Trevion Hill

Mr. Trevion Hill is a graduate student pursuing a Master of Science in Kinesiology (Sports Performance). he received his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology Health and Promotion from Louisiana Tech University in May of 2016. He is  currently a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the kinesiology department teaches racquetball and tennis. His hobbies include weightlifting, reading conspiracy theories, and playing all types of sports. He recently coached football at Alma mater high school and has been involved with the Louisiana Tech powerlifting team. After graduating, he would like to coach for a number of years before pursuing a career as an athletic director for a collegiate program. 






Dakota Hill


Mr. Dakota Hill is a Fall 2016 LA Tech graduate with Bachelors degree in health and physical education. He has also received several awards:Louisiana Tech Kinesiology Outstanding Student Award 2016, Louisiana Tech LAHPERD Outstanding Student Award 2016, LAHPERD Outstanding Future Professional Award 2016/2017, Louisiana Tech Outstanding Graduate Performance Award 2017



Micah Ivey

email: mqi0012@latech.edu

Mr. Micah Ivey is a graduate student currently pursuing a Master of Science in Kinesiology (Sports Administration) at Louisiana Tech University.  He also earned his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Louisiana Tech University.  Micah is currently working as a graduate teaching assistant within the Department of Kinesiology.  Micah has also been a high school football and baseball coach in the area for the past two years.  He enjoys mentoring young student athletes through coaching these two sports that he loves.  His research focuses are football, baseball and sports performance.  Micah plans to graduate from the Master’s program and begin to work in the front office of a professional football or baseball franchise.







Victoria Sharplin

 Ms. Victoria Sharplinis, a graduate student and is currently pursuing a Master of Science (Sports Administration) in Kinesiology at Louisiana Tech University. Victoria is currently working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant within the Department of Kinesiology. Victoria has also been a competitive cheer coach in the area for the past 5 years. She enjoys running, camping, and playing with her dogs, Arlo and Strawberry. Upon graduation, Victoria plans to attend professional school in an allied health field.