Craig is a former NFL quarterback and college football coach. He played for the San Diego Chargers (2005) and Buffalo Bills in the NFL (2006-2007) and holds several school records at both the University of Colorado (2000-2002) and at the University of Montana (2003-2004), where he finished his senior year as an All-American and led his team to national runner-up.
Born in Colorado Springs, his middle school and high school years were spent in Boulder, CO, where he graduated from Fairview High School in 2000. He went on to earn a degree in History from the University of Montana, and in 2008, earned a Masters Degree in Natural Resource Law and Economics (MRLS) from the University of Denver.
The former Vice President of a multi-million dollar company, Craig brings with him a background that includes personnel management, financial analysis, marketing, strategic planning and strategic vision.
Craig is well acquainted with the powerful influence that youth sports plays in our society and believes passionately in the personal, social and health benefits that they provide.
His grandfather, Lawrence D. Ochs, was the former Mayor of Colorado Springs and is the namesake of the "Larry Ochs Sports Complex" where the Scott Hall Field of Dreams hopes to create a new facility for youth sports. Craig, his wife Jessica (a former college soccer player), and their four children reside in Colorado Springs, CO.
Larry was born and raised in Hastings, Nebraska before moving to Kearney where he attended University of Nebraska at Kearney, Nebraska, graduating with a degree in business. He then attended the University of Nebraska College of Law where he received a juris doctor degree with honors in 1967.
Larry joined KN Energy, Inc. in 1971 as an attorney and assistant treasurer and served in the capacity of vice president; executive vice president, president and chief operating officer, and chief executive officer and chairman. During his tenure as president and CEO, the Company grew from $300 million in assets to over $9 billion.
Hall has served as chairman of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America and the Natural Gas Supply Association of America. He has testified on behalf of the energy industry before the U.S. House and Senate energy committees and provided counsel to the Clinton and Bush administrations and to the governors of Colorado. Hall has also served on the board of directors of the Colorado Alliance of Business; the Greater Denver Chamber of Commerce Leadership Roundtable; Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry; St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation; Hospice and Palliative Care of Western Colorado; the Small Business Development Center and Canyonview Vineyard Church. Hall is a trustee of the University of Nebraska Foundation.
Audrey and Scott were married for sixteen years. They met while attending the University of Colorado at Boulder. They subsequently married and had three children – Andrew, Jenny, and Ethan – all of whom Scott coached in their various athletic endeavors.
Audrey is a Pediatrician currently working at the Kaiser Permanente Briargate Medical Office in Colorado Springs. She also serves as a Reservist in the United States Air Force. Audrey earned her medical degree at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland and completed her residency in Pediatrics at David Grant Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base in California.
Director & Executive Vice-President
Jeff owns and operates Hall Development Company, a commercial and residential real estate development company with projects in Colorado and Central America. He also maintains his securities license and has over 15 years experience in wealth management. Jeff has served as a volunteer coach for several of his children’s athletic teams, including baseball, basketball, and football. He has a passion for youth sports and its unique ability to build strong character and develop a solid spiritual foundation.
Mr. Hall is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder. He resides in Lone Tree, Colorado with his wife, Tami, and their three children, Benjamin, Abbie, and Joshua. He has served on The Heart Institute Board at The Children’s Hospital Colorado and is an active member of Cherry Hills Community Church.
Andy owns and operates Stauffer & Sons Construction, a residential and light commercial general contracting company now in its 15th year. Andy has coached his sons through Tri-Lakes Little League and Competitive and High School baseball, oftentimes against his good friend Scott Hall and his dreaded Yankees and Rippers! Andy serves on the Field of Dreams board in the capacity of construction design, planning, and management.
Andy resides in Colorado Springs with his wife of 19 years, Yukie, and their four boys. Andy has a bachelor's degree from Humboldt State University in Northern California.
Tom began honing his extensive business skills when he started his career in the financial services industry during which he managed a premier UBS Financial office with combined client assets of more than $1.2 billion. From there, he followed his true passion for owning, restructuring, operating and growing start up and small to medium sized growth companies. In the past 18 years, Tom has had C-Level experience in the Printing, Retail, Real Estate, Biotech and Human Resources industries. From this wide exposure to large and small companies, Tom has developed a true appreciation for the importance of integrity, detailed strategic planning and the focused implementation of those plans. His extensive background in finance and operations combined with his years of experience in sales provide him with a unique management skill set.
Tom is a graduate of the University of Denver and has a Bachelors degree in Finance and Marketing. He makes his home in Monument, Colorado with his wife Beth and two sons Cole and Clay. Tom formerly coached with Scott and has coached teams in baseball, basketball, football and golf.
Boyd Williams serves as President and CEO of the YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region. Williams began his career with YMCA in 1994 in Wisconsin as Youth and Family Director for the Neenah-Menasha YMCA. He joined the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee in 1999 as Associate Branch Executive Director and then moved to the Stevens Point YMCA as CEO in 2002. In 2004 Boyd served as Executive Director of the Edward Jones YMCA in St. Louis. In 2007 we was appointed Group Vice President for the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee. Prior to joining the Y, Williams served in the US Army from 1986–1989. Williams holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management from Kennesaw State University. Boyd has been married to his wife, Rhonda, for 20 years and together they have 3 children; Austin (17), Hunter (16) and Alexis (12).
Lt. Gen. Michael C. Gould served as the 18th Superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., from June 2009 to June 2013. He earned his commission and a bachelor’s degree in behavioral science from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1976. He retired from the United States Air Force in July 2013.
He has commanded an operations group, an air refueling wing, an air mobility wing and the Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center. He also commanded the 3rd Air Force, Royal Air Force Mildenhall, England, and the 2nd Air Force, Keesler AFB, Miss. His operational and staff assignments included three tours at Headquarters U.S. Air Force, along with duty as the Air Force aide to the President and senior military assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force. He served as the Director of Mobility Forces for Operation Joint Endeavor and as USEUCOM’s Air Expeditionary Task Force commander for the deployment of African Union troops into the Darfur region of Sudan. Prior to becoming the Air Force Academy Superintendent, he was Director of Operations and Plans, U.S. Transportation Command, Scott Air Force Base, Ill.
A command pilot, Lt. Gen. Gould has flown more than 3,200 hours in a variety of aircraft. He holds an M.A. in Human Resource Development from Webster University, and has completed graduate courses at the Air Command and Staff College, the National War College, the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Lt. Gen. Gould is currently the President of The Gould Group, LLC, an independent consulting firm located in Colorado Springs. He serves on numerous boards including the El Pomar Foundation, Discover Goodwill of Colorado, The Liberty Institute, Children’s Hospital of Colorado, The Medal of Honor Bowl, The Scott Hall Field of Dreams Foundation and The Falcon Foundation. In addition, he serves as a member of the College Football Playoff Selection Committee.
Greg Stadjuhar is currently the founder and CEO of Titanium Associates. Prior to this Greg was an owner and Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Skyline Products. Greg has 21 years of Sales and Sales Management experience. He has continually increased sales double digits while keeping the division expense growth well below the revenue growth. Prior to Skyline Greg was the Senior Regional Manager for Boston Scientific in the South East, where he consistently exceed company goals and developed more future Sales manager than any other Regional Manager. Before Boston Scientific Greg had a career in sales and business development with Gallo Wine Company, his last position being State manager. Greg has a B.A. in economics from the University of Colorado.