|High School:||Beyer HS|
After a successful career with UCSB, Mike Guerra is starting his
first year as a volunteer track and field coach, working with the
throws team. Guerra also works at Cathedral Oaks as a personal
UC Santa Barbara
Michael Guerra put together an impressive 2012 campaign specializing exclusively in the Javelin... Started season off strong by placing 2nd in the Cal-Nevada Championships with a 216-5 in the Javelin... Placed 2nd in the Big West Challenge with a 199-5... Set a personal best 219-1 at the Big West Championships, earning him a 2nd place finish in the conference... Recorded an impressive 213-9 at the NCAA Division 1 West Preliminaries, good for 17th in the region... Won the javelin event at the 2010 Bryan Clay Invite after throwing a personal best mark of 219-6.
Guerra lettered in basketball, baseball, and football while at Beyer HS...Was MVP in football and baseball his senior year...Earned the Coach's award in basketball as a junior...Was selected for the All-League football and baseball teams his junior and senior year...Was on the All-Section team for football as a senior...Was league champion in baseball and football his senior year...Was on Academic Block which meant he demonstrated two consecutive years of a 4.0 GPA...Member of the California Scholastic Foundation...On the honor roll list.
Son of Ray and Sandy Guerra...Has two siblings, Daniel and Allison...Majoring in bio-psychology...Became a member of the UCSB track and field team as a walk-on...In his free time he enjoys reading and studying...Also likes to cook..."Friday Night Lights" is his favorite movie...Lists all genres as his favorite type of music...His favorite book is "Why Us? How Science Helped Us Rediscover the Mystery of Ourselves"...Names Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete.