Mr. Ryan Lennerton
Blinn College Physical Fitness Building
Mr. Lennerton was born in Burnaby, British Columbia. He grew up in the Vancouver suburb of Langley, BC. He graduated from Brookswood Secondary School in 2001. During high school Mr. Lennerton played basketball and volleyball. In addition he played select baseball for the Langley Blaze, Team BC, and the Canadian National Junior Team. Mr. Lennerton played college baseball at Eastern Oklahoma Junior College and the University of Arkansas. He was also twice drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers. After his playing career Mr. Lennerton was the pitching coach at Galveston College for two years and at Wayne State College in Nebraska for five years. He enjoys camping, working out, spending time with his wife, Jessica, and their new born daughter, Elaina, and all things hockey. Go Canada Go Eh!
Mr. Lennerton received a Bachelor’s Degree in Health and Physical Education (2010) and a Master’s Degree in Sports and Recreation Management (2012) from Wayne State College. Mr. Lennerton taught classes at Wayne State College as a graduate assistant during his graduate program; those classes included Lifestyle Assessment, Athletic Performance and Nutrition, and Weight Training. Mr. Lennerton joined Blinn in the Fall of 2012, he teaches First Aid, Weight Training, and Personal Health.
Mr. Lennerton also coaches for Twelve Baseball Youth Academy in College Station.