Brandon Campbell, a Cal State Fullerton alum, former Titan dual
athlete, and assistant track and field coach, has been hired as an
assistant track and field coach at Fullerton effective immediately,
Titans' head coach John Elders announced Friday, April 12,
Campbell served as an assistant coach under Elders from 2006-09
before taking the same position at Adams State from 2009-13.
"I was extremely disappointed to lose him four years ago, but in
the end it worked out for the best because he was able to grow as a
coach and a leader," Elders said. "To have him back now is super
exciting, as he'll have a positive impact on this program right
"It's personally really gratifying for me to hire him as an alum
of this program because he is a Titan through and through."
During his time at Adams State, he guided the men's program to
its first-ever outdoor track & field national championship in
the spring of 2012.
Under his tutelage, the Adams State women earned a third place
finish at the 2012 NCAA DII Outdoor Track and Field Championships
and at one point claimed the top spot in the USTFCCCA rankings
during the season.
During Campbell's time at ASU, Grizzly sprinters earned 45
all-American accolades and broke 35 school records.
During his first stint as a Titans' assistant coach, Campbell
helped coach Big West individual champions Johnathan Golden (high
jump 2008), Garrett Myers (triple jump 2008) and Laron Brown (high
jump 2009). All three were also NCAA qualifiers.
As a student-athlete at Cal State Fullerton, Campbell ran track
and field and played basketball for the Titans. He earned
All-American honors in the high jump in 2002 and qualified for the
NCAA championships in both the long and high jump in 2001 and 2002.
He was also a two-time Big West Conference champion in the long
jump (1999 and 2001) and high jump (2001 and 2002) and was a member
of the two championship 4X400 meter relay teams (2000 and
While with the Titan basketball program, he averaged 8.3 points
and 3.4 rebounds per contest in 84 career contests while battling a
Campbell graduated from Cal State Fullerton in 2005 with a B.S.