A wrestler at FLC from 1964-68, Steinle (History and Physical Education, ’68) returned in 1971 to become head wrestling coach. From 1974 until his retirement in 2001, he was Assistant Director of Housing, Director of Admission, FLC Foundation Executive Director, and Vice President for Institutional Advancement & Admission.
Guy served as the Assistant Registrar from 1992-2001 and as the Assistant Athletic Director from 2001 until her retirement in 2003. Guy embodied leadership, professionalism, and school spirit, and she represented the College with integrity and pride.
Webb (Mathematics, ’04) is the most successful quarterback in Fort Lewis College history, playing from 2000-03. He holds the school career passing records for most yards, attempts, completions, and passing touchdowns. He is also among the NCAA Division II’s top 25 in nine offensive categories.
Amy (Mohr) Bahl
Bahl (Exercise Science, ’05) is one of the most decorated student-athletes in FLC history, holding women’s basketball career records in scoring, rebounds, and made free throws. She was the team’s Most Valuable Player four times and is a member of two All-Century Teams.