Athletics Faculty & Staff
B.A., Foreign Affairs
B.A. - Journalism
M.A. - Sports Management
“Improving in a sport takes practice, patience and dedication. I enjoy watching students perfect their skills.”Being able to work in a team is one of the hallmarks of a successful career. Mr. Judd takes great pride in helping students master the art of teamwork at this foundational stage of their lives.
B.A. - Mathematics
“I enjoy coaching because I get to build relationships with kids and help them grow their leadership and character through the vehicle of sports.”Before coming to Kent Denver, Ms. Kyser was a college athlete competing in women's basketball at Wheaton College.
B.A. - Business
Already an assistant boy's lacrosse coach at Kent Denver, Mr. Mulvihill joined the school's Athletics Department as a Fellow in 2018. He was previously Lacrosse Program Coordinator for I9 Sports in Denver.
B.A. - Communications
“Teaching has changed my life. The love and respect I have for this school, each student and member of this community has helped me grow and made me want to be a better person.”Prior to working at Kent Denver, Ms. Otero attended the University of Denver where she was the starting point guard on the Varsity Women's Basketball team. She still holds the University’s 3-point percentage record. She also ran camps and coached two middle school basketball teams before graduating.
B.A.“I'm always there for the kids and their families, in their easiest or in their most difficult times.”
B.S. - Exercise Science
Before joining Kent Denver Ms. Tobin worked as a youth sports performance trainer in Massachusetts, then as a personal trainer in downtown Denver.
"I enjoy teaching because at heart I'll always be a kid myself and I hope I can grow their confidence and keep their curiosity flowing!"
M.A. - Educational Administration
Scott Yates Leadership Chair
“I love seeing growth in student-athletes, the lessons they learn while participating in athletics will last them a lifetime.”Coach Yates has been at Kent Denver for nearly 40 years. He joined the athletic department as a new college graduate. Apart from one year spent at Arizona State University, he has never left the Kent Denver community.