Kevin Schlegel

Kevin Schlegel

  • Title:
    Assistant Athletic Director
  • Organization:
    Odessa College Athletics
  • City:
    Odessa
  • State:
    TX
  • Phone:
    432-335-6574
  • Email:
    kschlegel@odessa.edu
  • Hometown:
    Oklahoma City, OK
  • Twitter :
    @WranglerSports
  • College :
    Nicholls State University

Kevin Schlegel enters his second year as Assistant Athletic Director at Odessa College. During his first year in his new role at Odessa, Kevin was tasked with the redesign and launch of the Wrangler Athletics Website wranglersports.com.  He was instramental in the Athletic Departments partnership with BlueFrame Productions which now live streams all home sporting events.  Fans now have the ability to watch Wrangler home games live online or go back and watch previous events as well. Kevin is incharge of Gameday operations as well as runing all of the Wrangler Athletics social media sites and coordinating with the local media to get as much exposure to the Student-Athletes at Odessa College.  

He spent the 2017-18 school year as the Assistant Athletic Director at Garden City Community College in Garden City, KS. In his year at Garden City, Kevin was incharge of Gameday operations, promotions and athletic administration.  He launched the Salute-A-Soldier campagin, in which the Broncbuster Athletic Department honored members of the U.S. Military, active and retired, before home football, volleyball, and basketball games.  Kevin was also tasked with the redesign and launch of the athletic website gobroncbusters.com that lauched in early May 2018.    

Schlegel arrived in Garden City after a three-year stint at Odessa College where he was an assistant baseball and softball coach.  In addition to his coaching duties, Kevin was an administrative assistant for the athletic department, running game day operations for all sporting events.  Kevin spent a year at Frank Phillips College and was the Director of Baseball Operations from 2011-2012 at his alma-mater Nicholls State. 

Schlegel is a former standout athlete at Putnam City North High School.  He was named one of the top five catchers in the state of Oklahoma by The Daily Oklahoman his senior season.  After taking home All-City and All-State honors, Kevin signed to play baseball at Northeast Texas Community College in 2006.  The following season, he played in the Texas/New Mexico Coaches All-Star Game.  Following his time at Northeast Texas, Kevin transferred to Nicholls State University, eventually earning his Bachelor's Degree in General Studies in 2010.