Teel received her bachelor’s degree in 2008 from Chapman University, majoring in communication studies with a minor in public relations. She holds certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and United States Weightlifting (USAW) as a Level 1 Sports Performance Coach, in addition to the CrossFit Level 1 Certificate.
“The improved athletic performance our athletes develop through the athletics department at Long Beach State is only one part of the benefits of being an athlete at the Beach. The positive experiences they gain by going outside their comfort zone on a daily basis and being encouraged by their peers and coaches, translates into increased confidence and leadership, which transcends their sport and follows them after college. Being a part of that change for student athletes is the most satisfying part of coaching.”
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Beach Tennis Opens Fall Schedule at UNLV...09/21/2017 - W. Tennis
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Beach Finishes In Fifth Place, Tygret Ties For ...09/19/2017 - W. Golf
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Player of the Week
Fryer Opens Season With Top Three Finish
Joe Fryer opened the season by finishing in a two-way tie for third place out of 68 golfers at the Itani Quality Homes Intercollegiate. He shot a 9-under 204 over three rounds, including a 4-under 67 on the final day of the tournament.
NEXT GAME: at Ram Masters Invitational, September 18
LAST WEEK'S WINNER: Chandler Kaltenbach, Men's Water Polo