Orangeburg, N.y. (11/5/14) Dominican College of Blauvelt will include men’s cross country and men’s Olympic style sports to its games program starting in the 2015-2016 academic year as was declared by Director of Athletics, Joseph S. Clinton.
Excited about the expansion of men’s cross country and Olympic style sports programs,” Clinton said. “With cross country officially being a gathering title sport and men’s Olympic style events turning into one in 2015, it will permit both projects to have quick post-season opportunities as a major aspect of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference.”
Jamie Kempton has been appointed as the new head coach for both programs, right now she’s the mentor for the ladies’ cross country and Olympic style events programs.
Kempton brings an abundance of training background to the staff as he was most as of late the head mentor of the men’s and ladies’ cross country and Olympic style events programs at St. Thomas Aquinas College from 2004-2007. Preceding that, he served as the head coach of the indoor and outside track programs for both the young men and young ladies squads at Albertus Magnus High School from 1998-1999.