Michael D. Wellington, M.A
Head Track & Field Coach

My mission is to bring the best out of each individual student-athlete in the classroom and on the track. I want to create an environment of family, togetherness, and most importantly TEAM. I expect each athlete to buy into the equation for success, so that each day they are WILLING to dig deep inside themselves to accomplish high levels of competition in practice, the Mission League, Division 3, and the state of California. I want all of my athletes to attend college to better themselves for the world that awaits them.

When you do your work, do it with all your heart, as if you were doing it unto God, not for man.
Colossians 3:23


SUCCESS = ABILITY x PREPARATION x EFFORT x WILL

WARRIOR COACHING STAFF BIO's

Head Coach - Sprints, Hurdles, Relays: Michael Wellington
Micheal Wellington has been the Warrior Head Coach since 2013 when he was named "Track & Field Head Coach of the Year" by the Daily News. He is a graduate of Valencia High School, as well as CSUN, where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology in 2003. He ran the 110 high hurdles for the Matadors, running a lifetime personal best of 14.50 in a year where the Matador men won the team Championship. Micheal Wellington also received his Master's Degree in Education in 2011 from the University of La Verne. He plans to continue to excel young athletes in the classroom and on the track. He is an educator that teaches Global History and Psychology.

He began his coaching career at College of the Canyons in 2004 as a hurdle's coach. He coached two athletes ('04, '05) who qualified for the state championships in his 3 year stint. Wellington has been a part of the Warrior track and field team since 2007. He has had multiple Mission League runner ups, as well as several champions. He has had the privilege to coach several CIF finalists, CIF champions, and a state finalist. Micheal Wellington is a USATF Level 2 certified coach specializing in Sprints, Hurdles, and Relays, as well as a Certified Personal Trainer.

Sprints/Relays: Ernie "Coach G" Gregoire
Coach Ernie Gregoire III is sprints Coach at Bishop Alemany, officially joining the Track & Field staff in 2015. Coach "G " is an accomplished leader. His formal coaching resume begins in 2009, "The Process.., " Gregoire says is the key to success, "The quality of the process is the goal, the end result is not the be all end all, execute, and performance will take care of itself. " His passion is athlete development. He is goal-oriented, energetic, an exceptional motivator and practice organizer extraordinaire. While coaching at Mt SAC Community College, the men's and women's basketball teams competed in post-season state tournament championships each year 2009 - 2012. He coached eight South Coast Conference North "1st Team Selections" and three South Coast Conference North "Players of the Year". He is the son of the legendary USA Track and Field Coach Ernie Gregoire, Jr. and Senior Olympian competitive swimmer, Jean, his mom.

He earned his Associate Degree from Mt. SAC and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Organization and Management in Sports and Recreation from Ashford University. He attended University California Berkeley and Azusa Pacific University and a member of the football teams.

Long Jump/Triple Jump: Rashaad "Coach Clock" Dixon
Rashaad Dixon, as a Cal State Northridge men's triple jumper set the Big West Track & Field Conference 2003 Record of 51-11.00wa. He is a great motivator and coach to the student athletes that train with him.

High Jump/Distance: Eric Neumann
Eric Neumann began competing in track and field when he was in 7th grade. He fell in love with the sport after breaking a high jump record that had stood for 19 years. He attended Adrian Wilcox high school and still holds the high jump record there set in 1995 with a mark of 6'9". He went on to compete at CSUN and was the Big Sky champion 1996. He took 3rd place in the Big West finals with an indoor personal best of 6'11". Lifetime P.R. 7'.

BS in Kinesiology. Masters of Education. Coaching Alemany Track and Field for 15 years. Coached several CIF and Masters Finalists. He is an educator that teaches Biology at Alemany.

Distance: Jenyffer Ortega Del Rio
Graduate of University of Great Falls majoring in Health and Human Performance.. Hometown: Van Nuys, California. Her High School / JUCO: Birmingham High School (2009) LATTC (2011). Event: 800, 1500 High School accomplishments: 15th all city (2006) 19:45 (5k), woodbridge- (5k) 18:33, 11th all city(2007) 19:23 (5K), League champ 1600 m (2008), 10th all city (2008) 19:10 (5k), league champ pole vault (2005-09), 4th all city 1600m (5:14), 3rd junior Olympics 1500m (4:42)
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Individual honors received in high school or college: all city-2005-09.



Shot Put, Discus: Erica Cosby
In 2007 a member of UCR track team Erica Cosby qualified in Hammer Throw and Discus. Personal records Discus Throw 46.26 Irvine (USA) 28.04.2007. Hammer Throw 56.45 Irvine (USA) 27.04.2007. Coach "E" is now working on her masters degree in kineseology.

Pole Vault, High Jump: Dr. Dave Carlson
A past track athlete (long distnace runner) who ran into his college years began teaching at Alemany in the 80's. He has coached high jump and pole vault since the 80's. Sucesfully coaching several student athletes to become league and CIF champions. He enjoys coaches and supporting students who have the passion to grow in their chosen event. He is an educator that teaches Science; Anatomy/Physiology at Alemany

Pole Vault: Mike Carr
Current Defensive Back Coach for the Alemany Varsity Football Team. In Highschool he won All-League, All-Ventura county, and All-CIF Defensive Back. As a player at College of the Canyons he won two-time All-Conference Defensive Back. He knows how to train athletes for excellence.

Sprints: Kenneth Mitchell
He has coached at three schools (Taft, Crespi, and Pasdena City College). Coached Taft to multiple City Championships, Crespi HS to CIF-SS D3 Champs in 2008, and coached Omhunique Browne 2013 CCCAA State Champion, Women's 100 meters, 200 meters at Pasadena City College. He ran track at Texas Southern University.

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