Diane is married to John and together they have seven great kids – ages 5 to 23. She has been homeschooling for 18 years. She is a parishioner at St. Peter Catholic Church, is active in CHAO (Catholic Homeschool Association of Omaha), and volunteers at Bethlehem House in Omaha. Her boys have been playing Roadrunner basketball since 2009.
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR & ELEMENTARY HEAD COACH
A veteran of the United States Air Force, Rick is currently serving a leadership role in his local church. He has 6 children and has been married to his best friend for 32 years. Rick has been self-employed for the last 21 years. Rick played basketball throughout high school and for one season at Grace College of the Bible. Rick has coached girl’s and boy’s basketball teams. Rick seeks to Love God more each day. The outflow of that is to love others and to serve.
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR & SCHEDULER
Tammy Hall is the mother of 6 children and has homeschooled for 20 years. Tammy serves her local church by leading the worship team and also serves with Bellevue Teen Serve. Tammy serves the Omaha Roadrunners with the goal of enabling it to be a Christ centered basketball program that will honor Him for years to come.
COMMUNICATIONS & TRAVEL COORDINATOR
Monica is the wife of 24 years to Coach Randy Lambert, and together they have homeschooled their three sons for over 18 years. She, and her family, is actively involved at Crosspoint Bible Church. Monica enjoys nutrition, exercise, gardening, organization, basketball and walks with her husband. Raising sons has given Monica a passion for seeing young boys grow to become Godly men and leaders, and she is thankful for the training the Roadrunner program offers.
Thad Mott begins his fifth year as varsity coach for the Omaha Roadrunners. His passion for helping young men grow and his love for the game of basketball are enhanced by the key tenants of hard work, team effort, and service to others that are employed on his teams.
Mott has coached the game of basketball at the college and high school level for over 25 years. His team’s championship mentality and discipline have earned him high school state qualifying teams, as well as multiple awards at the college level including Conference Champions five years in a row, six All-American players, National Coach of the Year, and an NCCAA National Championship. Mott came to Omaha on a full-ride scholarship to play for the University of Nebraska Omaha Mavericks, where he was a four-year starting point guard.
Above all, Mott is devoted to his family and serving the Lord with all of his heart, mind, and strength. His family homeschools their three children, who enjoy spending time together outdoors.