Philip Anderson was named head coach for Schreiner Cross Country in June of 2015. When you meet Coach Anderson, you quickly realize that he has a passion for running and working towards success. He ran for the Cy-Fair High School cross country team for four years and qualified UIL 5A Regionals two of those years. Initially, Coach Anderson began running as a way to build stamina for soccer in the off-season But by doing that, he learned to running and has continued to train ever since. Coach Anderson often runs 5k's for charity. He took the effort up a notch and completed his first marathon in Austin, 2013. He still puts in many miles weekly during his free time to stay in shape and for relaxation. You can often find Coach Anderson playing any sport that requires the skills of a long distance runner.
He has also been passionate about soccer and serves as SU Assistant Men's Soccer Coach this fall. Coach Anderson played for Schreiner Men's Soccer from 2008-2012 and earned all-conference awards in both his freshman (honorable mention All-ASC) and junior seasons (second-team All-ASC). He also served as team captain during his junior and senior years. He graduated with a degree in Exercise Science.
Coach Anderson married Schreiner alumnae Brittany (Cardwell) Anderson in June of 2014. She is a math teacher at Fredericksburg High School and they happily reside in Kerrville.
Luy has spent the last 9 years at Frostburg State University in Frostburg, Maryland. She worked primarily with the throwing events, but spent time helping with the sprints, jumps and hurdles, as well as assisting with the cross country teams. During her tenure at Frostburg State she coached an NCAA Division III National Runner-up in the men’s shot put, a Penn Relays champion, 5 NCAA Division III qualifiers, 21 ECAC qualifiers, 2 ECAC champions, 2 ECAC runner-ups, 12 Capital Athletic Conference champions, and 11 Capital Athletic Conference runner-ups. In her 9 years as the throws coach she saw many records broken: 4 school records, 2 Capital Athletic Conference Championship meet records, and 2 Capital Athletic Conference overall records. She helped the 2009 women’s team to a Mason-Dixon Conference Outdoor championship and a 9th place finish at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships. She was also a part of the coaching staff that helped guide the 2012 men’s team to a runner-up finish at the inaugural Capital Athletic Conference Indoor Championships.
While at Frostburg State, Luy also played an integral part in the academic monitoring of the men’s and women’s cross country and track and field teams, along with the recruitment of student-athletes for all teams. All the teams doubled in size during her time recruiting. She has experience hosting cross country and track & field meets, having helped organize conference championships in both sports.
Prior to Frostburg State, Luy was a four-year team member for the track & field team at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA. Her primary event was the javelin and she provisionally qualified for the 2008 NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships in that event. She also participated in the sprints, relays, and shot put. She was a four-year Dean’s List Scholarship recipient and a Presidential Fellow. She graduated in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. In 2011, Luy graduated from Frostburg State University with a master’s degree in counseling psychology.