Annie Doman, a Wisconsin native, is the Head of Academics for the TPH Center of Excellence in Superior. Doman comes with a wide range of experiences in the collegiate setting. As a head volleyball coach, she recruited and mentored student-athletes and organized a variety of wellness and community service initiatives. While working in career development, she organized events and worked closely with alumni and businesses to provide career experiences to students.
Doman earned her Bachelor of Arts in Special Education from Austin Peay State University and her Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Central Missouri where she also served as the Volleyball Graduate Assistant.
Lorenz began coaching as a student mentor while attending the University of Denver. After graduating with a BSBA in Sports Management he started coaching full-time along with continuing to work on the Colorado Avalanche communications staff. As a former goalie himself he specialized his efforts into developing goaltenders. After working with the Goaltender Development Institute (GDI) under the Vancouver Canucks Goaltending Coach, Ian Clark, Lorenz started his own company, In The Crease Goaltending, running camps and clinics. He is currently in his 2nd year with TPH-Superior, 5th season as the director of goaltending for the Boulder Hockey Club and his 12th year as the goaltending director for the Rocky Mountain RoughRiders. Prior to this he gained experience as the goaltending director for Arvada Hockey Association for 9 years and many other coaching experiences including USA Hockey National Festivals and many other Junior and Midget AAA teams around the country.
Lorenz has over 18 years playing experience, which includes youth hockey at Arvada Hockey Association, high school hockey at Bloomington Jefferson in Minnesota , Junior hockey in the Eastern Junior Hockey League, and college hockey at St. John’s University.
Steve Quailer grew up playing his youth hockey in Colorado for the Colorado Outlaws (currently the Rocky Mountain Roughriders). In 2007 Quailer was drafted to the Sioux City Musketeers and played the 2007-2008 season. There he had tied for the team’s most points and was selected to the USHL All-Star Game, the USHL All-Rookie Team, and drafted in the 3rd round to the Montreal Canadiens. In 2008 Quailer committed to Northeastern University, where he played for the Huskies from 2008-2012. During that time, Quailer was selected to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team, was an assistant captain, and played in the NCAA tournament with the Huskies. From 2012-2014 Quailer played in the American Hockey League for the Montreal Canadiens affiliate and the Las Angeles Kings affiliate and from 2014-2015, he was in the Dallas Stars system playing in the East Coast Hockey League for the Idaho Steelheads. After his playing career, he coached the Metro State Road Runners Men’s Hockey team from 2015-2020. The Roadrunners had made two national tournaments and four regional tournaments in the ACHA. Quailer currently is the head coach for the Rocky Mountain Roughriders 15U team and will be helping train/mentor players of all ages at TPH Superior under Director Matt Doman.