Lucas Seibert was an outstanding kicker and punter for the University of Houston, starting both football and baseball programs and ranking among the nation’s premier kickers.
West Virginian Noah Adams stands out as an incredible wrestler; he remains undefeated at 197 pounds and won the Big 12 championship title in 2018.
Early Life and Education
Lucas Seibert attended Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma where he participated as both kicker and punter on their football team. His parents Patty and Ward Seibert and University of Houston deep snapper Nolan Frese are considered influential people in his life.
He went undefeated in 32 matches at 197 pounds, becoming conference champion and earning first-team All-American status – but few know about how nearly missed qualifying for national meet!
Money wasn’t his motivation for taking on this new job at Draft. Instead, he wanted to stay close to home, so this position offered by Draft was ideal for him. Additionally, coaching girls presented a new challenge; during much of his coaching career he’s focused on boys games alone – so now he wants to show that girls basketball can be just as thrilling and entertaining.
Lucas Seibert has made a name for himself in MMA, becoming one of the premier amateur featherweight kickers in the United States. He competes annually at Chris Sailer’s annual kicking competition and serves as starting kicker and punter at Booker T Washington High School in Tulsa. Oklahoma.
He is passionate about helping others and is particularly focused on inclusive design. He strongly believes that all individuals should have access to tools and services tailored to meet their specific needs, something his father and grandfather were instrumental in teaching him.
James Lledo, Geoff Magin and Lucas Seibert are three wrestlers who have made the transition into Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). Each has worked hard at building both their MMA skills as well as honing their wrestling techniques.
Achievement and Honors
Lucas Seibert has received multiple honors throughout his career at Girard College. These awards and honors include winning the George O. Frey Award which recognizes students who embody the spirit and practice of Girard College while showing proficiency in their instrument of choice and were respected by their fellow students, Joseph A Campbell Prize for showing great progress with keyboarding, Kristopher Minners Memorial Award which honors an advisor who understood and upheld Girard College core values, Joseph Campbell Prize, Joseph A Campbell Prize and Joseph Campbell Prize awards respectively.
He has twice won the MMA Fighting Championships and currently ranks No. 4 middleweight by the International Fight Association. A graduate of Daphne High School in Spanish Fort, Alabama.
Lucas Seibert and Holly have two children together – son Lucas and daughter Stefanie (from Holly’s previous marriage), as well as stepson Robbie from his first marriage. Seibert considers himself to be Christian and enjoys reading and spending time with his family.
He holds an unbeaten MMA fighting record thus far and competes in the featherweight division.
At the Southern Scuffle he won his match 20-5 via tech fall over Lucas Seibert of West Virginia before pinning Reece Witcraft of Oklahoma State within 4:04 for an instant pin. As such he earned unanimous selection to the NWCA All-American Team.