Anne joins EAA as the program manager for EAA Lacrosse and EAA Football. She will focus on players, parents, and coaches having a positive experience within the mission, vision, and values of the organization. Anne will be in the office and the primary day to day contact. She is especially excited to be a part of the introduction of lacrosse to the girls and boys in the EAA community.
Anne graduated from BYU with a degree in Elementary Education. Anne was a multisport athlete, competing in field hockey and lacrosse and played club lacrosse in college. While in school, she coached the Timpview High School girls team, helping to build the sport in an area where it was in the early stages of growth, similar to Omaha today. She then moved back east and taught 4th grade in McLean, VA and became the head coach at McLean High School in the Washington, D.C. area. After moving to Indianapolis, IN for several years and staying home for a stretch with her four children, she became a group fitness instructor with LA Fitness and (currently) LifeTime Fitness. With a move to Omaha where her husband is from, she involved herself in education again as a substitute teacher with Elkhorn Public Schools.
Anne’s background in coaching, education and as a parent of several EAA athletes has given her a unique perspective that she brings to the team at Elkhorn Athletic Association. She is looking forward to getting to know and creating a good experience for EAA athletes and their families.
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Shoshone has been a site supervisor for EAA Basketball the past three seasons and has been a site supervisor for EAA Flag Football for the past two seasons. He grew up playing sports (soccer, baseball, basketball, football, ice hockey, golf) and then as he got older began coaching his kid’s teams. He coached soccer, flag football, and baseball. Shoshone is married and has two kids: Kennedy, a freshman at UNO and Wesley, a sophomore at Mount Michael.
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Austin Steele is a former college football player and first-generation student at Waldorf University. He completed with a Sport Management degree, and he's worked at Elkhorn South High School as a Level 3 supervisor and freshman football coach for the past year. He's currently enrolled at Creighton University Grad school, pursuing his Master's of Organizational Leadership with a Sports Leadership certificate. He brings strong leadership qualities and a passion for sports, especially football. Outside of football, Austin and his wife Nikki are at the park with their dog or trying a new food place.
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