Armond Goodin will work with the hurdlers in his first season as an assistant coach at Long Beach State.
Goodin was a team captain and two-year letterwinner (2006-07) at The Beach, competing primarily in the 110-meter hurdles. As a junior, the Long Beach native finished fourth at the conference championships with a LBSU career-best 14.47, helping the men's squad to their first Big West title. Goodin also qualified for the finals at the conference meet in 2007.
Prior to his arrival at Long Beach State, Goodin competed two years at Long Beach City College, where he led the Vikings to a second-place finish at the state championships in 2004. Goodin established a lifetime-best 14.22 in the 110m hurdles and was the 2003 junior college state runner-up.
Goodin was a prep standout at Long Beach Poly High School from 1999-02. He was the 2002 CIF Division I and Moore League champion in the 110m high hurdles, while notching a runner-up finish at the state meet.
Goodin earned his bachelor's degree in communications in 2007.
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