Former Marquette sprinter Brittany (Rhett) Warren is in her third season as an assistant coach with the Marquette track and field program in 2015-16.
Warren has coached multiple 4x200-meter relay teams and propelled them to top-10 finishes in the state. During the 2012-14 seasons at Monona Grove High School, she coached multiple athletes, driving them to break previous school records in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter categories as well as the 4x100- and 4x200-meter relays. Those records had not been broken in 30 years.
Warren ran with the record breaking 4x100-meter relay squadat Loyola Chicago, which took second in the Horizon League Conference Outdoor Championships in 2007. She also ran at Marquette 2008.
At Palatine High School in Illinois, Warren was a four-year letter winner, running the 100-, 200-, and 800-meter medleys and 4x100- and 4x200-meter relays. She was an all-area academic selection and a member of the National Honor Society. Warren helped her team to four indoor track conference titles, three outdoor track conference titles, and four sectional titles. Her team finished fourth in state her freshman and junior years, fifth as a sophomore and second at state her senior year. She holds the Palatine School record in the 800-meter medley.
Brittany has a bachelor's degree in psychology from Marquette University and a master's in sports and exercise psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She also holds a USATF Level 1 Coaching Certification.
Her master's degree and her own experience of intensive track and field training throughout high school and college gives her a unique understanding of what motivates an athlete to do their very best and succeed.
Brittany lives with her husband, Marcease Warren, in Milwaukee, where she continues to perfect her own running skills.
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