Meet our coaches!
High School Coach
My name is Bailey Bishop and I am honored to be one of the 2020 Patriot Cheer coaches. I was born and raised in Enid where I graduated from Pioneer High School. I began cheering my freshman year of high school and fell in love with it.
In 2010 I attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University where I cheered on the Large Coed team for three years. While a college cheerleader, I had the honor to judge many of the surrounding high schools’ tryouts. In 2014 I graduated from Northwestern with a bachelor’s degree in Nursing and in 2016 I graduated from Meridian Institute of Surgical Assisting with a license in Surgical First Assisting. I currently work at Integris Baptist Medical Center - Portland Avenue in the surgery department as a Certified Surgical First Assistant.
I am married to be best friend, Patrick Bishop. He is a huge Oklahoma State football and Kansas City Chiefs fan and we attend the majority of the games. When I am not at work, I enjoy coaching, judging, and spending time outside in the sun with my family and friends. I am very passionate about helping others, whether it be in the operating room or in the gym.
For years I have dreamt about coaching cheer and last year I got to live out that dream with the 2019 Patriot Cheer squad. I absolutely loved coaching the girls; they taught me so much and we had a blast. I am excited to work with these girls and watch them grow into amazing athletes again this year. I cannot wait to see what this season has in store for us. GO PATRIOTS!
My name is Hannah Hatchett and I am so very excited to be one of the 2020 Patriot Cheer coaches. I was born in Norman but raised in Jones where I graduated from Jones High School. I used to work in surgery at Integris but I am now a stay at home mom.
I am married to my amazing husband, Austin Hatchett. He in the Army, loves the OU Sooners and is crazy about our little girl. We have a beautiful five-month-old daughter named Hazel Jane and I hope she will be a cheerleader when she grows up. I love to be outside, travel, relax by the beach and spend time with my family.
I began competitive cheer and dance when I was three years old and continued cheering until graduating high school. I have fifteen years of cheer experience and have coached cheer for three years. Cheer has always been a large part of my life therefore I cannot wait to coach the Mid High squad this year! I am very excited to see the growth of these girls and the friendships they create. I am pumped to have an awesome season! GO PATRIOTS!!
My name is Ashley Haub. I’m 25 years old, born and raised in Enid, Oklahoma. I’ve spent the majority of my life between Oklahoma and Texas, so I refer to myself as an OklaTexan. I graduated from Pioneer High School in 2012 and headed to Stillwater for four of the best years of my life. After graduating from OSU in 2016, I moved to Dallas for a year and a half and came back to the great state of Oklahoma in 2017 and now reside in Edmond. I am an Executive Meetings Manager for a hotel in OKC and I love working people. I just recently got engaged over the holiday and will marry the love of my life this December!
Since I was a very young girl, my life consisted of cheer and dance. I started dance when I was just three years old and moved into competitive cheer when I was eight years old. I cheered for my school from 5thgrade to my senior year when I was captain. Stunting was my absolute favorite from base to backstop (Fun Fact: Bailey was one of my main flyers for two years!). Since graduating high school, I have wanted to give back to any cheer community. Some call me crazy for working full-time as a meeting/events planner, planning my own wedding, and now to coaching; but I am beyond excited for this opportunity. I can’t wait to meet everyone!