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    Can some of you enlighten me on whom some of the better triple jump coaches are at the NCAA level?

    I coach two very gifted athletes who are looking for colleges who have a strong triple jump coach.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  • #2
    Coach Floreal, Stanford University

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    • #3
      Most people I know point to Boo Schexnayder at LSU when this question comes up.

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        Re: NCAA Coaches strong in the Triple Jump?

        Originally posted by boomervandal
        Can some of you enlighten me on whom some of the better triple jump coaches are at the NCAA level?

        I coach two very gifted athletes who are looking for colleges who have a strong triple jump coach.

        Any help would be greatly appreciated.
        If you're looking at the Division I level, someone mentioned Edrick Floreal of Stanford, there's Jake Jacoby (Louisville), Dick Booth of Arkansas, Cliff Rovelto (Kansas State), Jim Van Hootegem (Texas A&M), Mario Santega (Texas), and Nathan Taylor (Cornell) just to consider a few.

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        • #5
          Re: NCAA Coaches strong in the Triple Jump?

          Originally posted by ndamix
          Nathan Taylor (Cornell)
          I've also heard lots of good things there, and Cornell just had two good ones.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by KevinM
            Most people I know point to Boo Schexnayder at LSU when this question comes up.
            Boo is a great TJ coach, but is no longer at LSU.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by gm
              Originally posted by KevinM
              Most people I know point to Boo Schexnayder at LSU when this question comes up.
              Boo is a great TJ coach, but is no longer at LSU.
              Thanks. I had totally forgotten that.

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              • #8
                Wayne Pate (Kansas). Coaches OT Champ Aarik Wilson (and Rose Richmond - LJ).

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                • #9
                  Dean Hayes at Middle Tennessee. Pretty good with Long Jumpers too.

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