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MARTY O’LEARY

OFFENSIVE GRADUATE ASSISTANT

ASSISTANT AD/FOOTBALL OPERATIONS • SEVENTH YEAR AT UCF Marty O’Leary is in his sixth year on the UCF football staff as the director of football operations and seventh overall after spending one season as a graduate assistant. O’Leary was promoted to assistant A.D. for football operations in the spring of 2008 following the Knights run to the C-USA Championship title the previous season. Prior to UCF, he worked in the financial field for Invesco Retirement, Inc. O’Leary oversees the day-to-day operations of the football program from budget development, daily logistics of practice, as well as the institution of football policies and procedures.

In previous summers, O’Leary has been in charge of managing the UCF Football Women’s Clinic, which has helped teach the game to more than 500 female fans of the program. He also serves as a liaison between football and academic services, compliance and other campus governing bodies. O’Leary graduated from Georgia Tech in 2002 with a degree in business management. He lettered in football at Tech as a free safety.

SPECIAL ASST. TO THE HEAD COACH • THIRD YEAR AT UCF general manager and vice president of Tropical Ford Inc., turning the dealership from a 90-unit a month operation into a 600-unit a month operation, one of the largest in Orlando. Messegeur served as a pilot in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam era and remains instrument rated as a private pilot. He is originally a native of Miami and first moved to Orlando when stationed at McCoy Air Force Base. He lives with his wife Madalana. They have three children and five grandchildren.

ALBERT BOONE

Sean Gregory begins his first eason as the offensive graduate assistant for the UCF football program. Gregory starred at Georgia Tech from 199801 under George O’Leary where he led the Yellow Jackets in rushing in 1999, served as a team captain in 2001 and played in four bowl games. He signed as a free agent with the Baltimore Ravens in 2002. Gregory earned a bachelor’s degree in management from Georgia Tech in 2001 and worked in the private sector from 2003-10.

G. ALAN WILLIAMS FIRST YEAR AT UCF G. Alan Williams begins his first season as the defensive graduate assistant with the UCF football program. Williams comes to UCF after spending three years as the head coach of Suncoast High School in Riviera Beach where he sent eight players on to college. He had previously coached linebackers at Palm Beach Lakes HS (2004) and linebackers (2005) and defensive line (2006) at William T. Dwyer HS. Williams played defensive line at Kent State from 2000-03 before earning a bachelor’s degree in management and industrial studies in 2004.

OPERATIONS GRADUATE ASSISTANT

DIRECTOR OF PLAYER PERSONNEL • SECOND YEAR AT UCF Albert Boone is in his second season as the Knights’ director of player personnel. Boone focuses on assisting with UCF’s recruiting efforts. In this role, Boone manages UCF’s recruiting database, handles correspondence with recruits, helps coordinate recruiting travel and assists recruits during the admission process. He oversees all oncampus visits by recruits and directs events including junior day and high school coaches’ clinics. Boone is no stranger to UCF Athletics. From 2005-08, he served as an assistant general manager for ISP Sports on campus. During his tenure at ISP, Boone handled advertising sales, sponsorships and marketing. He also assisted in the production of UCF

FIRST YEAR AT UCF

DEFENSIVE GRADUATE ASSISTANT

MANNY MESSEGUER Manny Messeguer, who has missed only a few games in UCF’s 31 years of football, begins his third year as special assistant to head coach George O’Leary. Messeguer, who has met every UCF president, athletics director and football coach, began his association with the program in 1979 as a fan and proud Orlando resident. In 1982 he became a donor leader and has served the program in numerous capacities, including as a radio network sideline reporter and a personal pilot for former head coach Gene McDowell. Prior to formally joining the UCF program in February of 2008, Messeguer spent 18 years as

SEAN GREGORY

Sports Today with George O’Leary and the football weekly radio show. Prior to joining the UCFISP Sports staff, Boone was an account executive in the USF marketing and ticket sales office for one year. After graduating from Florida State in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing, Boone worked as an associate adjuster for USAA Insurance.

ALEX THOMPSON FIRST YEAR AT UCF Alex Thompson begins his first season as the operations graduate assistant for the football program. Thompson earned four varsity letters for the Knights from 2006-09 as a linebacker and special teams standout. He played in 42 games for UCF, making 56 tackles, including 24 his senior year. A native of Gainesville where he was an all-state pick at Buchholz High School, Thompson earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from UCF in 2009 and is currently working on a master’s degree in that same discipline.

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MARY VANDER HEIDEN

HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER/FOOTBALL • 11TH YEAR AT UCF Mary Vander Heiden begins her 11th year as an athletic trainer for UCF and third as the head football trainer. Vander Heiden completed her master’s of arts degree in exercise physiology in 2001 from UCF while serving as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the football team. A 1998 graduate of Wisconsin Eau-Claire, Vander Heiden earned a B.S. degree in kinesiology, with a minor in exercise management and a concentration in sports medicine. Prior to her graduation, Vander Heiden attended Wisconsin-Stout where she played softball from 1993-97. As part of her graduation requirements at UW

Eau-Claire, Vander Heiden worked with the University of Minnesota football team as a student athletic trainer. Vander Heiden served as the associate head athletic trainer for the annual Gridiron Classic from 1999-04. She was an instructor in the NATABOC Accredited Athletic Training Program at UCF from 2001-04, teaching Intro to Pharmacology and Field Applications and assisting with Biomechanics and Modalities as a lab instructor. Vander Heiden remains a clinical instructor. Vander Heiden is a native of Port Washington, Wis.

JUD FANN

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER • FOURTH YEAR AT UCF Jud Fann embarks on his fourth season at UCF serving as the top assistant on the Knights’ athletic training staff. Fann coordinates all day-to-day athletic training operations for UCF football. Fann came to UCF from Stetson where he served as an assistant athletic trainer from 2005-07, working with the Hatters’ men’s basketball team. He also served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach while at Stetson. A native of Safety Harbor, Fann graduated from UCF in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in ath-

letic training and also worked as a student athletic trainer while an undergraduate. He earned a master’s degree in exercise science from Tennessee. While in Knoxville, Fann served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for UT’s intramural and club sports. He is a member of NATA, the NSCA, ATAF and SEATA.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER

ED WOODLEY THIRD YEAR AT UCF Ed Woodley starts his third season as an assistant athletic trainer working for the Knights’ football team. He helps in a full-time capacity with all day-to-day athletic training components of the UCF football program. Woodley first came to the Sunshine State as an athletic training intern at the University of Florida where he worked mainly with the Gator football and men’s tennis teams. He spent the 2006-08 seasons as a graduate assistant at Southern Miss working with the softball, football, track and field and cross country teams in Hattiesburg. He also worked a summer internship with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2008 and as a student athletic trainer at the United States Air Force Academy for the fall 2003 semester.

GA ATHLETIC TRAINER

PHIL WORTS FIRST YEAR AT UCF Phil Worts is in his first year as the UCF football team’s graduate assistant athletic trainer. Worts assists in all of the team’s dayto-day athletic training needs including injury care and prevention while also instructing in the athletic training educational program. He has spent the past year working at Winter Park High School and Jewett Physical Therapy. As a student athletic trainer at UCF from 2007-09, Worts worked with football, baseball, rowing and women’s soccer. He also assisted at both Winter Park and Timber Creek High Schools. Worts earned an associate’s degree in liberal studies from Fullerton (Calif.) College in 2005 and a cum laude bachelor’s degree in health science with an emphasis in athletic training and a fitness training minor from UCF in 2009. Worts is currently pursuing a master’s degree in sports and fitness from UCF with an emphasis in applied exercise physiology. He is a member fo NATA, ATAF, SEATA and the NSCA.

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DR. KENNETH KRUMINS, M.D. TEAM PHYSICIAN

Kenneth A. Krumins, M.D. has been an orthopaedic surgeon since 1997 and has been part of the Winter Park/Orlando community ever since. Krumins became the head team physician for UCF in 2003. He has been trained in and is extremely successful in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee, sports medicine and general orthopaedics. Krumins serves as the Chairman of Orthopaedics at Winter Park Hospital. After earning a bachelor’s degree from DePauw

in 1986, Krumins attended The Medical College of Pennsylvania, graduating in 1990. He was both an intern and resident at West Chester County Medical Center in New York while also doing a residency at the State University of New York Health Science Center in Syracuse. He first came to Florida in 1997 as a fellow at Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic in Winter Park.

DR. DANIEL MONETTE, M.D. TEAM PHYSICIAN

Dr. Daniel Monette has been with UCF since 2002, while he also assists with Seminole High School and Seminole Community College. An associate clinical professor at Florida State, Monette works at the North Seminole Family Practice and Sports Medicine in Sanford. Throughout his career, Monette has been associated with the athletics scene. In 1999, he was a spectator urgent care physician for NASCAR and worked at Daytona International Speedway from

2001-02 as an attending physician. He also has spent time with Embry-Riddle, Daytona Beach Community College and Bethune-Cookman University. A graduate from the University of Colorado in 1994 with a bachelor of arts in African American studies, Monette received his medical doctorate from the UC Health Sciences Center in 1998.

UCF ALL-TIME ASSISTANT COACHING ROSTER Aldridge, Miles .................................................... 2004-06 Amman Richard ................................................... 1981-82 Anderson, Jerry ................................................... 1983-84 Barbour, Bernie .........................................................1980 Barresi, Jamie ...................................................... 2001-03 Beckton, Sean........................................1996-03, ‘09-10 Bennet, Bruce ...................................................... 1986-88 Bernhardt, Jim ..................................................... 2005-06 Blackney, Gary ...........................................................2008 Bland, Tommy ...................................................... 1979-80 Brady, Dave ................................................................1979 Carter, Aaron .............................................................1985 Carter, Doug......................................................... 1985-86 Chandler, Ernie ..........................................................1979 Chandler, Wes...................................................... 1994-95 Chizik, Gene ......................................................... 1998-01 Coatta, John ...............................................................1985 Collins, Earnest ..........................................................2007 Collins, Geoff ....................................................... 2008-09 Coso, Nick ............................................................ 1983-84 Costantini, Lorenzo .............................................. 2000-03 Cox, Andy............................................................. 1996-99 Crossman, Danny ................................................. 1997-98 Cubit, Bill ............................................................. 1983-85 D’ottavio, Bill........................................................ 1999-03 Dorrell, Karl ...............................................................1989 Ector, Robert ........................................................ 1991-93 Engelberg, Lewis “Bugsy” ..........................................1980 Flournoy, Melvin .................................................. 1987-88 Fontes, John ........................................................ 2002-03 Forbes, Reggie ...........................................................1981 Fountain, Scott .................................................... 1997-03 Freeman, Tom...................................................... 2007-08 Fry, Craig .............................................................. 1983-84 Gilbert, Joe .......................................................... 2004-06 Godsey, George ................................................ 2005-10 Gooch, Alan ......................................................... 1991-03 Goodyear, Tod...................................................... 1981-83 Graham, Mark ...........................................................1995 Green, Art ..................................................................1979 Green, Eric .................................................................2004 Hatcher, Chris ............................................................1996 Heath, Ted .................................................................1992 Hemmer, John ..........................................................1979 Hinshaw, Darin...........................................................2000 Hoffman, Charlie ................................................. 1989-90 Huff, Charles ........................................................ 1997-02 Huxtable, Dave ................................................. 2004-10 Jeremia, Davis (J.D.) ...................................................1983 Jones, Willie......................................................... 1995-96 Kelly, David....................................................... 2007-10

Kessier, Bob ...............................................................1981 Key, Brent ......................................................... 2006-10 Koschewa, Edgar.................................................. 1993-94 Kruczek, Mike ...................................................... 1985-97 LePain, Matt ........................................................ 1995-96 Lounsberry, Paul .................................................. 1987-99 Manfredi, Terry ..........................................................1982 Martin, Dana ....................................................... 1985-93 Martinez, Willie ................................................... 1995-96 McCarthy, D.J. ...................................................... 2004-05 McCarty, Peter ..................................................... 2004-07 McCaskill, Jack ...........................................................1979 McCrone, Ron ...................................................... 1992-94 McFarland, Robert ............................................... 2000-03 Messina, Mike ...........................................................1989 Miller, Eric..................................................................1994 Moore, Tom ...............................................................1991 Moss, Perry.......................................................... 1986-87 Murphy, Tom ....................................................... 1979-82 Nelsen, Bill .................................................................1994 Nickrenz, Chris ...........................................................1985 Owens, Billy ...............................................................1991 Panagos, Jim ..................................................... 2007-10 Parker, Frank ..............................................................1981 Perkins, Jay ................................................................1993 Pesonen, Dick ............................................................1980 Piccinini, John ............................................................1979 Polian, Brian ..............................................................2004 Pollard, Don “Deek” ............................................ 1990-93 Richart, Phil ......................................................... 1981-82 Robinson, Joe ............................................................2003 Rock, Matt .....................................................1994-95, ‘99 Romero, Randy .................................................... 1986-90 Ross, Lou.............................................................. 1979-80 Russell, Rusty .............................................................1989 Salem, Tim ....................................................... 2004-10 Scott, Dennis..............................................................1984 Seagraves, Al........................................................ 1983-85 Shackelford, Bob .................................................. 1988-90 Sirota, Mitch ..............................................................1983 Skladany, John .................................................2007, ‘10 Snell, David ................................................................1991 Stewart, Bill ...............................................................1994 Stewart, Pete .............................................................1983 Stockstill, Rick ...................................................... 1985-88 Taaffe, Charlie................................................... 2009-10 Thompson, Lance ................................................ 2004-06 Tuzzeo, Ray ................................................................1979 VanGorder, Brian ................................................. 1995-97 Winters, Bill ...............................................................1991 Current assistant coaches in bold.

TEAM PHYSICIAN

DR. MICHAEL JABLONSKI, M.D. Dr. Michael Jablonski has worked with the UCF football team since 2003 and is also the primary physician for UCF’s basketball and baseball teams. He is also an assistant team physician for the Orlando Magic and physician to the Orlando Ballet. Jablonski works at the Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic where he specializes in arthroscopic and reconstructive knee and shoulder surgery. He is certified by the AmericanBoard of Orthopaedic Surgery. Jablonski earned his pre-med degree from Florida in 1991, graduated from UF’s College of Medicine in 1995 and served as a resident at UF’s College of Medicine until 2000. Jablonski then spent a year as a fellow at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Ala.

TEAM PHYSICIAN

DR. DOUGLAS MEUSER, M.D. Dr. Douglas Meuser has a 21-year history of service in the Orlando area. He has been actively involved with UCF athletics since 2001 as a primary care physician. After arriving in 1989, he practiced for nine years as a community primary care physician. He taught at the Family Medicine residency at Florida Hospital between 1998 and 2006. He currently practices at Personalized Primary Care with emphasis on patient-centered care, evidencebased medicine and preventive health. For the past six years, Meuser has received the “Best Doctor” award. Twice he received the Florida Hospital Faculty of the Year award for his residency training work. He continues to provide clinical and classroom instruction for local medical students. Since 2004, Meuser serves as the medical director the Athletic Training Educational Program at UCF. He is a native of Columbus, Ohio. After graduating from St. Olaf College, he received his medical degree from Ohio State with honors. His post-graduate training was completed at Florida in family medicine. In 1999, he earned a certificate of added qualification in sports medicine. Meuser is an active member of the AAFP, FAFP, AMSSM and Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Honor Medical Society. 35


ED ELLIS

ASST. STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

DIRECTOR OF STRENGTH & CONDITIONING • SEVENTH YEAR AT UCF Ed Ellis is in his seventh season as the director of strength and conditioning at UCF, working directly with the football program while overseeing the strength and conditioning efforts for UCF’s 16-sport athletics program. Ellis served in the same capacity at Georgia Tech for the 2001-03 seasons before arriving at UCF in January of 2004. The 2000 College Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year for the Atlantic Coast Conference by the National Strength and Conditioning Association, he was the head strength coach at Wake Forest for seven years before his stint at Georgia Tech. Prior to his stretch at Wake Forest, Ellis spent four years (1991-94) as the head strength and conditioning coordinator at Illinois State and two years (1989-91)

as an assistant strength coach at Ole Miss. He started his career as a graduate assistant at Arkansas from 1987-89. Ellis earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Alabama in 1987 and received a master’s degree in education from Arkansas in 1989. Ellis is a master strength coach, which is the highest honor given by the collegiate strength and conditioning association. Ellis is married to the former Dyann Edmonston, and the couple has four children: Jessica, Nicole, Eric and Brian.

SCOTT SINCLAIR

B.J. FAULK SEVENTH YEAR AT UCF B.J. Faulk is in his seventh year as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at UCF. Faulk works with football as well as men’s basketball, baseball and track and field. Faulk has worked previously at both Illinois State and Wake Forest. He is a 1995 graduate of Illinois State, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology. He was a member of the track and field team for two years.

ASST. DIR. OF STRENGTH & CONDITIONING • SEVENTH YEAR AT UCF Scott Sinclair is in his seventh year at UCF as an assistant director of strength and conditioning. He works with the football program while also training the men’s and women’s golf teams. Sinclair came to UCF after working as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Georgia Tech from 2001-03. While with the Yellow Jackets, Sinclair worked as the director of player development for Georgia Tech’s football squad. Prior to Georgia Tech, he served as an assistant at Wake Forest from 199901. A native of Rockingham, N.C., Sinclair earned his bachelor’s degree in sports medicine from Guliford College in 1999. He received a master’s degree in

physical education from UCF in 2006. Sinclair is a member of both the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. Sinclair is also a certified strength and conditioning coach through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. Sinclair and his wife, Farrah, have one son, Creed, and one daughter, Asher.

DIRECTOR OF SPORTS TURFS & GROUNDS

ROBERT SAMPLE 10TH YEAR AT UCF Robert Sample has been at UCF since 2001 and, along with a diligent staff of eight, expertly maintains all of UCF’s varsity and intramural playing fields, covering 30 acres in all. Sample helps ensure that Bright House Networks Stadium and UCF’s practice fields are in excellent condition for the Knights. Prior to UCF, Sample worked for the PGA Tour for over 20 years, maintaining several courses including the TPC Scottsdale, TPC at Prestancia, Tucson’s Starr Pass and, eventually, Orange County National in Orlando. Sample graduated from Michigan State with a bachelor’s degree in turf grass management. He also attended Murray State where he played two years of varsity golf for the Racers. Sample resides with his wife, Leah.

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ROBERT JONES

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

DIRECTOR OF EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS • 11TH YEAR AT UCF Robert Jones begins his 11th season as the equipment coordinator at UCF. His primary responsibility is with the sport of football while he also oversees the equipment department for all 16 sports. Prior to getting back in collegiate athletics, Jones spent two years with Bike Athletic as its National Promo Director. Jones’ career in equipment began in 1985 with the Orlando Renegades of the USFL. A 1984 graduate of Carson Newman, Jones worked previously in equipment departments at

Northwestern (1985-87), Purdue (1987-93) and Louisville (1993-00). Jones and his staff were named the 2006-07 Conference USA Equipment Staff of the Year at the annual Athletic Equipment Managers Association Convention.

THADDEUS RIVERS

ASSISTANT EQUIPMENT MANAGER • SEVENTH YEAR AT UCF Thaddeus Rivers is in his seventh season at UCF as the assistant equipment manager for football, coming to Orlando in 2004. Rivers handles all dayto-day equipment operations for UCF’s football team and support staff, including ordering, issuing, maintaining and inventory. He also orders equipment for the sports medicine, video services and strength and conditioning departments. Rivers came to UCF after spending three seasons working in equipment operations for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers under the direction of Tim Sain, including the Buccaneers Super Bowl XXXVII win over the Oakland Raiders in San Diego. Rivers was previ-

ously a student equipment manager at the University of Florida for four years while an undergraduate. A native of Tallahassee, Rivers graduated from UF in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in commercial recreation and general business. He went on to earn a master’s from UCF in sports and fitness in 2008. Rivers is a member of AEMA. He and his wife, Rochelle, have a daughter, Adriann.

DANIELLE CUMM FIRST YEAR AT UCF Danielle Cumm is in her first season at UCF serving as the administrative assistant for the assistant coaching staff. She helps the staff with the compilation and assembly of playbooks and other tasks preparing the Knights for game day and beyond. She also serves as a general receptionist for the Wayne Densch Sports Center. Cumm spent 2005-08 working in UCF’s athletic marketing office where she was primarily responsible for baseball while also assisting with football and basketball. She was a marketing intern for the Houston Astros during their 2009 spring training in Kissimmee. A native of Jacksonville, Cumm earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from UCF in 2005 and a master’s degree in communications from UCF in 2007.

SR. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

LINDA WATTS FOURTH YEAR AT UCF Linda Watts is in a familiar role serving as the administrative assistant to head coach George O’Leary as she also worked in that capacity at Georgia Tech. Watts coordinates much of O’Leary’s schedule and helps with general office management. She worked for over 30 years at Georgia Tech, including time under head coaches Pepper Rodgers and Billy Curry, along with O’Leary. She also worked directly for many Georgia Tech athletic administrators during her time in Atlanta. Watts is a native of Chattanooga who attended Chattanooga Business School and spent 13 years at Western Union before going to Georgia Tech. She has three daughters, Tracie, Michelle and Sabrina, three grandchildren, Marcus, Shannon and Logan, and a pair of great grandchildren, Marcus, Jr. and Hannah.

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JOHN KVATEK

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR • ASSA

DIRECTOR OF VIDEO SERVICES • SEVENTH YEAR AT UCF John Kvatek enters his seventh season as a football support staff member and the director of video services at UCF. A 20-year veteran in the business, Kvatek was named the 2006-07 Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year at the annual Collegiate Sports Video Association in May of 2007. Prior to his arrival at UCF, Kvatek worked at Pinnacle Systems, Inc., where he worked from 199904. During his tenure at Pinnacle, Kvatek served as a product marketing manager for Networked News and Sports Editing Solutions. Prior to Pinnacle Systems, Kvatek was the athletic video services coordinator at Wisconsin from 1995-99. During his time in Madison, Kvatek was responsible for the development and utilization of the world’s first

digital video network for sports video analysis and editing and was a member of the Kohl Center Design Team. Kvatek has also worked as a video coordinator at Virginia Tech and Miami (Ohio) in their respective athletic departments. He is a graduate of Miami with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications. Kvatek was the Big Ten Video Coordinator of the Year in 1998 and earned the Conference USA award in 2007, 2009 and 2010. Kvatek and his wife, Michelle, have three sons: Conor, Liam and Declan.

NINTH YEAR AT UCF Kristy Belden is in her ninth year at UCF, where she serves as an associate director in the academic services for student-athletes office. She serves as the lead advisor for the Knights’ football team. She recieved her bachelor’s degree from St. John’s. Belden was a member of the Red Storm track and field team. Belden earned a master’s degree in educational psychology/sport psychology from Florida State. Kristy and her husband welcomed their first daughter, Zoe, in February.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR • ASSA

CHRIS HOOLEY

ASST. DIRECTOR/VIDEO SERVICES • SIXTH YEAR AT UCF Chris Hooley is starting her sixth football season at UCF as the assistant director of video services. Hooley assists heavily with football and serves in a primary role for a total of nine sports at UCF, including both basketball teams. While with the Knights, she has been a part of UCF video staffs that were named Conference USA’s best in 2007, 2009 and 2010. Hooley came to UCF from Southern Miss where she served as video coordinator from 2000-05 where she oversaw all team video operations. Hooley was recognized as the best in C-USA by her peers in both 2001 and 2004 while at USM. She came to Hattiesburg from Houston where she spent 1998-00 as as-

KRISTY BELDEN

sistant video director for the Cougars. She worked directly with football and the Clyde Drexler-coached basketball team while also overseeing students who covered all UH sporting events. The native of Sistersville, W. Va., graduated from Kentucky in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications. Hooley also worked in the UK sports video office as a student.

LINDSEY HEROLD SECOND YEAR AT UCF Lindsey Herold joined the ASSA staff as a full-time advisor in June of 2009. Her current role includes being an advisor for football, women’s tennis and UCF’s nationally-recognized spirit program. Herold has also taken part in creating and implementing the Shining Knights Summer Bridge Program where she co-teaches the student-athlete section of the student success course at UCF. A native of Cocoa, Herold earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from UCF in 2008 and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in educational leadership from UCF. She is married to former UCF baseball player Mitch Herold.

LEARING SPECIALIST • ASSA

LISA MOSER THIRD YEAR AT UCF Lisa Moser has been with Academic Services for Student-Athletes since June of 2008 and works extensively with the UCF football program. Her duties include program coordination of the Mentor Program and coordination of testing and assessments. Prior to arriving at UCF, she completed a graduate assistantship with the University of Oklahoma in a similar role. Moser earned her bachelor’s degree and played on the equestrian team at Fresno State. Prior to Fresno, Moser attended Medicine Hat College in Alberta, Canada, where she played basketball for two years. 38


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