Over the past few years, ZAP has also been quietly making a name for itself in the field of professional coaching. Former ZAP athletes and summer interns alike are now positioned on multiple major coaching staffs around the country. The impressive and ever-growing list includes:
ZAP 5000 meter record holder Thomas Morgan is now an assistant coach at the University of Kentucky.
ZAP 10000 meter record holder Alli Morgan is now a volunteer assistant at the University of Kentucky.
ZAP 5000 meter record holder Ann McGranahan-Thomas is now the head coach at Radford University (VA).
ZAP Steeplechase record holder Stephanie 'Pezz' Pezzullo is now a volunteer assistant at Queens University (NC).
ZAP Steeplechase record holder Ryan Warrenburg is now the assistant coach for the ZAP Elite Athlete Team.
Former ZAP 10000 meter record holder Debbie King is now an assistant coach at the University of Tulsa
Former ZAP athlete Brian Rosetti helped found the Run S.M.A.R.T. program, offering private coaching to adult runners. ZAP 1500 and 3000 record holder Dan Wilson and Vince Sherry joined Brian's coaching staff soon after.
'06-'07 Summer Intern Jenna Wrieden is now an assistant coach at High Point University.
'08-'10 Summer Intern Ryan Van Hoy is now an assistant coach at The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
'09-'10 Summer Intern James Snyder is now a graduate assistant at Appalachain State University.
Updated on May 13, 2013, 1:39pm