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Extra time with the speakers - added plus
Extra time with the speakers - added plus
Greg Coplen
Greg Coplen
Doc the money man!
Doc the money man!
Registration
Registration
Executive Board meeting
Executive Board meeting
Need a Fundraiser???
Need a Fundraiser???
Chris Kedge
Chris Kedge
Javier Harvey - Hurdles
Javier Harvey - Hurdles
Sports Surfaces
Sports Surfaces
Buster Mabrey
Buster Mabrey
Roland Desonier
Roland Desonier
Lot of XC knowledge between these two for sure!
Lot of XC knowledge between these two for sure!
Garden Schwartz
Garden Schwartz
Greg and Maurice trading notes
Greg and Maurice trading notes
Robertson getting ready!
Robertson getting ready!
Cookies!
Cookies!
High Jump session
High Jump session
Spencer Seilschott
Spencer Seilschott
MF Athletic represented
MF Athletic represented
Officials Clinic - Robert Abney
Officials Clinic - Robert Abney
Distance Session
Distance Session
Raffle time!
Raffle time!
Maurice Bynum
Maurice Bynum
Patrick Pyle - High Jump
Patrick Pyle - High Jump
Need a F.A.T system?
Need a F.A.T system?
NMAA in the house.
NMAA in the house.
Wish you had these colors!
Wish you had these colors!
Tim Host caught!
Tim Host caught!
Fred Polich
Fred Polich
Rules Clinic
Rules Clinic
BSN Sports in the House
BSN Sports in the House
Rules Clinic
Rules Clinic
Thank you vendors!
Thank you vendors!
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2020 NMTCCCA Clinic Presentations
32nd NMTCCCA CLINIC MATERIALS Friday, January 24, 2020 CLICK ON SESSIONS BELOW FOR CLINICIAN MATERIALS ROOM SIERRA III SIERRA II SIERRA I 5:30 – 6:30 PM
       RESULTS - 2019 WOMEN'S XC STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
  1st   2nd 3rd 
A/AA
 24 - ATC

35 - Pecos

116 - Penasco

3A

54 - Cottonwood Cl

75 - Zuni 

89 - Laguna Acoma

 4A 

30 - Los Alamos

53 - Alb Academy

130 - Hope Chr 
 5A  48 - Eldorado 

77 - Volcano Vista

99 - Cleveland

 

       RESULTS - 2019 MEN'S XC STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
  1st   2nd 3rd 
A/AA

37 - Navajo Pine

75 - Cloudcroft

110 - Pecos

3A

23 - Zuni

92 - Santa Fe Indian

111 - Laguna Acoma

 4A  40 - Los Alamos  43 - Alb Academy 

141 - Hope Chr

 5A 

64 - Cleveland

112 - Volcano Vista

114 - Piedra Vista

 

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2019 NMTCCCA Scholarship Winner 2019SchSpayne
Sage Payne, a 4.1 GPA student at Onate High School and team captain in both Cross Country and Track & Field, was the 2019 winner of the NMTCCCA's Sepulveda Scholarship. Sage has been a member of the National Honor Society for 3 years, vice president of the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), a five year Cross  Country and Track athlete and an active member
2018 NMTCCCA All Harrier Teams
2018 NMTCCCA All-Harrier Teams NMAA Cross Country Championships   Must be members of both associations NMTCCCA & NMHSCA to be awarded All-Harrier     First&n
2019 NMTCCCA Scholarship Application
Emily Clarke, a Manzano High four year letter winner in both Cross Country and Track & Field, was the 2018 winner of the NMTCCCA's Sepulveda Scholarship. Emily was the Team Captain for her Cross
2018-19 Pole Vault Certification List
Attention Pole Vault Coaches, below is the current list of coaches currently certified along with the expiration dates. NMTCCCA-NMAA       Pole Vault Certified Coaches
2019 Track & Field Officiating Information
2018-2019 Registration:  The NMOA has gone to an online registration process through the Arbiter beginning with the 2018-2019 school year.  For track and field, the registration system

2020 NMTCCCA Clinician Spotlight

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    GregWilliams2

    Antonian College Prep High School, TX

    The distance track and cross country programs at Antonian have made considerable leaps under Lovell. To date, the Apache men and women have garnered 15 TAPPS state cross country championships. To top it off,......

    Read More About Devlyn...

     
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    Scott Irving

    Albuquerque Academy HS, NM

    Currently the throws coach for the Academy Chargers ladies program, during his tenure at the Air Force Academy Irving coached the pole vault (2000-03), horizontal jumps (2004-06) and throwing events (2000-13). ...... 

    Read More About Scott...

     
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    Earnie Martinez

    Taos High School, NM - Jumps

    Consistency and quality in your coaching staff is a key formula to a winning program. That is exactly what Coach Martinez has brought to the Taos Tigers, his Alma Mater. After a successful collegiate career as a multi-event athlete for Oral Roberts Universtity, Coach Martinez returned home to help be part of the formula that has made Taos into a track powerhouse. 

     
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    GregCoplen2

    Mountain Vista High, CO 

    Co-Head Track Coach. Sprints, Hurdles, Jumps, throws and Relays.

     
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    GregCoplen2

    Klein Forest HS, TX 

    When Remon Smith took over the Klein Forest men's track program three years ago, he told the then-freshman that if they stuck with him they would be state champions. This past May with a spotlight on the Texas State Meet, Smith lived up to that promise....

    Read More about Coach Smith

     
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    GregCoplen2

    Grand Canyon University, AZ 

    Directs the Youth, High School, Collegiate, and Masters vaulters at Sky Athletics. As Assoc.Head Coach at Grand Canyon University, he has coached 5 NCAA All-Americans. As Head Coach at Paradise Valley Community College from ’99-‘13, he produced...

    Read more about Todd



     
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    GregCoplen2

    BSN Sports  - Former NBA Strength/Speed Coach

    Robert Hackett's professional strength and conditioning experience spans over 20 years with the Vancouver Grizzlies, Memphis Grizzlies, Dallas Mavericks (2011 NBA Champions), Milwaukee Bucks...

    Read more about Robert



     

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NMTCCCA - PURPOSE

Advocate

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To advocate what is best for our sports, athletes and coaches. 

 

Educate

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To educate all parties about our sports’ dynamics and to further knowledge and help our membership develop the many skill sets that promote and raise all levels of the various aspects needed by our coaches and their respective athletes.

Celebrate

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To celebrate and recognize, as a professional organization, the achievements that are the fruits of our efforts.

 

NM Event News

2020 Indoor High School Track Meets
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28TH Annual Marilyn Sepulveda RESULTS
CLICK HERE FOR RESULTS

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Member-Spotlight David Nunez

davidNunez It's often said that new coaches tend to coach the way that they were coached. An important thought for all of us to consider, and in this instance it is especially good to know....

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HOF-Spotlight Tove Shere

ToveShere It all started in a different time and a different place..England. It all ended, a 21 year coaching stint at Santa Fe Prep, with one last victory lap around the Great Friends UNM Track Complex in celebration ....

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Alum-Spotlight Christian Gering

christiangering Gering, a runner from San Felipe Pueblo, ran track his junior and senior years at Santa Fe Indian School and cross-country his senior year. Since then he has been chasing his dream — literally ....

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NM-Spotlight Lady Lobos XC

lobos2ndNCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS RUNNER UP!

MADISON, Wis.— For the fourth time in the last five years....

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We are the NMTCCCA !!!

Begun in 1987 by a small group of visionaries with the goal of a NM Meet of Champions, as well as developing better communication and unification between all track and cross country coaches, the New Mexico Track and Cross Country Coaches Association was born and has grown to what you see today. Our association has and must continue to be the guiding force for positive change and the protection of all aspects of New Mexico Track and Cross Country that we believe important to our athletes and our coaches. Changes are a part of life. We are our best "Advocates" for helping to direct that change in a positive and constructive way. We must continue to "Educate" our membership and give them the best tools for success. And, as a professional organization, we must "Celebrate" those successes, those stories, those special moments and actions that make our sports such wonderful tools in helping to mold the youth of New Mexico. We ARE the NMTCCCA !!!

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