Jordana LeSavage begins her second year at Florida State University as an operations assistant. Her collegiate coaching journey started as a volunteer assistant to Coach Kelly Phillips and the women’s distance program in January 2020 after moving to Tallahassee from Flagstaff, Ariz.
LeSavage began her coaching career as head cross country and distance track coach at Ralston Valley High School in Arvada, Colorado. LeSavage guided the boys’ team to the Colorado 5A Cross Country State Championships for the first time since 2006. She helped seven runners achieve all-conference accolades along with two individuals and a relay to a podium finish at the CO 5A State Track & Field Championships. Nick Nowlen, was awarded the Ralston Valley Track & Field MVP, Ralston Valley Sportsman of the Year, and Athlete of the Year.
LeSavage is a native of Chicago, Ill., and graduated with her Bachelor’s in Science in Health and Exercise Science. She also competed in cross-country and track & field at Winona State University. LeSavage earned all-conference accolades and was an integral part of aiding the team back to the NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships in 2013. She is a certified IAAF Level 5 / USATF Level 3 Endurance coach and USA-Weightlifting Level 1 Sports Performance Coach. She was awarded the National Championship Mentorship Grant by USATF in 2019.
LeSavage mentored by Coach Danny Mackey of the Brooks Beasts Track Club at the USA Outdoor Championships in Des Moines, Iowa. Jordana also is involved with Nike Running Camps and Strive Trips every summer.