Whitney DeWeese is in her second year of coaching at the college level coaching the throws (shot put, discus, hammer, and javelin).  She began her track and field career as a Freshmen at Rancho Buena Vista High School where she was a three year State Championship qualifier and holds the school records in both Shot Put and Discus.  After high school, she earned a scholarship to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where she studied Psychology and competed on the Track and Field team for four years.  Being voted team captain for two years in a row, she made it to the Big West Championships all four years and placed in the top 10 in both Shot Put and Discus.  After graduating, Whitney was hired as an assistant weight lifting coach for the Cal Poly Track and Field team where she moved on to coach at Orange Glen High School and Calavera Hills Middle School and now hopes to have much success in the throws for the Palomar College Women's Track and Field team.