jeremy anderson

Athletic Director/Women’s Soccer coach


(218) 751-8670 or (888) 751-8670 ext. 1282

Coach Anderson brings over 20 years of experience in college athletics into his eighth year here at Oak Hills Christian College.  Coach has been an Athletic Director for 12 years.  He has coached both men and women’s basketball and soccer at the collegiate level.  Coach Anderson was recently hired as the Head Women’s Soccer Coach to help launch the program in 2022.  This will be the second time starting up a women’s soccer program at the collegiate level for Coach Anderson.  In 2001, Coach Anderson helped launch the women’s soccer program at Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, PA.  LBC had early success and led the NCCAA in many categories within the first couple of years on the field.  Coach Anderson led the Chargers to a NCCAA DII National Championship appearance in year three ultimately finishing third in the nation.  For his efforts he was named NCCAA East Region Coach of the Year two times.  Coach Anderson also coached soccer at Vennard College (University Park, IA) for two seasons.

Coach Anderson graduated with a B.S. in Psychology from Barclay College (Haviland, KS) in 2001.  While at Barclay Coach Anderson competed as a goalie on the men’s soccer team.  Barclay qualified for the NCCAA DII National Championships three of those years and finished in the top five in almost every statistical category nearly every year.  Coach Anderson later went on to receive his M.S. Degree in Exercise Science from California University of Pennsylvania in 2007.

Keith Bush

recruitment coordinator


(218) 751-8670 or (888) 751-8670 ext. 1299

Keith has been on staff in various roles at Oak Hills for over 25 years.  He is the Library and Technology Director and the Faculty Athletic Representative as well as the Athletic Recruitment Coordinator. Keith’s passion for Oak Hills and athletics drew him to the athletic department and we are pleased that he joined our team.  He is a graduate of Oak Hills and he met his wife Chris here as well.  They have four beautiful children; Ethan, Emma, Elle and Eli.  His coaching experience includes being the head coach for the first two years of our women’s volleyball program and coaching youth soccer, basketball, football and baseball.

brad dejager

trapshooting coach


(218) 751-8670 or (888) 751-8670 ext. 1240

trent flemming

Men’s Basketball coach


(218) 751-8670 or (888) 751-8670 ext. 1250

Coach Trenton Flemming in his first year at Oak Hills comes to Bemidji, Minnesota by way of Columbia, South Carolina. Coach Flemming possesses a B.S. in English-Literature from Johnson University-Tennessee, and also brings a unique blend of professional experiences to this level. Flemming has had the pleasure of previously serving as an AAU director and coach, skills trainer, middle school coach, and high school coach. His most notable stop was at Oak Ridge High School in Oak Ridge, Tennessee serving as Freshman Boys Coach and Head Varsity Assistant under former University of Tennessee player and coach Aaron Green. Coach Flemming has also served in other leadership capacities in various schools, community-wide initiatives, & local churches. In regards to this year’s team, Coach Flemming is looking forward to establishing a new culture and identity with some new and old faces. We are all excited about our Men’s and Women’s upcoming basketball seasons!!!

Collin Frazier

women’s volleyball coach


(218) 252-8002

Coach Collin Frazier joins the Wolfpack this year after seven seasons coaching JO volleyball in Nevis, MN.  During that time, the Nevis and Northern Storm JO teams have recorded an impressive 117-38 record.  His coaching resume also includes football, track and youth baseball.  Collin also brings a background as an athlete himself, having played competitive volleyball, semi-pro football in Hawaii and was also an all-conference sprinter at the University of Minnesota Duluth.  He is married to Shannon Frazier who owns and operates the Nevis Daycare and they have two children, Makenna, a senior who participates in volleyball, basketball and track and Karch, an eighth grader who participates in football, basketball and baseball.

ashly kraenzel

men’s and women’s cross country coach


Ashly Kraenzel, after graduating from high school in northern Idaho, was a collegiate cross country runner for Dickinson State University. During her time at DSU she met her husband, and for the past few years, Ashly has been a head cross country and track coach of a small North Dakota high school. During her time as a head coach teams have made several State appearances. She holds her MS in Exercise Science: Nutrition and Wellness and when she is not coaching or teaching at a local Christian elementary school; is out enjoying all northern Minnesota has to offer rain, snow, or shine.

hastin mcgill

men’s Head Soccer coach



Coach Hastin McGill is beginning his first year as the Head Men’s Soccer coach here at Oak Hills.  He is joining us from North Carolina, where he has lived his entire life.  Hastin grew up as a pastor’s child who always played any sport possible.  After graduating high school, as a four-sport athlete, he continued his athletic career at Columbia International University where he played four years of soccer.  Coach McGill moved to Wilmington, NC after he graduated from college and coached soccer at Ashley high school for two years, and was an assistant at Cape Fear Community College for one year.  Hastin brings a lot of excitement to Oak Hills and he is really looking forward to this new journey.  Coaching college soccer has always been a dream of his, but to do it at a Christian college makes it even better.  Coach McGill is very excited about this opportunity, and his expectations for the program are very high. “Our goal is to not only win soccer games, but to glorify God as we do it.  Our first season is going to be a big challenge, however, we are setting our goals on making it to Nationals even in the first year.” – Coach Hastin

Ricky Prestridge

men’s Assistant soccer coach


Coach Ricky Prestridge is in his first year here at Oak Hills from Jacksonville, FL.  An Italian/American who loves to help young men and women reach their aspirations on the field. Prestridge played at Orlando City DA where he was tied for most goals scored in the USSDA. He spent three years down in Orlando at the age of 16, where he played for the youth academy and was invited to train with the Senior team.  After his time in Orlando, Prestridge signed a full scholarship to the University of Central Florida but decided he wanted to explore the Professional side of the game. Prestridge then played for the Jacksonville Armada for 2 years who participated in NASL. During his time with the Armada, Prestridge suffered a significant injury, he had the opportunity to speak with the coaches at Columbia International University where he became a leader on and off the field. After the completion of the second season at CIU, Prestridge was offered to play professionally in Europe. Finally, he ended up playing in a small town outside of Örebro, Sweden called “Grythyttans IF”.  Prestridge has coached youth soccer for 8 years at clay county soccer club in Fleming Island, FL; including, 6-19-year-olds and 2 years as a soccer coach at Ridgeview high school in Orange Park Florida. He also has been doing individual technical training sessions for 10 years.  “We want to build a winning culture here at Oak Hills and bring the best out of our players day in and day out.” – Coach Prestridge

bryant tucker

women’s basketball coach


(218) 751-8670 or (888) 751-8670 ext. 1228

Coach Bryant Tucker Sr. in his first year at Oak Hills comes to Bemidji, Minnesota from Kansas City, Missouri. He is joined by his wife and son, Terri and Bryant Jr, as they are excited to stand alongside him on this journey. Coach Tucker boasts undergraduate and Master’s degrees in Sports Administration, and also brings a vast amount of experience to the role as a 22-year professional in the business. He’s had the pleasure of previously serving as an ABA coach, an NCAA official, skills trainer, AAU coach, mentor, middle school coach, and high school coach. Coach Tucker has also served in other leadership capacities in the church, in educational institutions, and in the greater community. In regards to this year’s team, Coach Tucker is looking forward to building and sustaining a winning culture! We too are excited about having Coach Tucker around!