PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Lindsay Farrington-Centonze will be the new head coach for the Pace men's and women's cross country programs.
Farrington-Centonze has an extensive background in running and as a personal trainer in Westchester County.
Farrington-Centonze comes to Pace after serving as a personal trainer and fitness instructor in various roles through Westchester County.
She has worked at Equinox Fitness Clubs in Scarsdale as a personal trainer and PhatBurn as a group fitness instructor. In her current role, she works as a spin class instructor at The Studio 14 in Portchester.
As a student at Concordia College in Bronxville, she was a member of their cross country team for four years. Following graduation, she has participated in several marathons and half-marathons in the Northeast.
Farrington-Centonze received a Bachelor's in Liberal Studies from Concordia in 2010. She went on to earn her Master's in Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness from New York University in 2013.
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