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 Michael Rasor
Michael Rasor
Volunteer Assistant Coach

1st Season

Michael Rasor is in his first year as a volunteer assistant coach for the Baylor track and field team. He works primarily with assistant coach Jon Capron to coach the intermediate hurdlers.

The Dimmitt, Texas, native, is currently enrolled in graduate classes at Baylor and will earn a master's degree in sport management in May of 2014. He received his bachelor's degree in secondary math education from Abilene Christian University in 2012.

Prior to his time with the Baylor track and field team, Rasor was the program coordinator for the city of Waco's 2013 summer track program. In that role, he coached community youth alongside many current BU athletes.

During his athletic career, Rasor helped ACU win four consecutive outdoor Lone Star Conference championships. He had two third-place finishes in the 110-meter hurdles at the conference meet and qualified for the NCAA DII National Championships in the event in 2011. Rasor was named the Lone Star Conferences Scholar-Athlete for ACU during the 2011-12 school year.

In high school, Rasor was a four-time Texas state qualifier in the 110 and 300-meter hurdles. He placed third at the state meet in the 300-meter distance during his senior season of 2008.

Rasor is a certified USATF official. His father was a track athlete at Baylor in the 1970s under coach Clyde Hart.

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