Andrew Owusu serves as a volunteer assistant at Middle Tennessee, bringing a vast amount of experience in the horizontal jumps.
Owusu has been associated with the Middle Tennesssee track program since 1999 and his contribution to the program solidifies its position as one of the premier institutions for long and triple jump in the Sun Belt Conference and the nation. Despite being a full-time assistant professor with the Middle Tennessee HHP department, his love for the sport, coupled with the desire to share his experience and expertise in the horizontal jumps, makes him a perfect fit for the track program.
Owusu earned his bachelor's in Biology from Alabama, where he garnered eight All-America honors. He held school records in both the long and triple jump upon graduation. Owusu completed an M.S. Ed. in Sports Administration and Management at Wayne State College, and in 2004 earned a Ph.D. from Middle Tennessee in Human Performance.
Owusu also has a wealth of international experience, including two World Championships, three Olympic games, one World Cup and four All-Africa Games.