Wiley Hunt is in his fourth year as an assistant coach for the California Lutheran track and field program; coaching both the men’s and women’s long and triple jump.
In Hunt’s third year of coaching at California Lutheran, he coached Kendall Guidetti, freshman, to conference championship in the long jump, with a new school record of 5.75 meters. Kendall also qualified for the NCAA Division III Nationals in the long jump. At the Nationals she placed 22nd.
While at California Lutheran, coach Hunt has coached three SCIAC champions, five SCIAC members, and two school records. Coach Hunt has coached other student athletes in the top ten CLU record books and has coached four National qualifiers and one All America.
Hunt graduated from Cal State Northridge with a Bachelor’s in Therapeutic Recreation. He competed for the Matador Track and Field team for two years earning all conference honors in the triple jump. Hunt later earned a Masters in Psychology from Pepperdine University. Prior to joining CLU, Hunt had a successful career as a long and triple jump coach at Simi Valley High School where his long and triple jumpers won 14 league titles in six years. When not coaching, Coach Hunt enjoys playing golf, visiting National Parks, and being with family and friends.