Cameia Alexander - Women's Track and Field - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Cameia Alexander

Assistant Coach • Sprints, Hurdles

Coaching Highlights
1– NCAA DIII bronze medal
3– NCAA DIII silver medals

8– All-America selections
20– DIII USTFCCCA All-Region selections 

Cameia Alexander works primarily with sprinters and hurdlers. The 2023-24 season is her first as an assistant coach for the Commodores.

Achievements at Vanderbilt – Assistant Coach (2023–Present) 
In her first season at Vanderbilt, Alexander’s coaching efforts contributed to the distance medley relay’s third-place finish at the SEC Indoor Championships. She helped to coach Allyria McBride, who split 52.49 seconds in that distance medley relay. During the 2024 indoor season, McBride also set the program all-time No. 2 and No. 5 marks in the 300 and 400 meters, respectively.

Prior to Vanderbilt
At Virginia Wesleyan – Director of Track and Field (2021–23), Assistant Director (2020–21)
Before coming to Nashville, Alexander was the director of cross country and track and field at Virginia Wesleyan University from 2021 to 2023. From 2020 to 2021, she served as the assistant director of sprints, jumps and hurdles for the Marlins.  

During her time in Virginia Beach, she coached six USTFCCCA All-Region athletes, fourteen indoor and outdoor Old Dominion Athletic Conference champions and eight-time All-American Geni Roberts. Roberts was the runner-up in the long jump at the 2023 NCAA DIII Indoor Championships and third in the triple jump at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. At the 2023 ODAC Indoor Championships, Alexander led the men’s team to a fourth-place finish and the women’s team to sixth overall.

In 2021 she coached four USTFCCCA All-Region athletes and seven-time indoor and outdoor ODAC champion, conference record holder and NCAA qualifier Landry Moffo in the 60 and 110-meter hurdles.

Over three seasons with the Marlins, Alexander coached student-athletes to achieving 25 school records, 24 ODAC individual titles, three ODAC all-time records and 20 all-region and seven All-America honors.

At Troy – Assistant Coach (2016–20)
Before her stop at Virginia Wesleyan, Alexander spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Troy University where she worked with the sprinters and hurdlers. There, she coached four Sun Belt Conference champions and 10 NCAA East Region qualifiers. 

Alexander, a native of Birmingham, Alabama, earned a bachelor’s in health and human services from Troy University in 2016 and her master’s in rehabilitation counseling with a clinical and mental health psychology certificate in 2019. As a student-athlete, she competed in the 60, 100 and 200 meters and sprint relays. 

Coaching Experience
• Assistant Coach, Vanderbilt (2023–present)
Director of Cross Country and Track and Field, Virginia Wesleyan (2021–23)
Assistant Director, Virginia Wesleyan (2020–21)
Assistant Coach, Troy (2016–20)