Level 1 School
March 22 - 24, 2013
Oral Roberts University - Tulsa, Oklahoma
$150.00 - Pre-registration (received by March 8, 2013)
$200.00 - Late Registration (received after March 8, 2013 or on-site)
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Oral Roberts University
7777 S. Lewis Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74171
Course will be instructed in the lecture room inside the ORU Aerobic Center.
Crown Plaza Tulsa-Southern Hills
7902 S. Lewis Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74136
$89 + tax
Days Inn-Tulsa South
8888 S. Lewis Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74137
$54 + tax
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- Shawn Venable is in his first year at Oral Roberts
University where he is in charge of the field events and assists Head Coach
Joe Dial with the sprinting events. Prior to his arrival at ORU, Venable
served five years as the Head Coach at Bacone College. During Venable's
tenure, Bacone won two Red River Conference Titles (2009 and 2012), and
finished as the RRAC runners-up twice. The program produced 17 NAIA
All-Americans, three NAIA Academic All-Americans, 65 NAIA national
qualifiers, 15 RRAC Individual Champions, 103 RRAC All-Conference and 47
RRAC Academic All-Conference honors. Additionally, Venable twice received
the Red-River Conference Men's Coach of the Year Award (2009 and 2012).
During the 2011 and 2012 seasons, Bacone had a national qualifier in almost
every sprint and jumping event including All-American honors or school
records in the 100m (10.37), 200m (21.28), 400m (47.98), 4x400m relay
(3:11), long jump (24’8½), triple jump (51’4) and high jump (6’9). Shawn and
his wife, Ashley, have two sons, Keegan and Kolton.
- John Baumann is in his seventh season as the Throws
Coach at Oklahoma State University after spending six seasons at the
University of Illinois. His impact at OSU has been evident in the success of
his student-athletes. Five of the top eight indoor marks in the shot put in
school history and six of the top eight indoor marks in the weight throw
have been achieved during Baumann's tenure. Similar success has been
achieved in women's outdoors on Baumann's watch, as four of Oklahoma State's
top six outdoor marks in the shot put, five of the top six outdoor marks in
the discus and five of the top eight outdoor marks in the hammer throw have
been achieved since Baumann arrived in Stillwater. In 2007 Baumann was
inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame based on his stellar career at Doane
College in Crete, Nebraska. Bauman and his wife, Lisa, have three
daughters, Catabrean, Holly and Sadie, and one son, Max.
- Alick Musukuma will begin his second season as the
Missouri State University Head Cross Country Coach and Assistant Track &
Field Coach. A native of Zambia, Musukuma served as the Head Cross-Country
Coach at Oral Roberts University from 1998-2009. His impressive resume
includes 28 NCAA qualifiers in cross-country and track and 13 All-Americans.
In addition, he has coached three Olympians, four World Championships
qualifiers, 17 Summit League Athletes of the Year and 50 conference
champions. The coach, who is in his 7th year of head coaching, was named the
Summit League Cross Country Coach of the Year in 2005. As a competitor,
Musukuma was a four-time All-American at Blinn College and a five-time
All-American at Oklahoma Baptist in the 800 meters and 4 x 400-meter relay.
He competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea for his native
Zambia. He was the national record-holder in the 800 meters for two years
and was named Zambian Sportsman of the Year from 1988-91. He and his wife,
Namukale, have five children.
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