Kayleigh McCauley joined the staff of the Center for Athletic Academic Services at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in January of 2009.
McCauley's duties include academic oversight of Men's and Women's Tennis, Cross Country and Track & Field programs. She is a co-advisor for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and also co-advises the Islander Athlete Mentor Program. McCauley is the housing coordinator for athletics.
McCauley's experience prior to A&M-Corpus Christi was spent as an intern at Brown University in compliance and academic services from May 2008-Sept. 2008. While attending graduate school at East Stroudsburg University, she worked with the Student-Athlete Center for Excellence. At the University of New England, she served as an intern in the athletic department, working in marketing and promotions and daily operations.
McCauley received her bachelor's of science degree in exercise and health promotion at the University of New England in 2007. While an undergrad at the University of New England she played field hockey, served as co-captain in 2006. She completed her masters in sport management at East Stroudsburg University in 2009.
McCauley is originally from Haverhill, Mass. McCauley resides in Corpus Christi with her two cats Betty and Wink.