Aggie Head Coach Earns Second Mountain Region Coach Of The Year Honor
Aggies Will Compete In Nampa, Idaho Along With Seattle, Wash. and Albuquerque, N.M.
Yogi Teevens (pronounced, Tee-Vins) is entering her third year as an assistant coach at Utah State. Teevens coaches the sprinters, the long and triple jumpers, and the relay teams.
Prior to joining the USU staff, Teevens spent a total of 15 seasons as the women's head coach at the University of Idaho, nine of which were served as co-head coach for the men's team. In her time with Idaho, she coached athletes to break 37 school records, including some records broken multiple times.
Teevens started her coaching career in 1990 as an assistant coach at her alma mater, Tulane, where she coached for five years. She led the Green Wave to its first conference championship in 1995. Teevens continued her career at the University of Idaho in the 1996-97 season after serving one year as the head coach for Wisconsin-Stout.
At Tulane, Teevens was a three-sport athlete, participating in basketball, volleyball and track & field. She is married to Sam Teevens, and the couple has one son, Cody, and one daughter, Peyton.