Bryon Ramos earned a Bachelors in Athletic Trainining from Lindenwood University, where he was a member of the football team for one year. He also earned a Masters in Health and Human performance from Fort Hays.
During his career, he has spent time at Missouri Southern as well as providing services for multiple St. Louis area high school and club sports programs. Currently he manages an injury prevention program for an aircraft manufacturer in St. Louis, MO.
Bryon resides in St. Peters, MO with his wife Shannon and 4 children: Alexis, Cameron, Reese, and Noah.
December 11th, 2019 3:30pm
America’s Crossroads Bowl ReviewOhio Dominican 7 Truman State 21Truman State danced with who brought them to the first annual America’s Crossroads Bowl in defeating Ohio Dominican 21-7. The Bulldogs familiar formula of solid defense, a consistent running game, and mistake free football was too much for the Panthers to handle.
December 5th, 2019 8:30pm
Round Two RecapLindenwood 7 Northwest Missouri 63When you’re staring across the field against one of the premier teams in college football history, in what is statistically the toughest place to play in the playoffs, you need to play a perfect game and get some breaks to have a chance. Unfortunately for Lindenwood, the exact opposite happened.
November 7th, 2019 4:00am
StandingsSCHOOLCONFOVERALL1LINDENWOOD5-06-32TRUMAN STATE5-18-13INDIANAPOLIS5-17-14MISSOURI S&T3-26-35MCKENDREE2-34-56QUINCY1-44-57SOUTHWEST BAPTIST1-53-68WILLIAM JEWELL0-61-8 Regional RankingsAside from Lindenwood’s stunning upset over Indianapolis, the rest of the SR3 held serve winning their respective games.
October 24th, 2019 5:00pm
We’re hitting the home stretch of the 2019 regular season and the top of the conference is starting to take shape. Defending champ Indianapolis got to sit back and watch while the other conference contenders played in tough matchups as Lindenwood took on GLIAC foe Saginaw Valley, and Truman State faced off against Missouir S&T.
September 26th, 2019 8:00pm
With 3 weeks in the books, most teams have a good idea of their identity and how the rest of the season will play out. Coaches will reexamine their goals, their obstacles, and sometimes redefine what a successful season will look like (whether they say it out loud or not).
September 26th, 2019 10:00am
The second weekend of GLIAC play is a welcomed sight as Saturday’s slate features four conference battles and just one nonconference tilt, meaning there are only five games to preview instead of eight or nine like we had during nonconference play. Wayne State finally gets a crack at a GLIAC opponent as the Warriors will welcome the unbeaten, and now 25th-ranked-Saginaw Valley State Cardinals to Tom Adams Field for a night cap and WSU’s first conference game of the season.
September 3rd, 2019 12:00pm
This is the final part of a four-part series in which I countdown my GLVC preseason rankings and provide my thoughts on each team as we head into the 2019 football season.
August 30th, 2019 12:00am
Team Capsules Part 1: William Jewell &