Coach Profiles

John Sisemore

Coach John Sisemore

Coach Sisemore has an impressive coaching background as he was the head coach at Ecclesia College, Adidas National team, and Crush Elite Softball team. He also served as an assistant coach at the University of Arkansas. He has a 6 year coaching record of 268 wins and 41 losses.

The Ecclesia program in Springdale, AR, was a start up program where he helped build an on campus field and indoor practice facility. He has also coached many standout performers: 3 All SEC & NCAA All-Americans, 4 All Big 12 Performers, 2 National Pro Fastpitch performers, and 3 ASA national qualifier teams.

When applying for the position Sisemore indicated he had a desire to build a national champion team. “I am honored to be a part of such a great atmosphere here at Crowder. When I was given this tremendous opportunity I had no idea what a wonderful welcoming place I was coming to. This has to be the best kept secret in the country! I hope to help continue the winning traditions and hard work ethics that have been instilled by the faculty now and before me. I truly now understand “the Crowder way” and look forward to letting the secret out,” said Sisemore.

 

 
Samantha Juarez

Sam Juarez
Assistant Softball Coach

Samantha Juarez is in her first season as assistant softball coach for Crowder College. Her responsibilities for the Lady Riders include working with the infielders and catchers. She previously coached at Ecclesia College with Head Coach John Sisemore. There she helped start the softball program in 2011 at the college.

Originally from Tucson, Arizona, Coach Juarez attended MidAmerica Nazarene University (Olathe, KS) for Coach Steve Babinsk where she was a four year starter. She graduated 2009 with degrees in Athletic Training and Sports Management. Along with playing softball, she competed for the Pioneer Olympic Weightlifting team. In 2009, she was awarded the National Strength and Conditioning All-American Award. Coach Juarez coached the summer weight training program for the MNU football team in 2009 along with various Kansas City club volleyball teams.