Jacquelyn Harris oversees the strength and conditioning program for Women's Basketball, Women's Soccer and Women's Golf. Prior to joining the Rams she was an Assistant Athletic Performance Coach at the University of California Los Angeles. During her time at UCLA, Harris worked directly with Football, Women's Basketball, Men's and Women's Tennis, and Men's and Women's Golf.
In her time at UCLA, she helped the Men's and Women's Golf and Men's and Woman's Tennis teams to 3 NCAA tournaments and a National Championship in 2011 for Women's Golf.
Prior to joining UCLA Harris worked as an Assistant Athletic Performance Coach at USD where she oversaw Women's Rowing, Swimming and Diving, and was an assistant to Football and Volleyball.
Jacquelyn earned her M.S. in Human Movement from A.T. Still University and a B.A. in Business Administration from the University of San Diego. While at USD Jacquelyn was on the varsity rowing team.
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