MSCC Class of 2014

Kathy Wagner

Assistant AD for Sports Performance

Kathy Crowe-Wagner began at the University of Texas at Arlington in 2009 where she works directly with volleyball, softball, track and field, and baseball.

She began her career as a graduate assistant at the University of Texas at El Paso. Upon earning her Masters, she was elevated to a full-time assistant. In 2002 she moved on as an assistant at The Ohio State University. After 2.5 years, she headed west to the University of Wyoming for a 5-year stint. Over the years and stops along the way, Crowe-Wagner has had the privilege of working with a number of highly successful athletes, coaches, and programs.

Crowe-Wagner was a 4-year letter winner at Angelo State University where she received her degree in Kinesiology, graduating Magna Cum Laude. As a member of the track team, she was a three time All-American in the discus, set the ASU discus record, and received 2 Academic All-American awards.

Kathy would like to thank:
- Coach Stiggins for giving her a start as an intern at BYU to gain experience in the profession
- Raychelle Ellsworth for standing in the freezing rain with her baby in a stroller so they could meet in between events at the ATM track meet to learn more about the profession
- Stephanie Tracey-Simmons for always being there and helping her through everything over the past 14 years
- All of her previous mentors: Craig Sowers, Anthony Glass, Scott Bennett, and Trent Greener for allowing her to work on their staffs and helping her grow as a professional
- Her parents for supporting her pursuit of a profession that is challenging in every sense of the word: mentally, physically, and financially
- Her husband, Chris, for his unwavering support despite the demands of the profession
- Her 2 daughters, Nicole and Morgan, for keeping life in perspective and reminding her every day of what is truly important.