Jamie LaBrosse comes to Concordia from Kitchener, Ontario Canada. In High School, Coach LaBrosse ran Track and Cross Country at Cameron Heights Collegiate and Laurel Creek Track Club in Kitchener under the guidance of Gary Crossley. In his prep years, LaBrosse qualified for the Provincial and National Championships running the 4x400m, 800m, 1500m, Steeplechase and Cross Country.
After H.S. LaBrosse earned a scholarship to Central Michigan University for Track and CC and earned All-MAC honors running for the Chippewas in 94 in the Indoor 800m and 4x400m. While at CMU LaBrosse studied Special Education and earned a Bachelor’s Degree. He graduated in 1998 and started teaching and coaching at Clarkston High School. While at Clarkston, LaBrosse built a Cross Country team that won 3 consecutive State Championships (03, 04, & 05) and 1 runner-up title (02). His teams were a dominating force on the Michigan HS landscape. They were ranked in the top 10 Nationally from 02-05 and he won 3 Michigan Coach of the Year Awards. In Track, LaBrosse was an assistant coach on a State Runner-up Team and coached 2 National Champion 4xMile teams. Over the years his athletes won 7 Individual State Titles and had 17 All-State Athletes that went on to run in D1 College programs.
Currently, LaBrosse teaches at Ann Arbor Huron High School where he continues to teach Special Education. Coach LaBrosse has a son named Ethan who plays for the Michigan Alliance Soccer Team and attends Howell High School. In his spare time he enjoys running with his dog Raven and likes to travel.
To Contact Coach LaBrosse email him at [email protected]