|Title:||Head Women's Track and Field Coach|
|Alma Mater:||Northeastern University|
The 2012-13 season will mark the third for head coach Consandria Walker. Since taking over the program, Walker has seen tremendous success.
Last season she coached the first male All-American in over a decade in freshman high jumper Carl Joseph.
In just her second year, she led the program to setting 23 school program records and completed the year with best overall finish at the Little East Conference Indoor Championship meet, as well as helping Tylor Hart, Carl Joseph, and Kebba Nasso become the first Beacons to earn LEC Rookie of the Year honors.
As a standout four-year student-athlete for Northeastern University from 2006-10, Walker competed in the shorts sprints, triple jump and long jump. Walker qualified for her NCAA Championship as a sophomore and later as a senior tri-captain. The NEU graduate was known for her leaping abilities as she racked up 10 long jump and seven triple jump titles in her four years.
Along with her NCAA Championship appearances in the triple jump, Walker was a member of the Huskies' first-ever 4 x 100-meter Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) champion relay squad (47.45). At the New England Championship, Walker won the indoor long jump championship in 2009 along with the outdoor 4 x 100-meter relay title (46.44). Walker completed her senior year leaping a 12.53m in the Triple Jump at the Seahawk Invitational.
At Hackensack High School in Hackensack, NJ, Walker captained the track team for two years and was recognized with All-County, All-League, All-State and All-American honors.
Originally from Montego Bay, Jamaica, Walker graduated from Northeastern with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services.
USTFCCCA Track and Field Technical Certification
USTFCCCA Program Management Certification