Oak Harbor grad named assistant coach at UCSD

Addy Royal. (Photo courtesy of UCSD Athletics)

Addy Royal. (Photo courtesy of UCSD Athletics)

2011 Oak Harbor High School graduate Adrianna Royal has been named new assistant coach for the University of California – San Diego cross country and track and field teams.

Royal, who ran collegiately for Sacramento State University, comes to San Diego after serving as an assistant coach at South Oregon University for two years.

At SOU, she helped lead the men’s team to fourth place in the 2017 NAIA championships and the women’s team to seventh in the 2016 national meet.

Royal also helped develop six All-Americans while at Southern Oregon.

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