Cathleen Cawley (formerly Campbell) enters her fifth season as an assistant coach at Colorado State University during the 2013-14 season. She is the Director of Operations for the track and field programs, coaches the male and female high jumpers, and assists Coach Tim Cawley with the horizontal jumps and multi-events.
While at CSU, Cathleen Cawley has coached three NCAA national qualifiers, one honorable mention All-American, and five top-three All-Conference performances. Cawley served as a volunteer coach with the Rams during the 2008-09 season. During the 2007-08 season, Cawley worked as the high jump coach at University of Northern Colorado where she coached one conference champion and one NCAA regional qualifier. Prior to Northern Colorado, Cawley served as a volunteer coach assisting with jumpers and decathletes at Colorado School of Mines.
A graduate from the University of Richmond in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science, Cawley double majored in Computer Science and Physics. She competed in the high jump, heptathlon, and 400 hurdles. While at Richmond, she was a team captain, a member of the 2003 Atlantic 10 Indoor Championship Team, and a two-time conference champion in the heptathlon.
Cawley is Level I USA Track & Field certified and Level II USA Track & Field certified in Jumps, Sprints, Throws, and Combined Events. She is also certified as a USA Track & Field Level 1 Instructor and has served as a USA Track & Field Official.
Cawley takes an active role in her communities. Within track and field, Cawley serves as a USATF Colorado board member, and also serves as the USATF Women's Development Chair for horizontal jumps. At Colorado State University, Cawley serves on the Administrative Professional Council and as a committee member of the Gold Team. She will complete her Master's in Business Administration in spring 2015 from Colorado State University.
Cathleen Cawley lives in Fort Collins and is married to Colorado State University track coach Tim Cawley.