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  • Ricky Bowers

    Ricky Bowers was named Athletic Director for Ensworth in May 2002 and currently serves as Head Boys' Basketball Coach. In 2009, he was also named the Associate Head of the High School. With Bowers serving as Head Coach from 2004-2017, the Ensworth football team advanced to the TSSAA Division II-AA state tournament in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2015 and 2016. They were the State Runner-Up Champions in 2014 and were the DII-AA State Football Champions in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. The Ensworth Basketball team has won five TSSAA DII-AA State Championships (2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014) and finished as the state runners-up in 2017.

    A native of Nashville, Bowers was a three-sport athlete at MBA, making All-City in football, basketball, and baseball. His senior year he was recognized as the Athlete of the Year in Metro Nashville. Coach Bowers earned his Bachelor's Degree at David Lipscomb University and became the school’s all-time assist leader while taking All American honors as a senior. Bowers received a Master’s Degree in Administration from Tennessee State University. Bowers has won numerous coaching awards throughout his 30+ years of coaching and will be inducted in December to the Tennessee Football Coaches Association 2017 Hall of Fame class.

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  • Christian Bahr

    Christian Bahr is the Head Swimming and Diving Coach at Ensworth. For more than 30 years, he has competed, coached, or covered every level of swimming and diving, from age group swimming to the Olympic Games. Coach Bahr started swimming year-round when he was eight. He went on to swim in high school and college, where he was an NCAA All-American and multi U.S. Nationals finalist. Coach Bahr represented the United States at the 1997 World University Games. Coach Bahr came to Ensworth in 2012 after more than a decade of coaching with The Bolles School and Bolles School Sharks in Jacksonville, Florida. His swimmers have: set state and national records, made the U.S. National Junior Team, qualified for U.S. Olympic Trials, and swum in the Olympic Games. Coach Bahr has coached on deck at meets ranging from local club meets to Olympic Trials and the 2012 Olympic Games as a coach with Brunei Darussalam. Most recently, in addition to coaching at Ensworth's High School, he served as an assistant coach with Nashville Aquatic Club.

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  • Chris Bradley

    Chris Bradley is entering his 10th year at Ensworth High School where he serves as Assistant Athletic Director and the Head Wrestling Coach. A Nashville native, Chris is entering his 22nd year in private education where he has served as a teacher/coach. He attended Middle Tennessee State University and received a B.S. in Political Science and holds a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from Tennessee State University. He and his wife Ashley have two children, Maddie and Drew.

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  • Greg Chambers

    Coach Greg Chambers is in his 6th year as the Tennis Director at Ensworth. Before coming to Ensworth, Coach Chambers was an Assistant Pro at Maryland Farms Athletic Club for three years and served as Tennis Director at Westside Athletic Club for 16 years. Coach Chambers has contributed to the development of players at every level from beginners to professional Grand Slam players. He has implemented the Universal Tennis Rating system (UTR) among tournament players at Ensworth which quantifies a player's tennis level based upon previous matches results. This allows for Level-Based Play in practice and tournaments and is a key ingredient to player development. Coach Chambers has also adopted the USTA age-based progression model (ROGY) as young players begin the sport. The participation in tennis at Ensworth has grown from a handful to a few hundred during his six years at the school. He has extensive experience as a Certified Instructor, Referee, Tournament Director, and player. Coach Chambers still enjoys playing socially and competitively while serving as Ensworth’s Tennis Director. As a player, he began competitive tennis at age 10 in Richmond, Virginia. Throughout his junior tennis career, he maintained a top 10 state ranking in each age division and went on to play collegiate tennis at Lipscomb University where he played #1 singles and doubles all four years. He was a two-time Academic All-American while winning 74 collegiate matches. After college, Coach Chambers achieved a Men’s State Ranking of #1 in Singles and Doubles along with a #3 Men’s Singles Southern Ranking. Coach Chambers was inducted into the Lipscomb University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002.   

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  • Mary Taylor Cowles

    Mary Taylor Cowles is the Head Girl's High School Basketball Coach at Ensworth. She also serves as Assistant Athletic Director.  She attended Western Kentucky University where she played college basketball for 4 years.  After graduating college, Mary taught in the public school system at the secondary level for 2 years before returning to 'the hill' (Western Kentucky University) to join the women's basketball coaching staff.  She served as the Recruiting Coordinator from 1994-1997, Associate Head Coach from 1997-2001 and Head Coach from 2002-2012. During her head coaching tenure, Cowles was named Coach of the Year 3 times, served terms on the NCAA Kodak All-American Selection Committee, as the Sun Belt Conference Captain, and served on the NCAA Division 1 Legislative and Issues Committee.  

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  • Corey Donohoe

    Coach Donohoe is entering her 4th year as the Head Girls' Lacrosse Coach at Ensworth. She served as the assistant coach at the Naval Academy from 2011-2014, winning two Patriot League Championships. Corey played at the collegiate level at UNC from 2007-2011, earning 1st Team All-American honors twice and All-ACC honors three times. She was the recipient of the Patterson Medal, the top athletic honor given annually at UNC, and holds the current record for career points at UNC. She also earned a spot on the US Women's Lacrosse team.

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  • Virgil Herring

    Virgil Herring joined Ensworth in 2017 as the Head Coach of the High School Varsity Golf team. Herring received his degree in Professional Golf Management and Marketing from Mississippi State University and qualified as a Golf Professional in 1994.
     
    Herring has an extensive background in golf instruction, with more than 19 years of experience and over 32,000 lessons taught. He is a Charter Member Golf Channel Academy Lead Instructor and a two-time recipient of the Tennessee PGA Section Teacher of the Year. Herring has taught two PGA tour winners, two Web.com Tour winners, and more than 154 junior golfers who have earned college golf scholarships. 

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  • Gloria Kemp

    Gloria Kemp is the Head High School Girls Volleyball Coach at Ensworth. Before Ensworth, Coach Kemp was the head coach at the Charlotte Latin School in Charlotte, NC. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, where she was a four-year starter for their volleyball program. Coach Kemp earned multiple All-Conference and Academic All-American honors during her collegiate career and continues to play volleyball at the professional and semi-professional level, both on the court and in the sand.

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  • Jason Maxwell

    Coach Maxwell has been the Head Baseball Coach at Ensworth High School for fourteen years. Before coming to Ensworth, Coach Maxwell attended Middle Tennessee State University where he was an all-Conference player for the Blue Raiders baseball team in 1992 & 1993. The Chicago Cubs drafted Coach Maxwell in 1993. He went on to play professionally for 12 years, reaching the major leagues with the Cubs and the Minnesota Twins. In addition to coaching at Ensworth, Coach Maxwell has served on the Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association (TBCA) and the American Baseball Coaches Association Diversity in Baseball Committee, and as a coach for the TBCA Showcase Classic and USA Baseball teams. As Assistant Coach for 2016 USA 15U National Team, the team won Bronze Medal in the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) World Championships in Japan. As Manager for 2018 USA Baseball 15U National Team, his squad won a Gold Medal and the WBSC World Championship in Panama. As a result of this achievement, he was named 2018 USA Baseball Developmental Coach of the Year.

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  • Allison Perkins

    Allison Perkins the Head Cheerleading Coach at Ensworth. She graduated from Ensworth High School where she played multiple sports. She continued on to Tennessee Tech where she cheered collegiately and graduated with a degree in elementary education. Her passion for cheering has led her to coaching. She is currently finishing up her 6th year coaching competitive cheer. In addition to competitive cheer, she has coached high school cheer for two years.

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  • Dillon Seigenthaler

    Dillon Seigenthaler is the Head Boys' Cross Country Coach and is in his sixth season as the Head Track and Field Coach at Ensworth. He has led the Tigers to two girls' state championship runner-up finishes and a state championship in 2015. His athletes have won numerous individual state championships. Last year, Tyra Gittens broke the all-time individual state record with 16 career state championships. Coach Seigenthaler competed in track and field at Brentwood High School and collegiately in the decathlon at David Lipscomb University.

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  • Kristin Ware

    Kristin Ware has been the Head Girls' Varsity Cross Country Coach and Assistant Track Coach at Ensworth for the past three years. Before Ensworth, Coach Ware was an assistant track and cross country coach for three years at Culver Academies in Culver, Indiana. In her prep career, she ran cross country and track in high school and college. In her collegiate career, she competed on the Brown University Cross Country and Track teams, competed in the 2001 NCAA National Cross Country Championships, and served as captain of the Women's Cross Country team during her senior year.