As the rosters of student-athletes, coaches and staff rotate in the Matador Athletics family annually, one constant has remained over the last 20-plus years: the steady, consistent (and many times, behind-the-scenes) performance of Cindy Evans. But her tenure in athletics is only half the story for Evans, since she has spent more than 30 years at Arizona Western College. You could find Evans at the AWC Bookstore in the old AWC Student Union when she first began as a campus employee in 1981. Evans moved to the school’s Registration Office after that before taking over as Athletic Secretary in 1997. During her tenure in the athletic office, Evans has seen 10 different Matador Athletic teams reach the NJCAA Tournament; has made trips with the AWC Football team to Nassau, New York for the Nassau Bowl in '97, and to Biloxi, Mississippi for the Mississippi Bowl in 2009; and saw her first national championship football game at the 2011 El Toro Bowl. Evans has worked for four different athletic directors while at AWC, and continues to be respected for keeping the Matador Athletic offices running smoothly. Evans is married to Brent, who retired after a long, successful career as middle school teacher at Castle Dome Middle School, and dotes on her two daughters, Megan and Jennifer, and her five granddaughters.