|Previous College:||Concordia University Wisconsin, '10|
Andy Asheneden joined the Concordia University Wisconsin cross country coaching staff in August 2012, after an impressive running career.
He helped the Falcons win the Northern Athletics Conference cross country conference title twice (2009 and 2010) and competed at the NCAA Division III Regional Meet his senior year, finishing in 23rd. Asheneden holds the second fastest time ran by a male at CUW (24:41.00).
During his career he participated on the track & field team for three seasons and won the NAC Athlete of the Meet twice. He currently holds the school record in the indoor 3,000-meter (8:42.1), distance medley (10:33.38), outdoor 1,500-meters (4:03.47), outdoor 3,000-meters (8:52.99) and 4x800-meter relay (8:23.17).
He graduated from CUW in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in philosophy. Aside from coaching, Ashenden is pursuing his Masters Degree in christian apologetics from Biola University and his Masters degree in philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.