Jamey Harris steps into the role of Head Coach after serving as an assistant the last three seasons.
Harris brings extensive experience as an international competitor and assistant at Division I.
Born in the track and field mecca of Eugene Oregon, Harris was a state champion in Cross Country at Beaverton High School as well as being on the state-record setting 4x800 Relay team.
A 1994 graduate of Fresno State, Harris was the 1991 and 1992 Big West Champion in the 1500 meters and a two-time All-American,earning a degree in exercise science with an emphasis on biomechanics. After serving as an assistant at his alma mater Harris was a graduate assistant at Auburn University, and won several National Institute of Health awards for research in muscle psychology and aerobic metabolism.
Harris was a National Champion in the 1500 meters and represented the United States in the World Cross Country Championships and 1998 Goodwill games.
Harris is also currently the head track coach at Pacific Collegiate High School.