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Trent L. Sanderson

Team Prep USA - Owner and Creator

CRESTED BUTTE, COLORADO

*2007 - Current - Team Prep USA
*2004 - 07 - Athletic Director & Distance Coach - CBA/ IMG Academies
*2001 - 04 - Head Men & Women XC Coach - University of Maryland-College Park
*2000 - 01 - Assistant Coach - Florida State University
*1998 - 99 - Head Coach at Colorado Rocky Mountain School
*1997 - 00 - Distance Coach - Glenwood Springs High School
*1997 - 99 - Team Elite USA - Aspen Club - Aspen, Colorado

He is now in his 17th year with:
* 2 Olympians
* 11 National individual Track and XC Champions
* 3 Runner-up National Titles
* 13 Individual World team & Jr. team qualifiers
* 2 Rhode Scholars
* 23 Footlocker finalist
* 24 High School All-Americans
* 12 NCAA All-Americans (very short stint as a college coach)
* 139 Individual State Champions(through camps and individual)
* 18 NXN Qualifiers.... Stay tuned for much more as we will need to go back over his history and bring up his incredible success over the past decade.
Loren T. Donohue

Team Prep USA - Executive Director/ Administrator
RMXC Camps Coordinator

CRESTED BUTTE, COLORADO

University of Massachusetts - 2005 Graduate
BS Sports Management
NCAA Division 1 Athlete, Track, XC, and Diving


Contact with questions regarding Team Prep USA or Rocky Mountain Cross Country Camps and Winter Distance Project Coach Donohue has become such an asset to Team Prep USA over this past year, we are lucky to have her on board and can see great things from her over the next few years with all the national attention that this organization has brought us. Her work ethic has continually set the bar for our clients to follow.

Contact:
Loren.Donohue@TeamPrepUSA.com

845.797.2058
Lynn Jagaciewski

Team Prep USA / Travel and Activities Coordinator - Outside of Camps!

CRESTED BUTTE, COLORADO

Contact info: Email: cbtrips@gmail.com
Kelli Jennings

Team Prep USA / Nutritionist

CRESTED BUTTE, COLORADO

Kelli Jennings is a Registered Dietitian with a passion for healthy eating, wellness, & sports nutrition. After graduating from the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in Dietetics, she began her career with a residency and position in Washington DC at George Washington University Hospital. Since returning to Colorado, she founded Apex Nutrition, LLC, a local and online private practice specializing in endurance sports nutrition, disease prevention, and wellness. Kelli has counseled athletes across the country, from amateur to professional, helping them improve their health and athletic performance through daily healthy eating and intentional eating for training. She has studied and worked in a variety of nutrition areas and is accredited by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Outside of work, Kelli loves living with her husband in Crested Butte, Colorado where she spends her free time backcountry skiing, mountaineering, and participating in endurance mountain bike events. During the summer of 2005, she placed first in a 100K Mountain Bike Race in Durango, Colorado. She has also set her sights on climbing the 54 summits of all of Colorado's 14,000 foot peaks (52 climbed including 7 snow climb/ski descents as of October 2006 - the completion of this project has been delayed with the birth of her 1st child in June 2007!). These activities give her the perfect opportunity to fine-tune her homemade sports drinks, backpacking meal menus, and endurance sports nutrition plans. Here’s also a summary of what I bring to your program. Each participant receives: A complete assessment and analysis of current eating habits for daily eating and training Customized nutrition packet with key nutrition recommendations, a mix-and-match meal plan for suggested food choices, recipes, sports nutrition education, and tools to track progress Initial phone or in-person appointment to discuss goals, the nutrition packet, and plan Sports Nutrition Education for daily eating, eating for training & competitions, supplement use, race day preparation, and optimal hydration Best of all, Kelli Jennings, RD to partner with you as your personal nutrition coach! The coaching relationship provides ongoing support, accountability, encouragement, meal plan adjustments, and answers to your questions via weekly or biweekly emails.

Kelli.Jennings@teamprepusarunning.com
Brantley Lutz

Team Prep USA / RMXC Camps Training Group Organizer

Coach Lutz is in his 6th year now with the Rocky Mountain Cross Camps/ Team Prep USA

During the season Coach Lutz is a coach with Trinity University, after coaching at Albuquerque (N.M.) Academy for five years. During his seven seasons as an assistant coach, the teams won two state titles and were runner-up three times. In the fall of 2005, he was promoted to head girls cross country coach, and under his direction, the team won its first state title in 12 years as they placed five runners in the top seven at the state meet. Coach Lutz earned District and State Coach of the Year honors in his first season as a head coach. As an assistant with the track team, he coached two girls to multiple individual titles. During the five track seasons, he coached the distance runners to 13 school records. Nine of his former athletes have gone on to be a part of collegiate cross country teams. In the 2.5 years since Lutz arrived at Trinity, his athletes have set 20 school records. Coach Lutz graduated from Michigan State University in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in engineering mechanics. During his collegiate athletic career, he earned five varsity letters and competed at the 1995 NCAA Cross Country Championships as a member of the Spartan team. Since becoming a coach in 2001, he has earned coaching certification in USATF Level 1 and Level 2 in endurance events.


Coach Lutz is still a competitive runner, as he has qualified and competed in the last two U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, finishing 30th in 2004. He has a marathon personal record of 2 hours, 20 minutes, 55 seconds. In 2005, he finished fifth U.S. Marathon Championships, which was his fourth top 10 finish in a national championship race.
Dr. Gloria Beim

Team Prep USA / Doctor MD

CRESTED BUTTE, COLORADO

Chief Medical Officer for the United States Olympic Committe at the 2005 World University Games in Izmir, Turkey.

Team Physician of Team Prep USA and The U.S. Track Cycling Team, Athens Olympics

Dr. Gloria Beim is a Board certified Orthopaedic Surgeon with specialty fellowship training in shoulder surgery, knee surgery, arthroscopy and sports medicine. Her clinic locations are in Gunnison, Mt. Crested Butte, and Telluride. Dr. Beim began college at the age of 14. She earned her M.D. at the University of California at San Diego and her Orthopaedic credentials were earned at the New York Orthopaedic Hospital of Columbia Presbyterian University. She then completed her Sports Medicine knee and shoulder fellowship training at the University of Pittsburgh Center for Sports Medicine. In addition to her practice, she is the physician for the United States Track Cycling Team, and a team physician for Western State Athletics. As a Sports Medicine Fellow at the University of Pittsburgh, she was a team physician for the football, wrestling, and gymnastics teams. Dr. Beim continues to be involved in studies of sports injury and prevention. Her involvement and interest in her specialties have earned her an appointment as a reviewer of the American Journal of Sports Medicine, and she is an active member of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. In addition to publishing in numerous professional journals and textbooks, she is the author of "The Female Athlete's Body Book". She has appeared as an authority in sports medicine in a number of TV newscasts including the Today Show. Dr. Beim resides in Mt. Crested Butte with her husband Erik, daughter Skylar, and their three dogs. Her hobbies and interests include mountain biking, weight lifting, snow skiing, playing hockey, and horseback riding.
Robert P. Jackson

Team Prep USA
Director of Academic Affairs

NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT

Associate Director of Major Gifts - Yale University,
Office of Development, New Haven, CT July 2007 to present

Associate Director of Admissions/Director of Multicultural Recruitment - Yale University,
Undergraduate Admissions, New Haven, CT, August 1995 – 2007

Plan and coordinate recruitment strategies for prospective students of color in consultation with the Dean of Admissions.

Area Admissions Officer for Hawaii, Los Angeles, Nevada, South Pacific territories, and part of New York City. Supervise 16 bursary students and the Assistant Director of Multicultural Recruitment. Plan and coordinate on campus yield programs, information sessions, phonathons and mailings to prospective students. Travel domestically and internationally conducting presentations, meeting with alumni and visiting schools.

Read and evaluate over one thousand applicants to Yale University each year.
Tony Nicolosi

Team Prep USA / RMXC 2014 Camp Staff

Graduate of University of Tampa 2010
Bachelor's in Sport Management, minor in Economics

Athletic achievements:
3 school records in track
3000 meters 8:41
5000 meters 15:07
10000 meters 31:30
8K school record for cross country 24:52
10k second fastest 32:04
2 time NCAA Division II Cross Country National Championship Qualifier
3 time All-South Region for Cross Country
4 time First team All-Sunshine State Conference
2 time Academic All-American
Assistant Cross Country / Track Coach for Seminole High School (2007-present)

Team Prep USA is looking forward to having Tony be a part of the 2010/2011 Winter Distance Project.
Jeff Arbogast

Team Prep USA / Co-Director of RMXC Camps

SOUTH JORDAN, UTAH

Coach Arbogast is in his 7th year now with the Rocky Mountain Cross Country Camps/ Team Prep USA

Education

B.A. University of Utah 1980
M.A. University of Phoenix 1994
(Post-Masters hours in sports medicine and sports psychology)



Coaches' Education

USATF Level I 1991
USATF Level II (Multi-Events) 1994
USATF Level III (Endurance) 2001 (One of 4 US High School coaches as of 2002)
Gatorade Sports Science Institute 2004, 2005


Experience

25 years Head Cross Country (Boys & Girls) @ Bingham High School, South Jordan UT
23 years Head Coach Track & Field (Boys & Girls) @ Bingham High School, South Jordan, UT
21 Years Head Coach South Valley Track Club (USATF) @ SLC, UT
10 years coaching international athletes via OzTrack, (AUS & NZ)
Multi-State Clinician/Presenter on Endurance Events, Multi-Events and Motivation
Member, National Federation Coaches' Governing Board (1999-2003)
President-Elect, National Federation of Coaches (all USA HS sports), 2001-2
Chair, National Federation of Coaches Committee, 2002-Present
Member, National Federation of Coaches Publications Committee, 2002-Present
2002 National High School Coaches' Association "Coach of the Year" (Men's XC)
2003 National Federation of Coaches "Coach of the Year" (Women's XC)
2005 Utah "Best In State" High School Coach
2006 "Huntsman Teacher/Coach of the Year" Recipient
Author of numerous articles, videos, dissertations, and coaching guides
Sports & Performance Psychology Curriculum Design and Instructor
Coordinator & Head Coach, Utah-Russia Track & Field Meet, 2003
Member, Gatorade Sport Science Institute Coaches' Council


Taylor Miller

Team Prep USA / RMXC 2014 Camp Staff

Miller spent her collegiate running years at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. She was team captain from ’06-’08 and received multiple Southeastern Conference All-Academic team honors. On the track, Miller holds the fifth fastest time in school history in the 10,000 meter run, crossing the line in 35:45 at the Stanford Invitational. She was also a regional qualifier in the 5,000 meters, running 16:50 at the University of Tennessee’s Sea Ray Invitational.

After graduating summa cum laude from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Arts in English, Miller was accepted into the Teach For America program and moved to Los Angeles to teach 12th grade English and AP Language at Lou Dantzler High School. She was also the head men’s and women’s track and field coach. After her 2 year commitment, Miller was hired by Teach For America to manage their college recruitment efforts in the SEC. She currently resides in Nashville, TN.

Dylan Hassett

Team Prep USA / RMXC 2014 Camp Staff

College of William and Mary - Sophomore
Majoring in Kinesiology
Former client and camper of Team Prep USA

High School:
2010 and 2011 Georgia State Champion in 3200m
Placed 3rd in 2009 and 6th in 2010 at Georgia XC State Championship
3200m PR of 10:43
1600m PR of 5:06
Earned 7 scholar athlete awards

Collegiate:
Earned two All-East honors (in 3k and 5k)
Earned All-CAA honors for 2012 cross country
Competed with team at 2012 NCAA Division I Cross Country National Championship

Collegiate PR's:
3k - 9:42
5k - 16:41
10k - 34:54

Aaron Nelson

Team Prep USA /2014 RMXC Camp Staff


School: University of Washington
Major: Medical anthropology
Former client and camper of Team Prep USA

2013 NCAA All American! All American in cross country 2013.
Pac-12 conference champion in 3k steeplechase.
4th at Wisconsin invitational.

Collegiate PRs:
10k- 28:44
3k steeple: 8:49
XC 8k- 23:25

High school PRs:
3200m- 9:16
1600m- 4:18
XC 5k- 15:10

Kelly Gallagher

Team Prep USA / RMXC 2014 Camp Staff

Kelly graduated from Allegheny College in 2013 with a BA in Psychology and minors in Writing and Communication Arts. She ran varsity Indoor/ Outdoor track, and Cross Country all 4 years and was captain her Junior through Senior years.

10k NCAC champion 2010
Multiple All- Conference and All- Region honors
High school Cross Country state-qualifier 4 years
Assistant Coach Gulf Coast High School girls track and cross country distance team 2013-2014 seasons
Plans to return to school in fall 2015 to pursue a masters degree in behavioral medicine.
Diane Robison

Team Prep USA / 2014 RMXC Camp Counselor



University of Arkansas - Sophomore

Dietetics Major, Spanish Minor
2007 Missouri Cross Country State Champion
2007 Missouri Gatorade Athlete of the Year
2009 Missouri Track State Champion and Record Holder in the 4x800
4 year Parkway Central High School Scholar Athlete
Two-Time Footlocker Qualifier
4:56 in the mile in High School

Redshirted Freshman year with injuries
Lindsey Hinken

Team Prep USA / RMXC 2014 Camp Counselor



Education:
Honors College of Western Kentucky University- Sophomore
Majoring in Biology and minoring in Nutrition

High School:
Earned 8 All-State academic awards
Member of three Kentucky XC State Championship teams and one Kentucky Track and Field State Championship team.
Placed fifth in 2008, sixth in 2009, and second in 2011 at the Kentucky XC State Championship.
Placed second in 2012 in the 3200m at the Kentucky Track and Field State Championship.
Received the Kentucky National Guard Outstanding Senior Leader award at the State XC Championships in 2011.
Voted Northern Kentucky XC Runner of the Year in 2011.

Collegiate:
Earned Sunbelt Conference Academic Recognition in 2012 and 2013
Runner up in 2013 at the Sunbelt Conference XC Championship
Placed third in 2013 and second in 2014 in the 5k at the Sunbelt Conference Indoor Track and Field Championship
Named to the Sunbelt All-Conference Second Team in 2014

Personal Records:
3000m- 9:48
5000m- 16:48

Taylor Manett

Team Prep USA /2014 RMXC Camp Counselor


School: University of Michigan Class of 2016
Major:Neuroscience; Pre-Med

FootLocker Finalist
Dr. Eric A. Haynie

Team Prep USA / Team Chiropracter

ASPEN, COLORADO

Dr. Eric A. Haynie D.C., CSCS, DIAMA, ART
EDUCATION Palmer College of Chiropractic West: Doctor of Chiropractic California State University Fresno: B.S. Chemistry Diplomat International Academy of Medical Acupuncture Level I Certified Colorado Workers Compensation Provider Adjunct Clinic Faculty Northwestern College of Chiropractic Level III Certified Active Release Technique Provider Biomechanics Certification, Active Release Techniques Mission College: Emergency Medical Technician Sole Supports Certified Orthotic Provider Certified Red Cross CPR and AED instructor NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist EXPERIENCE DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC, Aspen Leaf Chiropractic P.C. • DBA: Aspen Sports Chiropractic, since 1997 • Practicing in conjunction with Multidisciplinary Aspen Sports Medicine
Shane Curtsinger

Team Prep USA / RMXC 2014 Camp Staff

Shane graduated from Lincoln Memorial University in 2013 with a B.S. in Athletic Training.
He currently is working on a Masters of business administration from LMU and is also the Graduate assistant coach at LMU.
While competing for LMU Shane aquired the school record in both the 5k and 10k on the track. He was also team captain 2011-2013.

Bill Fabrocini

Team Prep USA / Team Physical Therapist

ASPEN, COLORADO

Bill Fabrocini PT, OCS, CSCS is the Director of the Aspen Club Sports Performance Center

A high altitude training facility specializing in the fundamental and advanced concepts of athletic performance.

Mr. Fabrocini is also a board certified clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy and continues to practice clinically at The Aspen Club Sports Medicine Institute.

He has authored numerous articles on sport training and fitness that have been featured in magazines such as Skiing, Women’s Sports and Fitness, and Shape Magazine along with several medical journals. He is a frequent contributor to medical research with publications in regards to sports nutrition and orthopedic rehabilitation.

Mr. Fabrocini frequently lectures at fitness conferences and medical symposiums around the country and is also an active educator in youth sports development within the Aspen and Crested Butte community. His innovative approach to the development of athletic skills along with his unique rehabilitation techniques, have attracted a vast array of professional athletes and Olympians.

These include former NBA Champion and MVP David Robinson, Olympic Snowboard Bronze Medalist Chris Klug and Silver Medalist Gretchin Blieler, Tennis Grand Slam Champions Martina Navratolova and Conchita Martinez, US Open Women’s Golf Champion Jane Geddes, and numerous members of the US Ski Team, among many others.
Dr. Roanne Houck N.D.

Team Prep USA / Naturopathic Doctor

GUNNISON, COLORADO

Roanne Rouse Houck, ND is a Naturopathic Doctor and owner of the Main Street Clinic and Acli-Mate® Mountain Sports Drink located in Gunnison, CO.



Dr. Houck graduated with a degree in pre-med biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz and attended four years of naturopathic medical school at the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, OR, followed by a one year integrated MD/ND residency in Grand Junction, CO.



She was born and raised in Crested Butte and maintains an active lifestyle including cycling, trail running, Nordic and tele-mark skiing, hiking and yoga.



Dr. Houck has a successful naturopathic practice focusing on optimal health for people of all ages and athletes of all abilities. Acli-Mate® Mountain Sports Drink is an all-natural sport beverage formulated by Dr. Houck to promote optimal physical performance at elevation. It is an excellent addition to any mountain runners’ nutritional program to maximize energy, performance and recovery.

To learn more about Acli-Mate® Mountain Sports Drink visit HYPERLINK
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For more information about Naturopathic Medicine visit www.naturopathic.org



For more information about the Main Street Clinic and the services we offer please call us at 970-641-5363.
Brad Borne

Dr. Bradley A. Borne, D.C.,C.S.C.S.



Received his chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences in Minneapolis, MN., his emphasis is in sports chiropractic, Graston Technique, biomechanical evaluations, manual therapy, orthotics, back and neck rehabilitation, and functional strengthening. He has worked with the Aspen Music Festival's injury prevention program, treated elite runners at the Nike High Altitude Running Camp in Crested Butte, CO and works with the National Champion Rugby team of Aspen. Dr. Borne also works with the professional dancers of the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet.
Jennifer Michel

Team Prep USA / RMXC Camp Staff

GUNNISON, COLORADO

Coach Michel's was named the 2007 Division II Men’s Cross Country Coach of the year for her team’s performance. She is the first female to receive this honor for coaching a men’s sport in any NCAA division or sport.

As a college athlete at Western State College of Colorado, Michel earned eight All-American honors in Track and Field and Cross Country. In track and field, Michel won NCAA Division II National Championships in the Steeplechase, 3,000m and Indoor Mile. Michel still holds the National Championship record in the Steeplechase. Her Senior year of Cross Country, she was named the Division II Cross Country runner of the year.

After graduating from Western State with a degree in History and Secondary Education in 2001, Michel went on to qualify for the USATF Championships in the steeplechase in 2001 and 2002, as well as the 5000 meters in 2002. She was also selected to run on US road racing championships in Beijing, China and Yokohama, Japan.

While competing as a post-collegiate athlete, Michel was an assistant coach for the Western State Cross Country and Track and Field programs until taking over as the Head Coach for the Distance programs in the fall of 2007. Western State has a strong tradition in Cross Country with 7 NCAA Division II titles for the men and three titles for the women since 1995.

In her first year as Head Coach for the Western State Mountaineers, the men went on to win the NCAA North Central Region and the women placed second. At the national championships, the men placed 2nd by a mere 7 points and the women were 6th.
John Martin

Team Prep USA / Web Designer