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  • Northwest Tech Welcomes Andrew Davison to Men’s Basketball Coaching Staff

    The coaching staff for the upcoming 2018-19 Northwest Tech men's basketball season continues to take shape as head coach Nate Padia has announced the addition of Andrew Davison as assistant coach.


    “We are glad to welcome Andrew back to the Tech,” said President Ben Schears, “…he knows the culture of the college, the Goodland community, and that will help him hit the ground running.”


    Davison comes to Northwest Tech entering his fifth season of coaching. Davison started his career at Pratt Community College and then spent a year here at Northwest Tech. He went on to Colorado State University and finally, last year, he coached at New Mexico Highlands University. Davidson was happy to have the opportunity to return back to Northwest Tech to coach under Padia.


    Davison expressed his optimism for the upcoming year saying, “My expectations for this year would be to make some noise and establish ourselves in the Jayhawk Conference!”


    Davison graduated from Emporia State University and is originally from Garden City, Kansas.

  • Nathan Padia to Lead Mavericks to Victory This Season

    Former Men’s Basketball Junior Varsity Head Coach, Nathan Padia, has stepped up to lead the Maverick Men’s Varsity Basketball team this year. Former Varsity Head Coach Jeremy Johnston has accepted the head assistant coach position at D2 Metropolitan State University in Denver, Colorado...

  • Northwest Tech Welcomes Justin Hales as New Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

    As the Lady Maverick Basketball program enters its seventh year of competition, Justin Hales has accepted the position as assistant coach. Hales has been coaching for the past five years. Hales spent the past three years coaching at the high school level in Texas. Previously, Hales spent one year as the varsity assistant and J.V. head coach at Big Sandy ISD in Big Sandy, Texas. Hales has also spent one year as a student assistant at Angelo State University and one year as an assistant coach at McMurry University in Abilene Texas...

  • Precision Agriculture’s Water Technology Mobile Classroom Gains Traction

    Goodland, KS. (08/17/2018)  – Back in July of 2017, Northwest Kansas Technical College submitted a grant request for a Water Technology Mobile Classroom to benefit the newly established Precision Agriculture program. The goal of this project was to centralize all of the equipment, personnel support, and field training efforts needed to conduct on-site research and install irrigation water technology...

  • Northwest Tech Names New Head Women's Basketball Coach

    Northwest Tech has recently welcomed a new Women’s Basketball head coach to the Maverick Family. Brock Kimball, originally from Texas, graduated from McMurry University in Abilene, Texas. Kimball says the best part of coaching is seeing his team grow as individual players and watching them compete...