Kaylee Moyer
College: Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Hometown: Ramah, CO
Starting the Fall of 2014 FPC Head Rodeo Coach Kaylee Moyer became a Plainsmen. She is a multiple College National Finals(CNFR) qualifier, multiple regional champion, 2012 CNFR Reserve All-Around Cowgirl, previous director, clinician, and coach. Coach Moyer started her education at Eastern Wyoming College, finished her bachelors at Oklahoma Panhandle State University and then pursued her Masters at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. While my focus as a coach is on winning, my main focus and number one priority is always building athletes who uphold a respected, responsible, and passionate character. I believe that only through hard work, dedication, honesty, and integrity can a program continue to provide winning athletes both in and out of the classroom. Moyer's professional highlights include: Central Plains All-Around Cowgirl, Central Plains Regional Goat Tying Champion, 2012 CNFR Reserve All-Around Champion,2015 Spicer Gripp Women's Breakaway Champion, Fundamentals of Success Clinician, Central Plains Goat Tying Director, and Fellowship of Christian Cowboys(FCC)National Rodeo Bible Camps Women's Timed Event Coordinator.
Josh Davison
College: New Mexico State University
Hometown: Miles City, MT
Coach Davison is a multiple CNFR qualifier in the bullriding, Bareback riding, and saddle Bronc riding, past Grand Canyon Regional Student Director, 2X PRCA Turquoise Circuit Finalist, & 2017 PRCA Dodge National Circuit Finalist. He is a graduate of NMSU & past alumni of EWC receiving a Bachelors of Science in AG Economics & Business as well as his welding certificate.
Frank Phillips College © 2011-2017 - P.O. Box 5118 • Borger, TX 79008-5118 • Phone: 806-457-4200
Notice of Nondiscrimination