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  Langley Iverson
Langley Iverson

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Reno, Nev.

High School:
Galena HS

Student Assistant Coach


First Year


Utah Track and Field Travels to Los Angeles this Weekend

Utes set to compete in up to four meets.


Utah Track and Field Caps Off Annual Spring Classic

Aoife Hickey qualifies for European Championships.


Utah Track and Field Finishes 10th at MPSF Championships

Amanda Mergaert and Klaudia Rokossa earn MPSF accolades.


Utah Track and Field Stays Close to Home this Weekend

Utes have final tune-up at Wildcat Invitational.


Amanda Mergaert Breaks School Record at Husky Classic

Several Utes post new lifetime personal records at Husky Classic.

Langley Iverson is entering her first year as a volunteer coach at Utah. She will be assisting with the development of the jumps group for the women's track and field team.

Iverson, a native of Reno, Nev., competed for the Utes from 2009-13 in the high jump. During her career, Iverson won the Mountain West Conference title in 2009. She also earned Mountain West all-conference accolades five times. Iverson holds the second-best jump in the school history with a mark of 6-0.75 feet.

Iverson earned two bachelor degrees in exercise and sport science and sociology from Utah. Iverson also completed a minor in business.

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