Head Coach — Andrew Lenton took over the position of head coach for the Langley Mustangs in the fall of 2018.
Andrew was a high school track standout himself, winning the BC High School cross country title and USA high school indoor championship at 3000m. He went on to represent Canada on the National Junior team & was ranked 9th in the world at 1500m. He would set BC Junior records in the 1500m, 3000m and 5000m. He was an All-American at Simon Fraser University and attended the University of Tennessee on scholarship.
Andrew is a graduate of the National Coaching Institute and is a NCCP Level 4 coach. Andrew is also active as a Master Course Conductor for the National Run-Jump-Throw program. He has been involved in coaching at many different levels, from local track and sports clubs, to BC Summer Games Zone Coach, BC Team Coach for both the National Youth and National Junior Championships and has served as Head Clinician for Athletics Canada National Youth Camp. Andrew has been awarded the Sport BC Community Sport Hero Award for coaching excellence & program development.
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree and Teaching Certificate from Simon Fraser University and Masters of Science from the University of Oregon. He is currently a teacher & coach at Maple Ridge Secondary. His MRSS Ramblers team won the BC High School Championships in 2017 and 2018.