Kaylee Moyer
College: Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Hometown: Simla, Colorado
Moyer is a five-year National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA) competitor, multiple College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) qualifier, and has served as Central Plains Event Director.
She said, “I have gained extensive knowledge in how the college rodeos are ran and what it takes to have a winning team.” She said her Bachelors in education, her experiences in the teaching field, and her passion for the sport of rodeo have helped to prepare her to be a better coach.
“The depth of experience I can offer and my dedication to continuous learning will contribute to Frank Phillips College establishing a winning tradition,” she said. “While my focus as a coach is on winning, my main focus and number one priority is always building athletes who uphold a respected, responsible, and passionate character. I believe that only through hard work, dedication, honesty, and integrity can a program continue to provide winning athletes both in and out of the classroom.”
Moyer’s professional highlights include: 2014 Central Plains All-Around Cowgirl; 2014 Central Plains Regional Goat Tying Champion; 2012 CNFR Reserve All-Around Champion; Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch Assistant Women’s Coach; Fundamentals of Success Clinician; Central Plains Goat Tying Director; and Fellowship of Christian Cowboys National Rodeo Bible Camps Women’s Timed Event Coordinator.

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