GW Cross Country & Track Adds Chelsea France as Assistant Coach
Former South Carolina Assistant Joins Colonials
France, a four-year cross country and distance runner at the University of Virginia, spent last season as the manager and volunteer assistant coach for the University of South Carolina track and field and cross country programs.
At South Carolina, France was responsible for assisting in the planning and coordinating of travel and athletic events while coaching and developing student-athletes to academic and athletic achievement.
France was a four-year member of the Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Team (2008-12) for cross country while at Virginia and competed at the NCAA Cross Country Championship in 2011, placing 189th overall. Prior to the NCAA Championship, she placed 40th overall at the NCAA Southeast Regional.
France earned her Bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia in 2012 before earning a Master of Science in Sport & Entertainment Management from South Carolina in May 2014.
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