Former Lion Caitlin Jennings returns to her alma mater to join the LMU men's and women's cross country and track coaching staff as a volunteer assistant for the 2016-17 season.
Jennings spent three years as an assistant coach at Cal State Fullerton, assisting the team with periodized training programs, nutrition and hydration expertise for distance runners, with recruiting and various other aspects of the program. While working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Fullerton during the 2010-11 academic year, she taught several sections of aerobic exercise and weight control, developed lectures and created specialized workouts for the student body community at large.
A graduate of LMU with a degree in Natural Science, Pre Physical/Occupational Therapy in May 2009, she earned her master's degree at Cal State Fullerton in Kinesiology (Environmental Exercise Physiology) in June 2012.
In addition to coaching cross country and track, Jennings was a professor in the Health and Human Development department at CSUF for the past two years, while also teaching in LMU's Health & Human Sciences department for the past two-and-a-half years. Jennings was a four-year member of the LMU cross country and track teams at LMU, earning academic honors all four years with the Lions and received lifetime membership in the Delta Epsilon Iota Honor Society in 2009. She resides in Manhattan Beach.
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