Coach Romero grew up in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where he graduated from Del City High School in May 2000. Following high school, Romero received his undergraduate degree from Central Christian College in business management and has plans to begin his master's degree classes this spring.
Romero is entering his eleventh year as a member of the Central family. He says "one of the most unique things about Central is the family atmosphere. It is a joy to serve at a school where I have the opportunity to take a family approach to coaching." Coach Romero includes his own family in the process as well; his wife, Lyndsi, likes to cook and bake for the guys while their two sons, Ty and Nathan love to be in the gym or at practice with the team.
Romero met his wife of eight years, Lyndsi, while attending Central. They have been blessed with two boys: Ty Jeffrey (3 years old) and, Nathan Wade who will turn two in February. Coach Romero is also a member of the Residence Life staff here at CCC, as the Resident Director of Parsons Hall. His wife Lyndsi serves in the Financial Aid Office as the Office Manager.
Romero states "I am so humbled from the support and leadership I have received from President Hal Hoxie, and the mentorship of our Athletic Director Bob Marsh, and Dean of Students Chris Smith, as well as others that support this great school. Their support has enabled me to focus on the retention and development of our athletes both on and off the court as young Christian men. I want our players to understand that we have an ongoing responsibility to create an atmosphere of excitement around men's basketball but a bigger responsibility to continually grow as men in their faith, academics, and relationally. I want our players to leave Central Christian College not only with their degree but also understanding they are better equipped to take on the daily challenges they will face in their faith, work, and as husbands and fathers."
"Our coaching staff works hard to make each player reach their full potential at Central, not only as basketball players, but as Christian men. We pride ourselves on mentoring our athletes on a very real and personal level, and it is our desire that each athlete understand our love of Christ through our actions on the court and in our daily lives. Practice, weight lifting, chapel, team Bible study, and conditioning are all strong parts of the Central basketball program."
Coach Romero's coaching philosophy is to teach our student athletes "to daily pursue excellence!"
|Kris Quant||FR||G||5-8||135||Valencia, CA||Valencia HS|
|1||Robert Walker||JR||G||6-3||185||Payson, AZ||Payson HS|
|5||Sean Posey||JR||G||6-1||165||Memphis, TN||Morton College|
|10||Randall Conley||JR||G||5-9||155||Wichita, KS||Labette CC|
|12||Jaren Ford||SR||G||5-10||165||Orange, TX||Cathedral HS|
|15||Kaelon Gary||SO||G||6-0||180||Wichita, KS||Wichita Southeast HS|
|20||Jared Cotton||JR||G||5-9||155||Wagoner, OK||Inola HS|
|21||Christian Goolsby||SR||G||5-10||172||Fort Worth, TX||Calvary Christian Academy|
|22||Terrance Guillory||SR||F||6-1||192||Seagoville, TX||Seagoville HS|
|23||Chris Lockwood||JR||G||5-11||155||Cache, OK||Cache HS|
|25||Ayuk Riak||FR||G||6-0||153||Kansas City, MO||Northeast HS|
|32||Grant Proctor||FR||G||5-11||175||Henryetta, OK||Wilson HS|
|33||Christopher Jones||JR||C||6-5||245||Edmond, OK||Southwestern Christian University|
|34||Konner Bergstrom||JR||F||6-3||215||Courtland, KS||Pike Valley HS|
|35||Don Gavin||SR||F||6-5||214||Chicago, IL||Lincoln College|
|40||Antione Norris||JR||C||6-9||200||Akron, OH||Lorain CC|
|44||Scott Brooks||FR||G||6-2||185||Vancouver, WA||Prairie HS|
|1||Travis Gantt||FR||G||6-2||Wichita, KS|
|4||Kris Quant||FR||G||5-8||Valenca, CA|
|5||Billy Merryman||SO||G||5-8||Englewood, CO|
|10||Patrick Mojica||FR||G||5-7||Denton, TX|
|15||Chris Scruggs||FR||G||5-10||Olathe, KS|
|20||Adrian Rivera||FR||G||5-9||Wichita, KS|
|21||Scott Brooks||FR||G||6-1||Vancouver, WA|
|23||Ayuk Riak||FR||G||6-0||Kansas City, MO|
|25||Micah Church||FR||G||5-11||Kansas City, MO|
|30||William Harris||FR||F||6-4||Baltimore, MA|
|32||Grant Proctor||FR||G||5-11||Henryetta, OK|
|33||Sam Roberts||FR||G||6-3||Dallas, TX|
|35||Jacob Oglesby||SO||F||6-2||Ottawa, KS|