Head Athletic Coordinator/Head Footballjhamil1@neisd.net
Coach Lyndon Hamilton graduated from Luling High School in 1994 where he played football, baseball, ran track and was active in the FFA. Coach Hamilton continued his education at Texas A&amp;amp;amp;M Kingsville, where he played football for Coach Ron Harms and Richard Cundiff. Hamilton graduated with a major in Kinesiology and minor in Biology.
Coach Hamilton started his coaching career in the Houston area, at Rosenberg Terry High School. He coached at Terry for six years. Family ties brought Coach Hamilton back to the San Antonio area. He spent seven years at Roosevelt High School, where he served as Defensive Coordinator and Head Soccer Coach. He moved to Reagan in 2012 as Defensive Coordinator under Coach David Wetzel. He took over the Head Coach position in 2016 when Wetzel moved on to Baylor University.
Hamilton is a member of the Texas High School Coaches Association (THSCA) and the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and an affiliate of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA).
Coach Hamilton is married to wife, DLaine, who is a Kindergarten teacher. They have two boys, Drew and Bryce. Drew is former Rattler and graduate of the class of 2020. Bryce is currently a Rattler in the class of 2022.
Hamilton is passionate about leading and coaching our Rattlers. His motto is to start fast and finish strong. He is excited about the future and will work hard to insure excellence, on and off the field.
Head Athletic Coordinator/Head Football
Assistant Athletic Coordinator/Head Girls Trackjmchug@neisd.net
Coach McHugh graduated from LaVernia High School in 1997 where she participated in cross country, track, and cheerleading. She attended the University of Texas at San Antonio where she earned a B. A. in English and later earned a M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction. Coach McHugh is USA Track and Field Certified and is a Professional Member of the National Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. Five of her track athletes since 2014 have been awarded the NSCA All-American Award.
Coach McHugh began her career in education at Theodore Roosevelt High School in 2002—teaching English and coaching girls track. Coach McHugh enjoyed eight years at Roosevelt. In 2009 and 2010, her teams won the 25-6A Girls Track District Titles and were Regional Runners-Up. She coached 24 athletes to the 6A State Track Championship with four state medalists and one team placing eighth.
In 2010, Coach McHugh made the move to Reagan High School where she has coached cross country and girls track and has taught English and physical education classes. At Reagan she has coached 37 athletes to the 6A State Track and Cross Country Championships, with three athletes earning state medals. Coach McHugh’s cross country teams have won nine 26-6A District Titles in a row, and her girls track team has won four consecutive District Championships from 2016 to 2019. In 2019 Coach McHugh’s girls celebrated an undefeated regular season in addition to back-to-back District, Area, and Regional Championships. Before the spring season was cut short in 2020, the Reagan girls were again leading Region IV in Track and Field.
&amp;lt;p style=”text-align: left”&amp;gt;Coach McHugh has a genuine passion for her career, but undoubtedly, what defines her most is her family and faith. She has been married to her best friend, Troy, for 21 years and adores her ten-year-old daughter, Gabriella. Gabby is a developing pole vaulter and long jumper who loves running with the track girls, traveling, and spending time with her cousins. Coach McHugh’s favorite moments include family road trips, days on the lake, and workouts with G. To have a family who shares her passion for building athletes and teaching young people about life through sports, is one of Coach McHugh’s greatest blessings. She is beyond grateful to be a member of the Reagan Nation and to serve the Rattler community.&amp;lt;/p&amp;gt;
Assistant Athletic Coordinator/Head Girls Track
Coach Aki joined Reagan in 2018. He not only coaches our golf teams, but teaches World Geography. Aki holds teaching certifications in Social Studies, Physical Education, and Health.
Prior to Reagan, Aki worked within NEISD teaching and coaching football and baseball at Churchill (2016-2019) and Madison High School (2014-2016).
He began his career teaching and coaching at East Bernard High School where he coached golf, football, baseball, and powerlifting. During this time, the Brahma’s earned the following state and regional titles: 2014 Regional Champions and 3rd Place State tournament Girls Golf; 2013 and 2014 Individual Girls State Champion Golf; 2013 and 2014 Boys Regional Champions Golf; 2013 Regional Runner up Girls Golf; and 2012 Football State Championship.
Aki began his college career at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor where he also played football. He then transferred and graduated from Texas State University with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science with a minor in History. While at Texas State, Aki was the Program Director/Lead Instructor for their Junior Golf Program.
He graduated from Katy High School where he played football and was a part of their 2003 State Championship team. In addition, he also golfed for the Katy Tigers.
Coach Aki is married to Emily and they have 3 children: Katy, Maile, and Emma.
Assistant Basketball/Assistant Trackjangui@neisd.net
Coach Anguiano was born and raised in Laredo, Texas, and is a graduate of J.W. Nixon High School. After graduating from high school, he attended the University of Texas at San Antonio where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology.
He began his coaching career in 2000 with United ISD in Laredo at Garcia Middle School.
In 2003, Coach Anguiano was hired as the varsity assistant boy’s basketball coach at Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) high school in Laredo. There he took part in opening a new school and starting the basketball program with then head coach Frank Gonzalez. In their third year at LBJ, the Wolves made the playoffs for the first time in the school’s short history and won the District Championship as well. While at LBJ high school, he also coached football for the late Head Coach/Campus Coordinator Mike Medina and also coached softball with then Head Coach Javier Morin.
In 2007, Coach Anguiano and his wife relocated to San Antonio and he was hired at Stevens High School in Northside ISD. While at Stevens, he was fortunate enough to work with Coach John Hirst and his basketball staff. In three seasons at Stevens, the Falcons qualified for the playoffs every season, won back to back District Championships (in 2008 and 2009), won two Bi-District Championships, and one Area Championship.
In 2010, Coach Anguiano was hired as the varsity assistant basketball coach at Reagan High School. Since 2010 the Rattlers have won 4 District Championships, 5 Bi-District Championships, and one Area Championship.
He is married to his wife, Mirna, and has two daughters, Elise and Alexia.
Assistant Basketball/Assistant Track
Assistant Football/Assistant Softballjbenav@neisd.net
Coach Jesse Benavides joins Reagan in 2021 as both an Assistant Football and an Assistant Softball coach. He will also teach Algebra I.
Coach Benavides has been teaching and coaching since 2006, including at Brennan High School. He shares that “every year he gets to coach students is a highlight.”
He is a graduate of Howard Payne University and a prior NEISD High School graduate from Robert E. Lee. While at Lee, he competed in Football, Basketball, and Track.
Coach Benavides is married to Meri and has two children. In his free time, he loves playing the drums and watching Bravo.
We wish all the best to our new Coach this year!
Assistant Football/Assistant Softball
Brooke Boening joins Reagan High School in 2021 as the Head Softball coach.
Since 2014, Coach Boening coached at Northwestern State, Southeastern Louisiana, and the University of Rhode Island. One of her coaching highlights included coaching the Southland Conference Pitcher of the Year in 2015.
She graduated from Northwestern State University where she also played Softball.
Boening attended Poth High School where she played Softball, Volleyball, and Basketball.
Growing up in Poth, Texas, Boening lived on a dairy farm.
We welcome her to Reagan and wish her and the Softball program all the best in 2021!
Head Baseball/Freshman Head Footballrchapm@neisd.net
Chans Chapman was born and raised in Hallettsville, Texas. He played football and baseball at Hallettsville High School where he was a 3 year starter at quarterback and punter, and was a four year starter at shortstop and pitcher in baseball. He was All District and All State multiple times in both sports. During his baseball career in high school, he was a part of 3 teams that advanced to the Regional Finals. In 1992, he played on team that was a State Semi-Finalist. He attended the University of Houston on a baseball scholarship and ended up graduating from East Texas Baptist University.
After graduation, Coach Chapman coached at Rice Consolidated, Garrison, and El Campo before coming to Reagan. In 2001, Garrison was beat by Celina in the 2A State Championship game. In 2003, while at El Campo, they were Regional Finalists, losing to La Marque, who eventually won the State Championship.
Since coming to Reagan in 2004 as the Head Baseball Coach, Coach Chapman’s teams have won 9 District Championships, 11 Regional Finals trips, and State tournament appearances in 2014, 2017, and 2018. The 2008 team was ranked as high as #5 in the nation by Baseball America. The 2009 team ended their season ranked #17 in the country by Baseball America. In 2014, Reagan won their first Regional title and finished as the State Runner-up in 5AAAAA. That team finished ranked in the top 25 in the country in the Max Preps rankings. Coach Chapman was named SA Express-News Coach of the Year in 2014 also. He has been fortunate to have coached many All State players, have players that moved on to play college baseball and even some that have been drafted and went on to play Pro baseball. He has an overall record of 338 wins and 85 losses. Included in that record is 49 wins in the playoffs.
Chapman was also an Assistant Football Coach and part of 5 Regional Finalist teams and several other playoff teams.
Coach Chapman is married to Jennifer, a kindergarten teacher at Tuscany Heights Elementary. They have two daughters, Jacy and Reese.
Head Baseball/Freshman Head Football
Assistant Volleyball/Assistant Softballlcorre@neisd.net
Larry Correa attended East Central High School, where he played football, basketball, and ran track. Coach Correa received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). While at UTSA, Coach Correa played on the men’s club volleyball team.
Coach Correa joined Reagan in 2004 and currently is Assistant Volleyball and Assistant Softball coach. In 2016, he was part of the coaching staff that took the team to the UIL State Volleyball Semi-finals.
He also has coaching experience in football, boys basketball and track. Prior to coming to Reagan, Coach Correa taught and coached at Jackson Middle School and Holy Spirit Middle School. In 2001, he led the Incarnate Word Shamrocks to a Volleyball State Championship. Coach Correa also coaches club volleyball.
Coach Correa and his wife, Yvonne, have two daughters, Laryssa and Madeline (“Maddie”). He enjoys playing competitive volleyball and watching his daughters play volleyball and dance.
Assistant Volleyball/Assistant Softball
Assistant Football/Assistant Boys Trackjcueva@neisd.net
Coach Jimmy Cueva joins Reagan in 2020 as the Football Running Back coach as well as Assistant Track coach. Cueva also teaches World History.
Coach Cueva spent the last 28 years coaching and teaching in NEISD. Most recently he coached at Johnson High School for 12 years, Madison High School for 13 years and Driscoll Middle School for 2 years.
He graduated from Texas A&amp;amp;amp;amp;M University earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Education.
Coach Cueva is also an NEISD graduate from Churchill High School where he was a multi-sport athlete excelling in football, basketball and track.
Coach Cueva states that his coaching highlight was being a part of two State Semi-Finalist Teams. His personal highlight is getting to see kids he coached 5, 10, 20, 25 years ago and see how successful they’ve become and knowing he was a small part of that.
Coach Cueva is married to JoAnn, and they have a son, Cole, and daughter, Caroline.
Assistant Football/Assistant Boys Track
Coach Daniel has been the Head Tennis coach and an English teacher at Reagan High School since the school opened in 1999. In the first 16 years of the program, Reagan tennis teams have advanced to the playoffs in Team Tennis in 14 of those years (including District Champions and Region IV-6A Finalists the past two years) and qualified individuals for the Individual State Meet in 8 different years, including the last 6 in a row.
Coach Daniel was named San Antonio Express News High School Tennis Coach of the year in 2004, and he is a certified Teaching Professional through the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) out of Hilton Head, South Carolina. Active in the Texas Tennis Coaches Association (TTCA), Coach Daniel currently is on the Board of Directors as the 6A Classification VP and has previously served as the Region IV-6A coordinator and co-coordinator.
Coach Daniel received his Bachelor’s Degree in English from Baylor University, his teaching certification from the University of Texas at Austin, and his Master of Arts in Literature from Texas State University.
Coach Daniel originally hails from Taylor, Texas, graduating from Taylor High School, home of the Fighting Ducks, in 1990.
Coach David Daniel is married to Allison Dennis Daniel, an Instructional Coach in Mathematics at Garner Middle School. They have two children, Deuce and Andra.
Coach Fair began coaching in 2005 and joined Reagan in 2017. He coaches Football and also teaches Government at Reagan.
Fair played football and earned a degree in political science from Angelo State University. He then earned his masters degree in Educational Administration from Lamar University.
As part of a military family, he was born in Belgium, but calls Killeen, Texas, his home. Coach Fair began his career in education at his alma mater, Killeen High School. At Killeen, he excelled in Football, Baseball, and Track, and also participated in Tae Kwon Do. Prior to Reagan, he spent time teaching and coaching at Brandeis, Shoemaker, and Southwest high schools.
His wife, Linda, also works within public education and serves as an Assistant Elementary School Principal. They have three daughters, Sophie, Jolie, and Auvie.
Assistant Football/Assistant Boys Tracktfinch@neisd.net
Coach Finch joined Reagan in 2018 to coach both Football and Track. Prior to Reagan, he coached at Hays High School in Buda, Texas, since 2004.
Finch played football at Blinn Junior College and University of Houston. He earned his degree from Texas State University.
Coach Finch grew up in Harlingen, Texas, and attended Harlingen High School where he participated in Football, Basketball, and Track.
Coach Finch is married to Kellie and they have three children, Camdyn, Stell, and Owen. He also enjoys the outdoors, fishing and hunting.
Assistant Football/Assistant Boys Track
Head Coach Cross Country/Assistant Girls Trackrfreem@neisd.net
Rachel Freeman joins Reagan in 2020 as Head Cross Country and Assistant Track and Field coach.
Prior to joining Reagan, Coach Freeman was assistant cross country and track coach and a Special Education teacher at Stevens High School in NISD. While at Stevens, the girls cross country team and individual boys were regional qualifiers both years.
Before Stevens, Coach Freeman spent 4 years as Assistant Coordinator at Eisenhower Middle School in NEISD. While there, she coached basketball and track, taught PE and served as the Department Chair for PE and Health. She also led numerous athletes to the Meet of Champs.
She began her teaching and coaching career in 2006 as an assistant coach at Gregory-Portland High School. While there, the girls won 7 consecutive 28 4A District Championships in cross country and track and field and the 2010 Region 4 track and field team title. During her tenure at Gregory-Portland, she coached multiple individual regional and state qualifiers in both cross country and track and field.
Coach Freeman graduated from Rockport-Fulton High School where she was a 3 sport varsity letterman and a 3 time State qualifier in cross country and track. After high school, she attended Texas A&amp;amp;amp;M University – Corpus Christi where she served as team captain for the Islander women’s cross country and track teams while earning her B.S. in Kinesiology. While earning her M.S. in Secondary Education, she coached a 3x NCAA D1 National Champion in the 5000 and 10,000 meters.
Coach Freeman loves coaching because of the kids and the passion she has for the sport. She shared, there is no other feeling quite like helping young athletes develop character traits such as persistence, determination, dedication, resiliency, discipline, work ethic, heart, selflessness, leadership and love for yourself and a team – not just in competition but in life.
Coach Freeman is married to Greg and they have a son, Dash. Her and her family love the outdoors and creating family memories. They took a 20 day, 7500 mile, cross country road trip visiting 13 states, 2 countries and tent camped in Yellowstone National Park.
Head Coach Cross Country/Assistant Girls Track
Assistant Volleyball/Assistant Basketballggarci4@neisd.net
Coach Gloria Garcia came to Reagan in 2015 as Assistant Coach for both Volleyball and Girls’ Basketball. Previously, Coach Garcia was at Laredo United South High School, where she was the Head Volleyball Coach and Head Basketball Coach for the 2011-2013 seasons. She also coached at Donna High School in Donna, Texas, after beginning her career in 2006.
A Harlingen native and Harlingen South graduate, Garcia went on to play basketball at Texas A&amp;amp;M International University in Laredo. She received her bachelor’s degree in Fitness and Sports with a minor in Mathematics, in 2006, and her Master’s Degree in Educational Administration in 2014. Currently she is completing her certification in Administration.
Coach Garcia is married to her husband, Marc, and they have 4 children: Stevie, Sebastian, Lauren, and Mason (3 of whom are proud NEISD students).
Assistant Volleyball/Assistant Basketball
Assistant Girls Basketballkgambo@neisd.net
Coach Gamboa joins Reagan in 2021 as an Assistant Girls Basketball coach. In addition to coaching, she will also teach fitness basics, team recreation, and dynamic cardio. Prior to Reagan, she coached for 6 years in the Leakey ISD.
Gamboa graduated from Tarleton State University with a bachelors degree in Kinesiology. While getting her degree, she was the student assistant for 3 years for the Tarleton Girls Basketball team.
Gamboa is married to husband, Tyler, and they have a son named Brixton.
Welcome to Reagan Coach Gamboa and all the best for a terrific year!
Assistant Girls Basketball
Assistant Football/Defensive Coordinatorbgriff1@neisd.net
Coach Griffin began coaching Football for Reagan in 2015. Prior to that, he built his coaching career beginning in 1997 at high schools all over Texas, including: Roosevelt and Brandeis in San Antonio; Fossil Ridge in Fort Worth; Fort Bend and Kempner in Sugarland; West High School in West; and Bosqueville in Waco.
He graduated from Texas A&amp;amp;M University with a BS degree in Kinesiology/Sports Management in 1994. He received his MS degree in Educational Administration from Texas A&amp;amp;M Kingsville in 2007.
Coach Griffin grew up in the small town of Tivoli, Texas. He moved to Breckenridge, Colorado, during high school and was an All-District player in Football, Basketball, Track and Tennis. He was also a member of the UIL Debate team.
Coach Griffin is married to Yvonne and they have a daughter, Mikaela Dawn.
Assistant Football/Defensive Coordinator
In memory of Kevin Hernandez 1992 - 2021
Former Assistant Football/Assistant Wrestling
Kevin Hernandez was born in San Antonio, Texas in 1992 and raised in a Christian household. He grew up loving the game of football and played throughout grade, middle and high school years. He attended NEISD schools, including Roosevelt High School, where he participated in Football, Track, PALS, National Honor Society, Student Council, and the Unity Club.
After graduating from Roosevelt in 2010, he began his studies in kinesiology and continued playing football at Ripon College in Wisconsin. After hanging up his cleats, he continued his path in education and received a Bachelors degree from Texas A&amp;M San Antonio in 2018. He then earned his Master’s Degree in Special Education from The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in 2020.
Coach Hernandez joined Reagan in 2018 as a Special Education Teacher, Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Wrestling Coach, and PALS Sponsor. Through his work, he daily impacted the lives of his students and athletes. He genuinely cared for others. A fellow coach commented, “<em>he had a way of finding the good in people and was quick to acknowledge their accomplishments</em>”. Another colleague described him as a “<em>difference maker</em>”.
He was a long time member of Extreme Youth Leadership and volunteered for several local organizations including TEDxSA, Culinaria, United Way, and 2Ten Development
He was big in stature and big in life. He enjoyed what God called him here to do and it really showed, touching many lives in the process. Like one of his former coaches said, “<em>The only thing bigger then Kevin is his heart.</em>”
Kevin’s family and friends were especially important to him just as his students, athletes and coworkers throughout his career. He always took care of their needs before his own. His love, care, and generosity towards others truly defined his life.
He is survived by his parents Cesar and Edilia; brothers, Henry, Edder and Jimmy; sisters, Mariela and Kaily Hernandez.
May he rest in eternal peace.
In memory of Kevin Hernandez 1992 - 2021
Former Assistant Football/Assistant Wrestling
Coach Hirst, a native of Harlingen, Texas, began his coaching career at his high school alma mater, Harlingen High School. Coach Hirst was fortunate to serve as an assistant to Hall of Fame basketball coach, Carl Owens. While at Harlingen, the Cardinals won three consecutive District Championships, three Bi-District Championships, and three Area Championships. After a one year stint as the assistant at McAllen High School, where he helped Coach Greg Kiger and the McAllen Bulldogs record the best record in school history and a spot in the Regional Tournament, Coach Hirst took his first Head Coaching job at Los Fresnos High School.
In the five years he served as Head Coach at Los Fresnos, Coach Hirst led the Falcons to five consecutive winning seasons, and four post-season appearances. In 2002, Coach Hirst became the assistant at Clark High School, working with Coach Kevin Hamilton. In three seasons at Clark, the Cougars won two consecutive District championships, two consecutive Bi-District Championships, and one Area Championship. In 2005, Coach Hirst was named Head Coach and given the opportunity to open Stevens High School in San Antonio. In four years (the first year, Stevens was not eligible for varsity competition), Coach Hirst’s Falcons never won fewer than 20 games, qualified for the playoffs every season, won back to back District Championships, two Bi-District Championships, and an Area Championship.
In 2010, Coach Hirst was offered the Head Coaching position at Reagan High School and has recorded four District Championships, five Bi-District Championships, and one Area Championship. The Rattlers also recorded the best record in school history (30-6) on Coach Hirst’s watch. His record is 420 – 226 overall and 217 – 120 at Reagan.
Coach Hirst just completed serving as the Committee Chairman for the THSCA Basketball Advisory Committee. He also previously served as THSCA Regional Director, THSCA All-Star Committee Chair and as the TABC All-Region/All-State Selection Chairman. In addition, he was selected as the RGV Coach of the Year, and presented at numerous basketball clinics across the state of Texas. He is a member of the THSCA, TABC, NABC, and NHSBCA. He has Degree’s from Texas Tech University and Grand Canyon University.
Coach Hirst has been married to his beautiful wife, Christie for 28 years. They have two sons, Jordan (23) and Jacob (20).
Coach Martinez joined Reagan in 2020 as Assistant Golf Coach and to teach Government and Economics. Previously he was at IDEA Carver College Preparatory in San Antonio where he taught Texas History and World Geography.
Coach Martinez graduated from Texas A&amp;amp;amp;M University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.
He’s originally El Paso, Texas, but moved to San Antonio in 1999 and graduated from NEISD’s MacArthur High School in 2009.
Head Girls Soccerkmccol@neisd.net
Coach McCollum begins her 3rd year as Head Girls Soccer Coach at Reagan and 22nd year of coaching soccer and teaching English. Prior to Reagan, she taught and coached in NEISD at Nimitz and Driscoll Middle Schools.
She is a Texas A &amp; M graduate where she received her degree in history with minors in English and Physical Education. During college, she was on the Equestrian Team and played Club Soccer.
She graduated from Judson HS in Converse, Texas.
When Coach McCollum is not coaching high school soccer, club soccer, or teaching senior English, she enjoys spending time with her family: husband Rick, and their two children. They enjoy riding horses, raising bunnies, watching Sophie cheer, and rooting Jack on at soccer and baseball games.
Head Girls Soccer
Assistant Football/Assistant Trackpmeyer@neisd.net
Coach Preston Meyer joins Reagan in 2021 as an Assistant Coach for both Football and Track. Prior to Reagan, Meyer spent 16 years on the coaching team at Brandeis High School. His coaching highlights include a 2004 National Championship game and a 2014 State Championship game.
Meyer attended the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor where he played football.
He graduated from Sabinal High School in Uvalde County, Texas, where he played all school sports.
He is married to Cassidy and they have two children.
We welcome Coach Meyers to the Reagan team and look forward to his continued success!
Assistant Football/Assistant Track
Head Wrestling/Assistant Footballpmille1@neisd.net
Coach Paul Miller has been coaching and teaching for 18 years. He has spent the past 4 years at Reagan teaching World History and Economics and being an assistant coach for Football and head coach for Wrestling. Previously, he taught and coached in NEISD at Wood Middle School and Madison High School.
Coach Miller graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Exercise and Sports Science, and a minor in History and Education.
Prior to college, he attended Clark High School in San Antonio, where he played Football, Baseball, and ran Track.
He is married to Amber and has 3 children, Parker, Gage, and Tylor.
Head Wrestling/Assistant Football
Assistant Football/Assistant Baseballrmoczy@neisd.net
Coach Reagan Moczygemba starting teaching and coaching in 2011 and this will be his 6th year at Reagan. He previously taught and coached at Reagan from 2012-2015; then left for 4 years to Brandeis High School and New Braunfels Canyon High School. His coaching highlights include coaching the 2014 UIL State Baseball Championship.
He is currently Assistant Football and Assistant Baseball coach here at Reagan as well as a PE and Health Teacher. He holds a degree in Exercise and Sports Science and certificates in PE, Health, and Special Eductation.
Moczygemba grew up in Bulverde and went to Smithson Valley High School where he played football and baseball. From there he went to Navarro College to play baseball for a year and followed that with 4 years of baseball at St. Mary’s University.
He and his wife Brittany have three children.
Assistant Football/Assistant Baseball
Assistant Girls Soccercnunez@neisd.net
Coach Christina Nunez joins Reagan in 2021 as Assistant Girls Soccer Coach. Nunez spent the previous six years at Roosevelt High School as their Head Girls Soccer Coach. Her first year of teaching and coaching was at Wood Middle School. At Reagan, she will also be a co-teacher for Environmental Systems along with the Assistant Girls Soccer Coach.
Coach Nunez earned her Bachelor of Science in Health and Sports Science Education from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She also holds certifications in Health, PE, and Special Education.
She’s a proud NEISD student graduating from MacArthur High School. While at MacArthur, she played Soccer, Volleyball, Cross Country, and ran Track.
Soccer is her passion and Nunez has been playing for over 29 years. During the summer of 2021, Nunez even played soccer for the semi-professional women’s team, San Antonio Blossoms. She’s also been coaching club soccer for the past three years in the San Antonio area.
Coach Nunez also has three awesome dogs: a chocolate Labrador, a Greyhound/Whippet mix, and a Golden Retriever.
We welcome Coach Nunez and wish her all the best here at Reagan!
Assistant Girls Soccer
Assistant Football/Assistant Baseballjpanne@neisd.net
Coach Ryan Pannell joins Reagan in 2021 in order to coach Football and Baseball and teach World History. He will also be the sponsor for Reagan’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA).
Coach Pannell has been teaching and coaching since 2015 at Dumas, Santo, and San Saba high schools. One of his coaching highlights was playing for and coaching with his dad.
He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Texas Tech University and his Master’s degree in Educational Administration from Lamar University.
Pannell graduated from San Saba High School (home of the Armadillos) where he played Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Track.
We look forward to having Coach Pannell on the Reagan team!
Assistant Football/Assistant Baseball
Head Boys Track/Assistant Footballdremme@neisd.net
Coach Remmers joined Reagan in 2020 as the Head Track and Field Coach and an Assistant Football coach. He is also a teacher in the Social Studies department at Reagan.
He graduated from high school in Stockdale, Texas, and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from the University of Texas San Antonio. Coach Remmers spent 8 years coaching at Stockdale High School, and the last 3 years at Cuero High School, where he served as Head Boys Track coach and Assistant Football coach.
A few of his coaching highlights include breaking the Stockdale Track and Field school records in the 4×1, 4×2, 100M, 200M and 800M, finishing as Team Regional Runner up in 2016, and winning the 4A Division 2 State Title in Football in 2018 at Cuero High School.
Outside of coaching, Remmers enjoys camping, kayaking and cooking BBQ.
Head Boys Track/Assistant Football
Coach Rourke joins Reagan in the 2019 – 2020 season as the Head Aquatics coach.
Coach Rourke graduated from Texas State University in San Marcos with a Bachelor's of Science in Exercise and Sports Science and Mathematics. While in school, he was part of the Track and Field team as a sprinter, mainly focusing on the 100m and 200m races. He also was an All-State swimmer his sophomore through senior years of high school. Following college, he spent 2 years as the head swim coach and a Geometry teacher at Eaton High School in Haslet, Texas.
He states that his highest goals for his athletes do not necessarily revolve around their performance in the pool. While he is very competitive and will always strive to win, his the definition of success lies within each individual swimmer. His philosophy is to not to take a young person and make them into a great athlete; but to take a young person and make them into a great adult.
In his free time, Coach Rourke enjoys sports, reading, or spending time with family and friends.
Assistant Cross Country/Assistant Track - Throwingssaenz1@neisd.net
Coach Saenz joins Reagan in 2020 as Assistant Cross Country and Assistant Track Coach – Throwing and an English teacher.
Prior to Reagan, he was an NCAA Division I Track and Field coach at the University of Michigan, the University of Louisiana Monroe, and at Central Michigan University. During these four years, he coached 3 NCAA All-Americans.
Saenz was a 2012 London Olympian in Shot Put.
Coach Saenz attended Auburn University where he earned his bachelors and masters degrees in Biomechanics.
He graduated from Rio Grand City High School where he participated in Football and Track and Field.
He is married to Erin and they have two children, Leo and Audrey.
Assistant Cross Country/Assistant Track - Throwing
Assistant Basketball/Assistant Tennisjemail@example.com
Coach Jaime Sierra is the Varsity Basketball assistant coach, the Head Freshman Basketball coach, and Assistant Tennis coach. He joined Reagan in 2013. He is a certified in the areas of Social Studies, Math, Science and Special Education. At Reagan, he has been a special education and math teacher.
He graduated from the The University of Texas at San Antonio where he earned a Bachelors Degree of Science in Kinesiology.
Coach Sierra graduated from Reagan High School in 2008 where he was a two year Varsity Basketball letterman.
He is married to his wife, Breanna, and they have a daughter, Emma, and son, Luke.
Assistant Basketball/Assistant Tennis
Assistant Boys Soccerlsnyde2@neisd.net
Coach Snyder joined Reagan in 2020 as Assistant Girls Soccer Coach and
moved to Assistant Boys Soccer Coach in 2021. This year he will be teaching
Physics; Honors Physics and has teaching certificates in Life Science and
Prior to Reagan, Coach Snyder taught and coached at Hastings High School in
Alief ISD. During his years there, he had a winning record for his Freshman and
JV teams all 10 years.
Coach Snyder received his degree from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio,
majoring in Biology and Exercise Sports Science. He also played for the St.
Mary’s Rattlers soccer team.
Coach Snyder is a proud NEISD alumnus, graduating from Roosevelt High
Coach Snyder grew up with a father in the United States Air Force and that
allowed him the opportunity to travel, play soccer, and live in unique places like
Japan and Germany.
Coach Snyder is married to Lindsay and they have a son, Kian.
Assistant Boys Soccer
Head Girls Basketballztabor@neisd.net
Tabor enters his first season as the head coach for the Lady Rattlers Basketball Program. Zac Tabor, a native of Quanah, Texas, began his coaching and teaching career at Prairie Valley High School where he led them to two consecutive winning seasons and made a 15 win improvement his first year at the helm. He then went to serve as an assistant basketball and track coach for Chance Westmoreland, a decorated eight time state champion, at Argyle High School.
Tabor comes to Reagan after a three year stint as the lead assistant at Argyle. The Lady Eagles won the state championship in Tabor’s first year as top assistant and then followed that 2018-2019 season with a regional championship and a state runner up finish. Tabor assisted and oversaw multiple aspects of the program and was a key part of the rich success that the Lady Eagles experienced during his time in Argyle.
Tabor was a graduate of Graford High School where he led them to their first ever state runner up finish in 2012. He currently owns the record for most points in a state tournament game and the record for most free throws made in a state tournament game. He went on to play basketball at North Lake College and Cameron University before graduating with a degree in Political Science from Midwestern State University.
Coach Tabor has a passion for teaching and coaching and comes from a family of educators. He is married to his wife, Niya, who is about to begin dental school at UT Health San Antonio. He is excited about the future and is grateful to be a member of Rattler Nation.
Head Girls Basketball
Coach Rache Torvik started as the Head Volleyball Coach at Reagan in Spring 2018. Coach Torvik comes to Reagan after 11 years in the Judson ISD, first as the Head Coach at Judson HS and then for the past 2 years at Veterans Memorial. At Veterans Memorial, she served as the Math Department Chair, taught Algebra 1, and was the Head Volleyball Coach and Assistant Soccer Coach.
Before she began her coaching and academic career, Tovik played 2 years of collegiate volleyball at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. She then transferred and graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio with a BS in Kinesiology and a Minor in Math. Torvik is an NEISD graduate of Madison HS where she played both Volleyball and Soccer.
Torvik was also a member of the Junior Olympic Development Team for Road Cycling.
She is married and has two children, Hilmar and Haven.
Head Boys Soccergvilla4@neisd.net
Coach Gilbert Villarreal has been coaching boys soccer since 2002. Now in his 12th year as boys head coach at Reagan High School, Coach Villarreal has led the Rattlers to the playoffs every single year winning four District Championships, making six Regional Tournament appearances, four Regional Finals, one Regional Championship and one State Final appearance.
In 2016, Coach Villarreal was the San Antonio Express News Coach of the Year. In 2018 he was named the State Coach of the Year for Texas High School Boys Large Schools and has been named TASCO Region IV Coach of the year on four occasions. From 2020 to 2022, he is serving as the President of the Texas Association of Soccer Coaches (TASCO).
Prior to Reagan, he also coached soccer at Southside, MacArthur, and Steele High Schools.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Austin College in Sherman, TX. While in college, Villarreal played soccer for the ‘Roos.
Coach Villarreal is a product of NEISD, graduating from MacArthur High School.
He is married to wife, Laura, and has two boys, Ethan and Evan.
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Head Athletic Trainerjhowar@neisd.net
Coach Howard joined the Reagan Athletic staff in 2003 and is currently our Head Athletic Trainer for all sports. Prior to Reagan, Coach Howard spent 8 years in the field at Fredericksburg and Clemens High Schools.
Coach Howard graduated from Angelo State University with a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. He is also a Certified Athletic Trainer and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
He attended San Angelo Central High School where he excelled in Basketball and Track.
Coach Howard is married to Lexy and they have two children, Hadlee and Hilton.
Head Athletic Trainer
Coach Martinez joined Reagan in 2015 as an Athletic Trainer and also teaches Sports Medicine. Prior to Reagan, he was the Athletic Trainer for the football team and women’s golf at the University of Colorado.
Martinez earned his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Texas and a Master of Science in Sports Administration from the University of New Mexico. He also is a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), Licensed Athletic Trainer (LAT), and Certified Teacher in Physical Education.
He graduated from San Diego High School where he played both Football and Basketball.
Coach Martinez is married to Savannah and they have one child, Austin Marie.