"My main focus is to create the most positive, holistic educational atmosphere through athletics and wellness."
Mr. Hollway joined Kent Denver in 2020 from the Hill School, where he served as Associate Director of Athletics and Co-Curricular Activities and head varsity football coach. He brings 16 years of coaching and athletic department leadership and a long-standing commitment to diversity and inclusivity to his new role leading Kent Denver's athletics programs.
"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.
2021 National Assistant Coach of the Year, WBCA
"I enjoy coaching because I get to build relationships with students 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. She currently serves as Middle School athletics coordinator and coaches volleyball and basketball.
"I enjoy watching the students grow as people the more they learn."
Ms. MacLeod joined Kent Denver's athletics team in 2019, after a stellar college career playing both field hockey and lacrosse at the Division 1 level. She has worked as a coach and counselor at field hockey and lacrosse camps across the country and served as a fly-fishing guide at the A Bar A Ranch in Wyoming.
National Athletic Trainers Association Certification
"I'm always there for the kids and their families, in their easiest or in their most difficult times."
A key member of Kent Denver's athletics team since 1997, Mr. Pearman provides a warm and reassuring presence on the sidelines and in the training room.
B.A.—Mass Communication and Journalism“I’m excited to interact and connect with students, faculty and coaches. It’s uplifting attending athletic events and seeing how everyone supports each other as one great community.”
A baseball player at Benedictine College, Mr. Russum joined Kent Denver’s Athletics department to assist the school in providing the best sports experience possible for our students. He aims to help student-athletes achieve success both on and off the field, while teaching young people the values of sportsmanship, leadership and healthy lifestyles that will prepare them for college and beyond.