Jason Zarb-Cousin returns as an assistant coach for the LMU cross country and track and field teams after previously serving as a volunteer coach for the Lions from 2005-09.
Previously, Zarb-Cousin served as a volunteer coach at the University of New Mexico from 2013-2015, where he guided the Lobos to four top-14 NCAA finishes in his two seasons, including a third-place finish for the women's squad.
Prior to his time in Albuquerque, Zarb-Cousin served as a personal coach at Air Force Sports Cross Country & Marathon for four years, coaching elite runners and post-collegiate runners.
Before focusing on individual training, Zarb-Cousin returned to his alma mater as the director of operations for cross country and track and field for the 2010-2011 season and the assistant coach for the 2009-2010 season at the Air Force Academy.
Following running cross country and track for the Air Force Academy from 1995-1999, Zarb-Cousin served as an assist coach at Fort Collins High School in Colorado from 2001-2005, leading the team the 2005 5A state title.
Zarb-Cousin obtained his bachelor’s degree in basic sciences from the Air Force Academy in 1999 and obtained a master's degree in physical education/kinesiology from the University of Northern Colorado in 2003. Zarb-Cousin owns a USATF Level II Certification in endurance and sprints/jumps and USATF official certification.
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