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, â€œI have gained extensive knowledge in how the college rodeos are ran and what it takes to have a winning team.â€ 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.
â€œThe depth of experience I can offer and my dedication to continuous learning will contribute to Frank Phillips College establishing a winning tradition,â€ she said. â€œWhile 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.â€
Moyerâ€™s professional highlights include: 2014 Central Plains All-Around Cowgirl; 2014 Central Plains Regional Goat Tying Champion; 2012 CNFR Reserve All-Around Champion; Cal Farleyâ€™s Boys Ranch Assistant Womenâ€™s Coach; Fundamentals of Success Clinician; Central Plains Goat Tying Director; and Fellowship of Christian Cowboys National Rodeo Bible Camps Womenâ€™s Timed Event Coordinator.