Athletics Recreation & Adventure Sports Staff

Stacey Enos - Director, Athletics &
Women's Soccer Coach
I am the athletic director and women's soccer coach. Athletics at WWC includes varsity sports teams, aquatics, wellness, club and intramurals and outdoor programs. I oversee each director in their head roles, review programming and manage budgets.
I hold two degrees; one from UNC-CH and the other from University of Utah. I have various soccer coaching licenses and I've played professional level soccer as well as coached at the DI level. 
My first game coaching for WWC was eye opening. I arrived from an LDS University where the players were a bit more reserved.
The Owls had a home opener at a tourney at Meredith College. Beautiful field, lots of fans, PA announcer. Apparently the Owls never had done an international walk out. So as the announcements started for the fighting Owls my team was dancing around, our opponents were in disbelief and perfectly lined up one behind the other in numerical order. My keeper finally steps out and waves, i tried to get her to run out and stand next to the referees but that took awhile and the announcer continued at pace through our starting line up. Soon we were backed up and pandemonium had set in. Essentially it looked like we were slam dancing. The team made it out in time for the national anthem and then went on to push our opponents into overtime. Unfortunately we dropped in OT but I can tell you that our opponents weren't laughing at us anymore when the final whistle blew.
Andrew Pulsifer - Director, Aquatics &
Swimming Coach
Andrew received his B.A. from Virginia Tech in Broadcasting & Communications Studies and his M.S. from Georgia State University in Education & Sports Administration.

He currently serves as the Director of Aquatics, Crew Supervisor and Head Coach of the Warren Wilson College pool and swimming team. Coach Andrew Pulsifer enters his fifth year with the Owls, building on 27 years of experience coaching college teams, clubs, masters and recreational swimmers, triathletes, clinics and all sorts of people who want to improve themselves.
Prior to arriving in Asheville, Andrew worked for outdoor gear specialists, L.L.Bean in Customer Satisfaction and Retail and on Maine's coastal waters with their Outdoor Discovery School as a Registered Maine Sea Kayaking Guide.

Before that, Andrew spent five years teaching and head coaching the men's swimming team at Washington and Lee University, and another seven at Emory University assisting for both men's & women's teams (and teaching physical education) where he helped to groom hundreds of students-athletes. Add it all up and Andrew has sent swimmers to 20 NCAA or NAIA National Swimming Championships with over 40 of them earning some form of NCAA individual National title, NCAA All-America honor, GTE Academic All-America award and/or NCAA top-10 team award!
Robin Martin - Women's Basketball Coach
Mike Kerr - Men's Soccer Coach &
Game Coordinator
Mike moved to Asheville in 1999 with his wife, Meg, from Colorado, where he had been running a whitewater/fly fishing Guide service in the Rocky Mountains. Mike is a Pacific Northwest native, growing up in western Washington State, and playing his youth soccer for the Lakewood Soccer Club. He was named to the SPSL All Conference teams in his Jr and Sr years playing for Lakes High in Tacoma, after which he attended the Evergreen State College, and played for the Geoducks in the mid 80's.

Since then, he has been player/manager for several adult clubs, and has been a head coach in the Highland Football Club, Asheville's classic youth soccer organization. He holds a USSF National license, NSCAA state certificate, and continues to enhance his coaching education by attending symposiums and the NSCAA Coaches Convention regularly.
At 42, Mike led his over 30 team in the Asheville Wizards Football Club to back to back League and Cup titles in 2005 and 2006, including two undefeated seasons in a row. He scored 124 goals for the club from 2001-06. Injury and old age have forced him to hang up his boots after 34 years.

Besides the beautiful game, Mike enjoys sailing, backpacking, mountain biking, reggae and playing his guitar. He has two beautiful daughters, Claire, 9, and Grace, 7, who keep him on his game. He is a Manchester United fanatic.


Charlie Wright - Athletics Trainer &
Wellness Director
Like everyone here at Warren Wilson College, I wear multiple hats. I manage the Training Room, taking care of 120 athletes. I also teach tennis classes and I am the Director of the Wellness Program.

In the late 60’s I was in the Elementary Education Program (Urban Ed.) at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo when the call of the open road overcame me. I headed west (heeding Horace Greeley’s advice) on my trusty ’65 BMW motorcycle to the Rocky Mountains. That began a seven year odyssey that included taking care of elephants in a circus, becoming a tennis pro at various resorts and country clubs, bicycling around North America for four years, hopping freight trains, living in a tepee and a tree house, and many other marvelous adventures. It was the best education I ever got!

Those seven years ignited in me a passion for Wellness and Holistic Healing that, 40 years later, has never diminished. I started and ran a holistic health clinic in Alabama and I have studied and practiced the art of Specialized Kinesiology for more than 30 years. Along the way I have worked with a wide assortment of world class and Olympic athletes.
I also found time to raise five kids and am about to become a grandpa! I’ve been at Warren Wilson College since 2002 and I truly believe that this college gives me a place to use all my skills that I’ve gathered over the past 40 years. Health, wellness, and the healing arts are still my passion.
Bruce Hills - Director, Outdoor Programs &
Cross Country Coach

Bruce works as the Director of Outdoor Programs and Head Cross Country Coach for Warren Wilson. He studied at Lincoln University, in New Zealand where he attained his masters degree in Outdoor Recreation Management.  Prior to settling in Asheville he traveled extensively and has a significant amount of international work experience which includes some of the following highlights: leading rafting expeditions in the United States, New Zealand, Australia, Austria, Africa, Turkey and Nepal, working for various Outward Bound Schools in the USA and New Zealand, leading treks in Nepal and crewing on sailing boats in the Mediterranean and Caribbean. Bruce continues to enjoy the outdoors and loves to run and bike.  He is married to his lovely wife Susan and has a wonderful daughter, Lucie.
William Motts- Head Men's Basketball Coach & Sports Information Director
I am the Head Men's Basketball Coach as well as the Sports Information Directer at Warren Wilson College. I began coaching as a graduate assistant at Anderson University in 2007 and remained an assistant for five years. From there I became an assistant coach for Georgia Southwestern State University in 2012. My overall record as an assistant coach over the last six years is 98-56.
One of the most memorable seasons in my life was when I worked on the grounds crew at Fenway Park for a summer.  And the month of May, 2013, I will also never forget for I got married, accepted my coaching position at Warren Wilson, and moved to Asheville...all in the same month!
 Matt Williams- Head Cycling Coach
Matt Williams first came to Warren Wilson College as an undergraduate, drawn by the Mountain Bike Team, the Creative Writing Program, and the working landscape that reminded him of growing up on a farm in Vermont. He's delighted to return to Warren Wilson as the Head Cycling Coach. Williams is a professional mountain bike racer, writer, and former roadie with a number top national results to his name. He was the Assistant Coach at Warren Wilson for the 2011 season, and has worked as an educator and race promoter. He's excited to have the opportunity to coach and mentor riders on both the mountain bike and road cycling teams, and hopes to increase the team's competitiveness while preserving the fun, inclusive team spirit that makes the Warren Wilson Cycling Team so special.