FRESNO CITY COLLEGE
Track and Field Coaches
HEAD COACH AND JAVELIN
Associate Head Coach: Pole Vault and Multi-Events
Associate Head Coach: Sprints and Relays
Keith Travis enters his 8th overall season at Fresno City College all under head coach Tony Caviglia as the Rams wide receivers coach. Travis also coaches sprints and relays for the Fresno City College Track and Field team.
In Travis’ first year as sprints and relays coach at Fresno City college, his girls 4 x 100 team broke the school record that was previously set in 1988.
During his stint at Fresno City, Travis has helped the Rams set several offensive records, while tutoring some of the most productive wide receivers in school history and helping 14 wide receivers receive scholarships in his 8 years as a coach.
Fresno had a season to remember in 2011, winning 10 games, capturing the conference crown with a perfect 10-0 record, and finishing 15th in the country in the top 25 polls. Rams led the state of California in yards per passing play, passing yards total, passing TD’s and was top 5 in scoring offense. The Rams won 5 conference championships in a row during Travis’ tenure as coach from 2010 – 2015.
Travis’s pupils have flourished under his tutelage. Wide-out’s Trent Hicks and Leroy Travis, two of Travis’ first recruits at Fresno, finished their brilliant careers with school records for total receptions and touchdown catches.
With Travis as wide receivers coach, the Rams offense produced a pair of first-team All-Conference receivers: Brayden Sanchez, who received a scholarship to the University of Nevada; and Shakiem Barbel, who currently is on the University of Kansas’ roster.
Travis also recruited and served as the position coach for Kailon Carter, a unanimous first-team All-Conference receiver who received a scholarship to the University of Alabama Birmingham.
In 2011, with Travis as passing game coordinator the Rams offensive unit finished top-10 nationally in passing, total offense, scoring and pass efficiency. He was also the position coach for Trent Hicks, who plays professionally in the Arena League.
Before Fresno City Travis spent 4 seasons (2004-08) at Clovis East High School and served in various capacities, including as head coach JV, defensive backs, receivers coach and head sprint/relays coach. His team in Clovis included two Valley Central Section Championships, his track and field team also won the state championship in 2007-08 season. Travis’ stint at Clovis East was followed by a one-year period at Mclane High School as Defensive Coordinator and head track and field coach.
Travis is also an athletic director in Fresno unified school district for Gaston Middle School. Travis has held this position for 7 years in the school district while also fulfilling his coaching duties.
Travis was a two-year letter winner as a receiver at Fresno State, where he earned his degree in Kinesiology in 2004. In 2007, he was awarded a master’s in cross cultural education with a specialization in teaching. Before transferring to Fresno State, Travis was an All-Conference receiver at Grossmont Junior College.
A native of Los Angeles, California. Travis and his wife, Brandy, have three kids: two daughters; Malia 8 and Makayla 6, and one son Kayden 3.
Associate Head Coach: Hammer, Shot Put and Disc Coach
Triple Jump and Long Jump
Distance and Steeple Chase