Coach Corrigan begins his collegiate coaching career this season at Bryn Mawr.
While in his first season at the collegiate level, Coach, Corrigan brings a wealth of knowledge from his experience at the high school level. Notable amongst his successful experience at the high school level, Corrigan orchestrated Marana High School’s (AZ) first bid to the DI State Girls State Championship in the history of the program. Coaching Track & Field at Marana, he also had endurance athletes to DI State appearances in each of past four years. During his time at Marana HS, and previously at Providence Cathlolic (IL), Corrigan has shown a consistent trend of elevating athletes to the next level and in 2014 Corrigan was recognized for his efforts with the Arizona DI XC Girls’ Coach of the Year award.
Corrigan ran Cross Country and Track & Field at St. Joseph’s College (IN), where he earned his Bachelor of Sciences in Psychology. He continued his formal training in Psychology with a Master of Arts from Lewis University. During his extensive time in School Guidance Counseling and College Admissions he continued his training through the USATF system, earning Level I and Level II (Endurance and Combined) certification. He has most recently completed the Endurance Academy that leads to USATF Level 3/IAAF Level 5 international certification. Corrigan has also been accepted to the Youth Specialization Academy for December 2016 and looks forward to returning to the classroom for Level II - Throws and hopefully, the Level I Trainer Certification in the near future.
When he’s not injured, Corrigan enjoys running the longer races. He has completed 7 marathons, 5 half-marathons, 3 RAGNAR Relays, as well as too many 5k’s to count. His goal is to compete in ultra-marathons in the near future.