.

In addition to coaching basketball, Carrier has served Ottawa University as Director of Enrollment for three years, Director of Athletics for nine years and Dean of Student Affairs for four.  He served as Vice-President of the KCAC and was voted KCAC Athletic Administrator of the Year three times (1999, 2000 and 2005).  He was inducted into the Braves Athletic Hall of Fame in 2011.

Carrier is also an Associate Professor at OU and has taught in the Physical Education department as well as the Liberal Arts Studies program.  His wife, Debbie, is an Associate Professor at Johnson County Community College.  They have three children Skylar (23), Drew (17) and Kailea (13). 

Director of Athletics
Associate Professor of Physical Education

Phone: 785-248-2600
Email: arabie.conner@ottawa.edu
Education
MS - University of Kansas
BA - William Jewell College
Arabie Conner is in her eighth year at the helm of Ottawa University’s athletic department. The previous seven years have brought many accomplishments for the Braves: 179 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes, 40 NAIA All-Americans, 148 KCAC Players of the Week, 457 All-KCAC selections, eight teams have earned regular season KCAC Championships, and four have won KCAC Tournament Championships. From 2007-2012 18 teams were named NAIA Scholar Teams  and under her watch the Ottawa University Athletic Department has been named a Five Star Champions of Character Institution four times. Nine coaches have been named KCAC Coach of the Year, two have been named KBCA College Coach of the Year and two have earned region coach of the year. Under Conner, the football team has qualified for three straight NAIA playoffs, won the KCAC Championship in 2009 and 2011, and hosted two NAIA Playoff games (2010, 2011). The women's soccer team won back-to-back KCAC regular season championships (2009, 2010) and twice has qualified for the NAIA National Tournament (2009, 2011). The men’s and women’s basketball teams have each reached the Sweet 16 of the NAIA Division II National Tournament. The men’s team made back to back appearances at the NAIA National Tournament (2006-07, 2007-08) for the first time in program history.

Before being named Athletic Director Conner spent 11 years as the head women’s basketball coach at Ottawa University, stepping down after a record breaking 2006-07 season. Conner finished as the all-time winningest coach in Lady Brave history with 162 victories. She earned the Kansas Basketball Coaches Associations Women’s College Basketball Coach of the Year award 2003-04 and again in 2006-07. In 2004, 2006 and 2007, Conner led the Lady Braves to the KCAC Basketball Tournament Championship and to the NAIA Division II National Tournament. She also helped OU to its first ‘Sweet 16’ appearance at the NAIA National Tournament in 2007.

Conner graduated from William Jewell College in 1992 with a degree in health/exercise science and English. She was a four year letterwinner on the basketball court for the Cardinals, earning HAAC Player of the Year in 1991. Conner is fourth all-time in career scoring (1,893). Conner also played softball and soccer for WJC and after her playing days, she was an assistant coach on the women’s basketball team. Conner was named William Jewell Athlete of the Year twice and was inducted into William Jewell’s Hall-of-Fame in 2004.

Conner earned a master’s degree in sports administration and sport psychology from the University of Kansas. She has been an associate professor in the OU Physical Education department, taught in the Liberal Arts Studies Program and is the first female athletic director in school history.

Conner resides in Ottawa with her husband, Tim, and their children Cole (11), Kylie (10), Zoey (8) and Brodie (7).

KS Unit Head/Licensure Officer, Kansas sites
Associate Professor of Education
Lead Faculty Graduate: Secondary Education
Lead Faculty Undergraduate: Secondary Education & PreK-12 Art 

Phone: 785-248-2558
Email: denise.cook@ottawa.edu
Education
EdD - Southwestern College
MA - University of Kansas
BS - University of Kansas
Denise Cook received her Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (English and history) in 1977 from the University of Kansas and her master’s degree in counseling psychology in 1988 also from the University of Kansas.  She taught secondary education in the Kansas City area for eight years before taking a leave of absence to be with her family.  During that time she substituted and taught a few courses at Johnson County Community College.  Denise has been at Ottawa for over 15 years, supervising student teachers, practicum students, handling licensure, working with Professional Development Schools, and of course teaching education courses and advising students.  She has done many things in the education program and seeks to continue to aid the School of Education in training future educators! 

Executive Vice President and University Provost
Professor of Education
 

Phone: 913-266-8601
Education
DEd - Pennsylvania State University
MA - Ball State University
BS - Taylor University
Institute for Educational Management - Harvard University
Dr. Terry W. Haines joined Ottawa University in September of 2005 as the Provost of Ottawa University Kansas City and currently serves as University Provost and Chief Academic Officer.  Dr. Haines has served in higher education for more than thirty years, including nineteen of those years as a vice president and dean.  Immediately prior to coming to Ottawa University, Dr. Haines served for eleven years as a Vice President and Dean at Huntingdon College, where he also developed extension campuses, an international exchange program with universities in both Japan and Korea, and was instrumental in developing the first program at a national liberal arts college in the United States to provide both a personal computer and international travel to every undergraduate student. 
 
Dr. Haines earned a doctorate from The Pennsylvania State University in 1996, a Master of Arts degree from Ball State University in 1984, and a Bachelor’s of Science from Taylor University in 1980.  He completed additional course work in organizational strategic planning at University of Maryland and completed the Institute for Educational Management program in the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University in 1998.  Dr. Haines was one of the founders of the National Multi-cultural Student Leadership Conference at Messiah College in Pennsylvania. He developed the Duffy Institute for Church Leadership at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama; served on both the Mayor's Roundtable for Equality and Diversity and the Quad City Economic Development Committee in Davenport, Iowa; and served on the Board of Directors of Save-a-Life in Montgomery, Alabama.
 
Dr. Haines has presented at national conferences on issues of diversity and multiculturalism, international student leadership, community development, new administrative systems for college academic advising, as well as judicial affairs and management information systems in higher education.  Dr. Haines has authored two university handbooks on international student programs and has taught in the areas of the liberal arts, communications, strategic planning, and human development.  During his tenure at Huntingdon College, he helped to develop a new liberal arts core curriculum and taught courses on critical thinking in the subject areas of “origins of man” and “justice.”  This new curriculum was recognized for special merit and provided commendation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. 
 
Dr. Haines has also directed successful multi-million dollar fund raising initiatives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the U.S. Department of Education, The Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education, and the National Science Foundation. 
 
Dr. Haines grew up in Korea, the son of missionary parents. Dr. Haines and his wife, Mary, have two sons (Joshua and Caleb) and the Haines family lives in Overland Park, Kansas. 

Professor in Charge - Early Childhood, Elementary & Secondary Education


Academic Dean, OUKS
Associate Professor of Education
Adawe Center Director

Phone: 785-248-2540
Email: teresa.kelley@ottawa.edu
Education
PhD - University of Kansas
MS - Southwest Missouri State University
BS - Southwest Missouri State University
Dr. Teresa Kelley started her career in education as an elementary teacher and reading specialist. She later served as Associate Dean of Preparatory Programs at a small college in the urban core of Kansas City, Kansas. As the Director of the Adawe LifePlan Center, Kelley uses the knowledge and skills that she has gained throughout her career to provide holistic life coaching, mentoring, and advising to OU students. She enjoys the opportunity to assist students as they develop in all areas of life. In her role as Academic Dean, Dr. Kelley enjoys working with both faculty and students. 

Kelley earned her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Education at Southwest Missouri State University and her PhD in Curriculum and Instruction, with a minor in multicultural education, at the University of Kansas.
 

Assistant Coach - OUKS Men’s Basketball
Instructor in Education

Phone: 785-248-2613
Email: philip.mcclintock@ottawa.edu
Education
MEd – William Woods University
BA – Ottawa University 
Coach McClintock is in his third season as an assistant coach with the men's basketball program.
In the 2016-17 season, McClintock helped the Braves to a record of 14-17 overall and a record of 11-11 in the KCAC. He coached three All-KCAC performers, Logan Bullinger, Titus Rice, and Hollis Mitchell.
In his first season as an assistant coach the Braves finished with a record of 14-15 and a fourth place finish in the KCAC with a record of 10-10. He coached three All-KCAC performers with Preston Oakes being named Second Team All-KCAC, Marshon Norfleet earning Third Team honors, and Alex Hasty being named to the KCAC All-Defensive Team.
Before coming to OU, McClintock was the head boys’ basketball coach (2012-15) at Salem High School in Salem, Mo. While at SHS, he coached eight All-Conference performers, four All-District performers, and led Salem High to its first winning record (14-11) in eight years during the 2014-15.
Prior to becoming the head coach at Salem High School, McClintock was an assistant men’s basketball coach at William Woods University under Head Coach Nick Totta. While at WWU, he was the recruiting coordinator, worked individually with post players, and assisted with budgeting.
McClintock graduated from Ottawa University in January of 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education. As a member of the OU men’s basketball team, he helped the Braves to one KCAC Regular Season Championship, one KCAC Tournament Championship, two NAIA Division II National Tournament appearances, and two NAIA ‘Sweet 16’ appearances; he was a two-time First Team All-KCAC selection and a two-time NAIA Honorable Mention All-American.
McClintock also made his mark in the OU record book in his four years as a Brave. He is ranked in the top 10 in scoring (1,644), rebounding (810), steals (167), field goals attempted (1,169), field goals made (595), 3-pt field goals attempted (387), 3-pt field goals made (150), 3-pt field goal percentage (.387), free throws made (307), free throw percentage (.805), blocked shots (135), season scoring (691), season field goals attempted (494), season field goals made (247), season field goal percentage (.546), season steals (78), season blocked shots (48), single game rebounds (21), single game assists (10), single game steals (7), season scoring average (20.9), and season free throw percentage (.828).

McClintock graduated from William Woods University in May of 2012 with his master’s in athletics/activities administration.
 

Instructor in Education
Assistant Registrar

Phone: 623-233-5154
Email: angela.mendez@ottawa.edu

Instructor in Health Performance Science

Education
MS - Fort Hays State University
BA - University of New Mexico
Kristina Montano is an Ottawa University Faculty Member at the Residential Campus in Surprise, Arizona. She is new to Ottawa University, since June 2017. Her previous teaching experience is as Adjunct Faculty for Maricopa Community College. She has both online and face-to-face teaching experience, as well as course and curriculum development for the School of Education.  Her Bachelor’s degree is in PE Professional and Communications, which she received from University of New Mexico.  Her Master’s degree is in Health and Human Performance, which she received from Fort Hays State University.
 
For fun, Kristina enjoys spending time with her husband Alexander, son Stetson and Daughter Dezirae.  Additionally, she enjoys woodworking, decorating and upgrading her home with DIY projects on the weekend. 

Head Athletic Trainer
Assistant Professor of Physical Education

 

Phone: 785-248-2627
Email: jennifer.raybern@ottawa.edu
Education
MS - University of Kansas
BS - University of Kansas
Jennifer Raybern, a native of Lawrence, KS attended the University of Kansas where she completed her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with an Athletic Training Emphasis. While at KU, Jennifer served as a student athletic trainer working with the Jayhawk softball, football, women’s tennis, and swimming and diving teams.  She served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Baker University while completing her Master of Science in Kinesiology and Sports Psychology from the University of Kansas.
 
Jennifer began working at Ottawa University as the Head Athletic Trainer and an adjunct professor.  She has been a member of the faculty in addition to her Head Athletic Trainer position for over ten years.  She is an Assistant Professor and serves as the Lead Faculty for Exercise Science.  Jennifer uses her experiences as an athletic trainer to help her students by creating practical, real world applications for course material.  Jennifer describes herself as a lifelong learner who realizes the importance of always looking to learn from others and improve her skills.  This continued learning has helped to create a strong exercise science major based on the most current techniques and theories. Jennifer is a certified and licensed athletic trainer, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, a Performance Enhancement Specialist and is certified in Active Release Technique, Graston Technique and Kinesio Taping.
 

Director of Campus Ministries
Instructor in Education

Phone: 785-248-2575
Email: briley.rivers@ottawa.edu
Education
MEd - MidAmerica Nazarene University
BA - Ottawa University
Briley Rivers’ connection to Ottawa University started back in 1991 when he was in the 7th grade and attending a large Christian sports camp in Branson, MO.  While at camp, one of Briley’s counselors was none other than Chris Creighton, the man who would 6 years later be planted by God at Ottawa University as head football coach.  In 1997, Briley was recruited by Coach Creighton’s staff to OU.  While a student at Ottawa University, Briley played football and ran track.  He was also a Resident Assistant in the former Price Hall.  Briley graduated from Ottawa University in 2001 with a dual degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education.  In his final years at OU, Briley was asked to serve on the Campus Ministries Camp Team and it was in that assignment, that he and his wife Lisa (Fitch) Rivers, who graduated from OU in 2000, began dating and were married a year later.  They now have a son Cody who is 9 years-old and another child on the way in Nov. 2015.
 
Since graduating from OU, Briley has gone on to serve others in education and ministry.  He earned his Master’s Degree from MidAmerica Nazarene University in Educational Technology.  Briley has taught early childhood and/or elementary education for 11 years.  He is a favorite among his students and fellow staff for his fun, child-centered approach.  In 2004, he entered into ministry as full-time youth pastor at Westminster Presbyterian Church of Ottawa.  After teaching from 2008 to 2015, Briley was thrilled to have been called back into ministry in July 2015 as Director of Campus Ministries at Ottawa University.  It is his desire to see students grow to know Jesus personally just as he did through the guidance and mentorship of faculty and staff at Ottawa University years ago.

Head Coach -  OUKS Men's Basketball
Assistant Professor of Teacher Education

Phone: 785-248-2606
Email: aaron.siebenthall@ottawa.edu
Education
MA - Ottawa University
BS - University of Kansas
Coach Siebenthall came to Ottawa from Lawrence High School where he spent six seasons as the varsity assistant and head junior varsity coach. During that time he helped lead the Lions to two trips to the state tournament.

Siebenthall is a 2002 graduate from the University of Kansas with a degree in history and received his teaching licensure through Washburn University. He received his Master’s in Education with an emphasis in educational technology from Ottawa University. Siebenthall is currently teaching education classes in the Ottawa University education department.

Siebenthall spent three years as a practice player for the KU Women’s program, has been the director for the Lawrence High summer camps and has worked numerous other camps. He also coached football at LHS from 2001-2004.

Siebenthall is a member of the Kansas Coaches Association. He is the recruiting coordinator for the Braves and works with the perimeter players.

Adawe LifePlan Center Senior Advisor
Assistant Professor of Education

Phone: 785-248-2541
Email: william.towns@ottawa.edu
Education
PhD - University of Kansas
MA - University of Kansas
BS - University of Kansas
Dr. William C. Towns worked for the University of Kansas (KU) in different capacities over the past 32 years. He was the operations manager for the KU Memorial Unions from 1980 until 2002. While working as such, Towns pursued a master’s and completed the degree in 1995. He received his PhD in Foundations of Education from the University of Kansas in 2005. Towns’ research interests include the implications of social capital to students living in poverty and the influence of philosophical and ideological perspectives on education. He spent the last seven years for the Center for Research on Learning at the University of Kansas (KU-CRL) as the project coordinator for a GEARUP grant in the Topeka, Kansas, #501 School District.
 

Director, Office of Instructional Design & Academic Technology
Faculty - School of Education

Phone: 785-248-2510
Email: carine.ullom@ottawa.edu
Education
EdD - Fielding Graduate University
MA - University of Wyoming
BS - McPherson College

Carine Ullom, who joined Ottawa University in 2005, holds a double-major B.S. in computer science and German from McPherson College and an MA in German Languages and Literatures from the University of Wyoming.  She has over twenty years of experience with implementing educational technology in higher education, having served in roles at The University of Kansas and St. Lawrence University (SLU) prior to joining Ottawa University.  Ullom received a Fulbright grant to study computer-assisted language learning at Oldenburg Universitӓt in Germany in 1988. At SLU she was the Director of the Language Resource Center, a role that was the perfect blend of her love of technology, language learning, and international education.  At Ottawa University she has designed and co-taught three Globally Connected Teaching and Learning (GCTL) courses, one of which received an Exemplary Course Award from Blackboard in 2014 and another which formed the basis for her doctoral research.  Ullom completed her doctorate in Educational Leadership for Change at Fielding Graduate University, researching the impact of GCTL on global identity development among pre-service teachers.  Ullom has lived for extended periods in Germany and Macedonia, is fluent in German, and has travelled to over twenty countries.  She is passionate about the role that well-designed courses that leverage robust and easy-to-use technologies can have in supporting the intercultural competence development of undergraduate students. 

Director, Office of Instructional Design & Academic Technology
Faculty - School of Education

Phone: 785-248-2510
Email: carine.ullom@ottawa.edu
Education
EdD - Fielding Graduate University
MA - University of Wyoming
BS - McPherson College

Carine Ullom, who joined Ottawa University in 2005, holds a double-major B.S. in computer science and German from McPherson College and an MA in German Languages and Literatures from the University of Wyoming.  She has over twenty years of experience with implementing educational technology in higher education, having served in roles at The University of Kansas and St. Lawrence University (SLU) prior to joining Ottawa University.  Ullom received a Fulbright grant to study computer-assisted language learning at Oldenburg Universitӓt in Germany in 1988. At SLU she was the Director of the Language Resource Center, a role that was the perfect blend of her love of technology, language learning, and international education.  At Ottawa University she has designed and co-taught three Globally Connected Teaching and Learning (GCTL) courses, one of which received an Exemplary Course Award from Blackboard in 2014 and another which formed the basis for her doctoral research.  Ullom completed her doctorate in Educational Leadership for Change at Fielding Graduate University, researching the impact of GCTL on global identity development among pre-service teachers.  Ullom has lived for extended periods in Germany and Macedonia, is fluent in German, and has travelled to over twenty countries.  She is passionate about the role that well-designed courses that leverage robust and easy-to-use technologies can have in supporting the intercultural competence development of undergraduate students. 

Associate Professor of Physical Education
 

Phone: 785-248-2625
Email: kirk.wren@ottawa.edu
Education
MA - University of Missouri-Kansas City
BS - Fort Hays State University
AA - Cloud County Community College
Kirk Wren has been with Ottawa University for 17 years.  He earned his Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences and Allied Health with an Emphasis in Education from Fort Hays State University.  He earned his master’s degree in higher administration in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in physical education from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. 

Kirk’s previous experiences include the head men’s and women’s cross country and track/field coach and health and physical education instructor at Butler County Community College in El Dorado, Kan.  He has also served as the assistant track and field coach and clinic speaker at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.  Before coming to Ottawa he was the head cross country coach and instructor in physical education at Metropolitan Community College in Kansas City, Mo.

While at Ottawa University, Kirk has served as the assistant athletic director and currently serves as the head men’s and women’s cross country and track/field coach as well as associate professor in the liberal arts and physical education. 

Some of Kirk’s honors include the Class of 1966 award from Ottawa University, Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, KCAC Women’s Cross Country Coach of the Year (1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2003), KCAC Men’s Cross Country Coach of the Year (1996, 2001, 2004), KCAC Women’s Track & Field Coach of the Year (2000), and Cross Country Academic All-American Team.