Lambert leaves Sterling for D-II job

By Steve Sell
December 09, 2015
Sterling College Sports Information

STERLING — Andy Lambert, one of the most respected football coaches in the KCAC, has resigned at Sterling College after 12 years.

"Our 12 years at Sterling College and in the community have been fantastic. The support and kindness has been overwhelming," Lambert said in a press release. "We are sad to leave and also excited to move on to this new challenge."

His brother, Chuck, has been named as interim head coach for the Warriors.

Andy Lambert was 72-52, leading the Warriors to Top 3 placings in the KCAC eight times. He was awarded the KCAC Coach of the Year honor in 2004, 2007 and 2013. 

"We are excited for Andy and the Lambert family on their new adventure at Southern Nazarene University," Sterling Athletic Director Gary Kempf said. "I greatly appreciate and admire his commitment to the Sterling football program, building a quality program that was based off a solid foundation of values and integrity over his tenure here at SC. He is a consummate Christian college football coach and we are truly thankful for all he has done with our student-athletes at Sterling."