Director of Athleticsforemanr@mustangps.org
Robert Foreman is the Director of Athletics for Mustang Public Schools. Prior to serving as Athletic
Director he served as an Assistant Principal at Mustang High School from 2011-2017. Foreman served as head boy’s basketball coach at Mustang High School from 2016-2017 and head girl’s basketball coach from 2009-2011. Prior to coaching at Mustang, Foreman served as the head boy’s basketball coach at Westmoore High School from 2000-2009 and Chickasha High School from 1998-2000.
Foreman graduated from Barat College in Lake Forest, IL in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education. He holds two masters degrees one from the University of Central Oklahoma in History Education and the other from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Secondary Administration. Foreman lettered two times as a guard at Barat and served as team captain his two years there. He played two seasons at Saint Mary of the Plains before transferring to Barat.
Before entering the high school ranks, Foreman began his coaching career as an assistant at Barat from 1994-195. From 1995-1997 he served as an assistant at Oklahoma Christian University. He then served one year as an assistant at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma where the Drovers earned their first ever Oklahoma Intercollegiate Conference Championship.
Foreman is a 1990 graduate of Mustang High School.
Robert and his wife Shannon have two daughters, Ellise and Lunden.
Assistant Director of Athleticsguzieca@mustangps.org
Andrea Guziec was named an Assistant Athletic Director for Mustang Public Schools in 2018. Prior to this position, she spent 23 years as a high school teacher and head girls basketball coach. She spent time at Idabel High school, Putnam City West High School, Putnam City North High School (her alma mater) and Westmoore High School before coming to Mustang. Guziec taught business classes, economics and for the past 18 years, math.
Coach Guziec received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University in 1995. She was a four year letterman and a team captain her senior year for the Lady Mustang basketball team. Guziec returned to the classroom as a student in August of 2003 where she went on to earn her Masters in Business Administration from the University of Central Oklahoma in May of 2006.
Guziec’s family now resides in Texas. Her mom, Nancy, is her biggest supporter when she isn’t traveling the country with her friends. Guziec has one brother, Doug, who along with his wife and kids make trips south of the red river a regular necessity to visit and attend as many of their events as possible…despite her allegiance to Oklahoma’s schools and universities!
Assistant Director of Athleticsselbys@mustangps.org
Scott Selby joined Mustang as the Head Baseball Coach in August of 2011. In 2013 He would also serve as Assistant Athletic Director. Scott coached Baseball for five years compiling 117 wins and sending 35 players to continue playing baseball at the collegiate level. After 30 years of Coaching In 2016 Coach Selby decided to step away from his role as Head Baseball Coach to focus full time on his Assistant Athletic Director position.
Selby has always been driven to succeed and watch his student/athletes excel on and off the field. Scott’s role consists of pursuing corporate sponsors while maintaining relations with existing sponsors. Scott also assist the District A.D. in overseeing the 4th largest School district in Oklahoma.
Before coming to mustang Selby spent fourteen years as the head Baseball coach at Southern Nazarene University, and Southwestern Oklahoma State University. Selby had success at both Universities turning both schools into nationally ranked programs. In ten of his fourteen years as a head college coach Selby’s teams won 30 or more games each season. Selby was named conference coach of the year twice. He’s had thirteen players move on to play professional baseball, and has won over 400 games as a Head College Coach.
Before entering the college ranks Selby spent nine years at Yukon public schools, where he was an assistant H.S. football, wrestling and baseball coach. Coach Selby attended East Central University where he was an All-Conference and Region shortstop for the tigers. Selby was an All-Stater in 1982, and was inducted into Duncan High Schools Athletic Hall of Fame in 2016.
Selby is a member of the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) and the Oklahoma Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (OIAAA). He and his wife, Stacey have been married for twenty five years and have three children, Spencer, Sydney, and Seth.
Athletic Administrative Assistantcooperm@mustanggps.org
Financial Administrative Assistantspencerr@mustangps.org
Head Athletic Trainer
Assistant Athletic Trainerkingb@mustangps.org
Britini attended Southern Nazarene University from 2010-2014, graduating with a Bachelors Degree in Athletic Training. In the fall semester of her senior year, she completed an athletic training internship at ESPN Wide World of Sports. In 2016, she obtained a Masters Degree in Adult and Continuing Education from Kansas State University while working full time as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer with their cross country, track and field teams. Britini went on to work at Missouri State University for a year as their women’s softball Athletic Trainer.