- Front Office Staff
Scott joined the Rush front office in October of 2022, and is currently entering his 2nd season with the Rush. He spent the two years before that with our sister team, the Greenville Swamp Rabbits, as the Ticket Sales Manager. Before that, Scott worked at St. Louis FC out of the United Soccer League for two years as the Group Ticket Manager.
A native of Tulsa Oklahoma, he started his foray into sports working for the Kansas City T-Bones of the American Association of Independent Baseball for four years.. He attended Oklahoma State University, earning his bachelor’s degree in 2014.
Eric Moller enters his fifth season with the Rush organization. He originally joined the team as an Account Executive before being promoted to Director of Sales and now Vice President of Ticket Sales. In 2020, he was named a finalist for ECHL Sales Professional of the Year. Eric was born and raised in Rapid City, South Dakota. After graduating from Stevens High School, he continued his education at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, South Dakota. While at DWU, he was a four-year center defense starter for the soccer team and received his Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice and a Minor in Public Service and Leadership. When Eric isn’t out playing soccer, he enjoys hiking, four-wheeling, hunting, going to the lake, sitting by a bonfire with friends, and playing with his two loyal dogs, Remington and Baylee.
Alex joined the Rush in July of 2022 and is in his second season with the team. He was born and raised in Jackson, Michigan and is a graduate of Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. While attending CMU, Alex played for the Chippewas D3 Hockey Club for five years. During that time, the team appeared in the national tournament four times. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in Sport Management and a minor in Multimedia Design. In his free time, Alex enjoys golfing, fishing, spending time with friends and playing with his cat, Lululemon.
Zach joined the front office in July 2023 after serving on Party Patrol during the 2022-23 season.
He was born and raised in Grand Forks, North Dakota. He attended Valley City State University in Valley City, North Dakota, where he competed on the cross country and track teams as a long-distance runner. He also spent two years as a student assistant coach for both teams while earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services-Criminal Justice Concentration.
Zach enjoys riding his motorcycle around the Black Hills, going to concerts, and kayaking.
Kayleigh joined the front office of the Rapid City Rush in March 2020. She previously served roles within the organization such as Director of Social & Creative Content, Manager of Community Relations & Social Engagement, In-Game Host and Rushette. Prior to making the jump into the hockey world, she worked for KOTA Territory News and KSFY (now Dakota News Now) in various jobs like morning anchor, producer, and multimedia journalist. Kayleigh was born in Willmar, Minnesota and had the opportunity to move around the country and overseas when her mother joined the Air Force. She ended up in Rapid City in 2006 and stuck around after her mother retired. She attended New Underwood High School for three years until moving to Stevens High School for her senior year. After graduation, Kayleigh attended South Dakota State University where she earned a B.S. in Journalism with an emphasis in Broadcast and a minor in Criminal Justice. She loves all things winter, horror films/books, animals, and Minnesota. The Rush, Washington Capitals, Minnesota Wild, Twins and Vikings tend to keep Kayleigh’s attention year-round, but she enjoys finding that perfect concert or hiking trail no matter the distance.
Drew is joining the Rush for his first season as Manager of Community Relations and Broadcasting. You’ll be able to catch him on the air for every Rush game this season.
Originally from Wake Forest, N.C., Drew is a proud graduate of N.C. State University. While at N.C. State, he was the play-by-play voice of the Wolfpack club hockey team in addition to covering NCAA division-I football, basketball, soccer, and softball.
After two seasons spent in the USPHL with the Carolina Jr. Hurricanes, Drew broke into the pro ranks with the FPHL’s Carolina Thunderbirds in 2019. Following a pair of seasons with the Thunderbirds in Winston-Salem, N.C., Drew was promoted to the SPHL and the Fayetteville Marksmen where he was the Director of Communication and Broadcasting the last two seasons.
Drew remains an avid fan of college football and his beloved Wolfpack. He is also a fan of the Atlanta Falcons and the New York Yankees. You’ll also catch him around the local golf course and with a rod in hand at a local fishing hole.