In addition to directing the Authentic Athletix Hockey Division, Andrew Sherman is the Chairman of the Board for the Colorado Rampage Hockey Club.
Before leading the Rampage, Sherman was a certified NHLPA player agent and worked at the prestigious All Pro Sports and Entertainment in Denver Colorado from 1998-2003. He worked with numerous NHL and NFL hopefuls in preparation, contract negotiation and financial planning. Sherman worked closely with football greats Barry Sanders, Jerome Bettis and Eddie George as well as NHL players Michael Sykora and Josef Marha.
Sherman played professionally from 1995-1997 for the Lakeland Prowlers in the now defunct SHL and the Columbus Cottonmouths in the CHL where he retired due to concussions. Following his injury he remained as the assistant coach for the 1997 end of season. He also was the Assistant GM of the Huntsville Channel Cats in the CHL.
Sherman played hockey and attended college at Rochester Institute of Technology from 1992-1995 where he was captain in his senior year. He won a ECAC title in 1994 and went to NCAA's that same year. He graduated with a bachelors degree in Business Management with a minor in Minority Group relations. Before RIT Sherman attended Canton Tech in the NJCAA winning a National Championship in 1992 under the legendary coach Terry Martin.
Sherman, a Schenectady, NY native resides in Colorado Springs with his wife Amber, daughters Kesslyn and Finley and son Landon.