SCCC mixes up coaching staff

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SCCC mixes up coaching staff

There is at least one new coach in every sport at SCCC this year.

There is at least one new coach in every sport at SCCC this year.

Amberley Taylor

There is at least one new coach in every sport at SCCC this year.

Amberley Taylor

Amberley Taylor

There is at least one new coach in every sport at SCCC this year.

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Seward County Community College has had a mix up the athletics department. There’s at least one new coach in every single sports. Some teams have a whole new staff, while others just added one new coach. Crusader took time to talk to a few of the new arrivals to see what their expectations are this year.

Assistant Volleyball Coach, Parker Thompson

 

What do you love most about your sport?
“The fluidity of the game, the epsom flow of the game and it’s hard to coach.” 

How long have you been coaching before Seward County Community College?
“I would coach at camps.” 

What are your goals for this season?
“I want to graduate all kids and win as many games as possible.”

 

 


 

Head Volleyball Coach, Tony Trifonov


What do you love most about your sport?
“The dynamics, I started at 10 years old and fell in love with it.”

How long have you been coaching before Seward County Community College?
“I have been coaching for 25 years.”

What are your goals for this season?
“I want to win the championship game and keep going.”

 

 


 

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach, Lizzie Nessling


What do you love most about your sport?
“The team aspect of it makes it exciting.”

How long have you been coaching before Seward County Community College?
“I have been coaching 3 years.”

What are your goals for this season?
“I want to win the championship and do better everyday.”

 

 


 

Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Austin Mefford


What do you love most about your sport?
“Helping young people, teaching life lessons and developing character.”

How long have you been coaching before Seward County Community College?
“I have been coaching for 9 years.”

What are your goals for this season?
“I want to win the region.”

 

 


 

Assistant Baseball Coach, Paul Pulley


What do you love most about your sport?
“The failure challenges you learn about yourself as a baseball player and as person. I like knowing the other team is better than you and you still have a chance of winning.”

How long have you been coaching before Seward County Community College?
“I have been coaching for 6 years.”

What are your goals for this season?
“I want the players to stay healthy, make their grades, and to make it to the series again.”

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