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Jane Frederick, the head Strength and Conditioning coach at the University of California Santa Barbara, has been helping the student-athletes in their quest to be the best for the last five years. One of this country's greatest athletes, Frederick was the United States recordholder in the pentathlon/heptathlon from 1972-1985. The eleven-time national champion was also a two-time Olympian, competing in the l972 and l976 Olympic Games.
A graduate of the University of Colorado, Frederick has a long and varied background in athletics. From 1989-1992 she was first assistant Track & Field coach at the University of Texas where she coached numerous athletes to become national champions. In addition she has served as a consultant to the United States Olympic Committee and USA Track & Field. She is a member of the University of Colorado Hall of Fame, as well as of the Nike Walk of Fame.
Inducted to Hall of Fame: 1990
Jane's heptathlon PR, set back in 1984, still ranks as the 29th highest point total recorded in the history of the event. She remains the world's 12th best performer (and best American other than JJK).
Jane won the inaugural Mt. SAC heptathlon in 1981. Her score continues to make her the second highest performer in meet history, again behind only JJK.
Jane competed in a number of individual events in the years before the heptathlon was contested at Mt. SAC, posting winning marks in the long jump in 1975 and 1979.
She broke the American record in the heptathlon six times, and won nine national championships in the pentathlon and heptathlon. Jane also competed at the 1972 and 1976 Olympics.