Sutton Named Assistant Cross Country Coach
Four-year letter winner moves to the coaching ranks.
Aug. 1, 2003
Los Angeles, Calif. - Loyola Marymount men's and women's cross country head coach Scott Guerrero has announced that Warren Sutton will begin his first season as the assistant coach this Fall. Sutton earned his bachelor's degree in chemistry from LMU in 2003, after being a four-year letter winner for the Lions.
Sutton became a consistent varsity runner and eventually lowered his 8,000-meter cross country time by almost eight minutes.
In addition to helping with the cross country programs, Sutton will continue to his aspirations of being a professional triathlete. He has competed in seven triathlons, four of which have been at the half-ironman distance (1.2 mi swim, 56 mi bike, 13.1 mi run). He has never finished lower than fourth in his age group. Sutton has also completed six marathons with a personal best of 3:00.18.
The Lions will begin their season Saturday, August 30 at the Bronco Invitational in Belmont, Calif.
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