Kevin Coached Blackstone-Millville Regional High School to a national record 265 consecutive dual meet victories. He is a two-time National Federation of High Schools XC Northeast coach of the year, and two-time finalist for National coach of the year. He coached 15 Central Mass championship teams, and is a member of the Massachusetts State Track Coaches Hall of Fame.
A former high school and collegiate runner, Brian serves as the C.O.O. of Foss Running Camp LLC, as well as the camp photographer.
Rick is the MIAA State Meet director. He coached at Notre Dame Academy in Hingham, MA and served as a Team USA T&F coach in 1999 and 2003. He is a member of the Massachusetts State Coaches Association Hall of Fame, is a four time Boston Globe coach of the year, and a National Federation of High Schools Northeast coach of the year.
Marty coached at Danbury and Weston High Schools in CT where his teams won five state championships. Marty was named the Connecticut High School Association Coach of the Year, and was a national finalist for Coach of the Year. He has also coached at Sacred Heart University. Marty writes for mysportresults.com and announces for the NFHS Network and State Running Network.
Adam Canario: Runner, Marathon Sports
Sean Connolly: Coach, East Greenwich High School, East Greenwich, RI.
Art Demers: Arty is a member of the New Hampshire IOAA Hall of fame, the Greater Lowell Hall of Fame, and has coached eight teams to New Hampshire state cross-country championships.
Phil Demers: Coach, Alvirne High School, Hudson, NH.
Erin Dromgoole: Erin coaches Roxbury Latin High School. As an athlete, Erin was a two-time Massachusetts State XC champion, a two-time Footlocker National Finalist, and winner of the National Wendy's High School Heisman Trophy. In college, she was a two-time D1 All-American at Dartmouth College, and a two-time Ivy League cross-country champion.
James Fletcher: Coach, Woburn High School, Woburn, MA.
Chaz Hodgdon: Tri-athlete
Ian Hunt: Coach, Woburn high School, Woburn, MA.
Hatim Jean-Louis: Coach, Boston Public Schools, Boston, MA.
Dr. Lauren LaPierre: Sport physical therapist.
Aaron Lucci: Runner, University of Vermont, Battle Road Track Club.
Derik Noland: Runner, Rollaway Racing Team.
John Noland: Runner, Rollaway Racing Team.
Perry Pappas: Coach, Wakefield High School, Wakefield, MA.
George Rose: George has coached at Notre Dame Academy, Sacred Heart, and now Hingham High School where his teams have won four Massachusetts state cross-country championships. George is a member of the Massachusetts State Coaches Hall of Fame, and member of the Foss Running Camp staff since 1984.
Erin Terry: Coach, East Greenwich High School, East Greenwich, RI.
Karma Tousignant: Coach, Lunenberg High School, Lunenberg, MA.
Rebecca Traschel: Coach, Lexington High School, Lexington, MA.
Melissa Stoll: Coach, Southern Connecticut State University.
Elizabeth Sweeney: Runner, Bridgewater State University.
Nick Valenti: Runner, University of Massachusetts.
Mark was a 1996 Olympian and is currently coaching New Balance Boston
Coach Mike Clark
Mike has coached Pinkerton Academy for 42 years where his teams have won 11 state XC championships and been runners-up 10 times. Coach Clark is a member of the NHIAA coaching hall of fame and coached Matt Downin to the 1994 Footlocker National Championship.
The co-coaches at Coe-Brown Academy in Northwood, NH. were named the 2020 MileSplit National Coaches of the Year. Under their tutelage, the Bears have won multiple NH state championships and have been nationally ranked.
Matt was the 1994 Footlocker National Champion and a D1
All-American at the University of Wisconsin.
In high school, Melody was an eight time state champion and two-time Footlocker HS National Champion in XC. She attended Oregon University earning All-American honors and is a member of their athletic hall of fame.
In high school, Lynn was a three time Massachusetts state champion and went on to be a D1 All-American at Princeton University. Jennings would win nine US women's cross-country national championships and three world titles. She was the bronze medalist at 10,000 meters in the 1992 Olympics
Vin coached cross-country and track & field at Dartmouth College and Stanford University where his teams amassed five D1 National Championships. He then coached Oregon to six D1 National championships and was the Head Coach of the 2016 US Olympic Track & Field team. Coach Lananna has twice coached the US National XC team at the world championships.
Hailing from America's first family of running, Steve was the National Coach of the Year at Newton South High School and has coached teams to state XC championships in Massachusetts and Oregon.
In high school, Cathy was a five-time New Hampshire and New England XC champion and four-time Footlocker National finalist winning the title her senior year. She still holds the HS girls record for the marathon at 2:34:24. She went on to represent the US in the Marathon at the 1988 and 1992 Olympics.
Pat ran at Woburn HS in Woburn, MA and the University of New Hampshire. He is a USAT&F certified coach and official, and motivational speaker. O'Connor owns Lunch Time Runner, a company dedicated to helping runners of all levels achiever their goals.
Andy was the US Junior National champ at 1,500 and 5,000 meters in high school and a Footlocker National finalist. His 8:50.29 indoor two-mile against Franklyn Sanchez remains a legendary race. At Stanford, Powell ranked among the school's best 1,500m performers. He went into coaching and helped build Oregon into a national power and now coaches at Wisconsin.
Amy was a 10-time D1 All-American at Providence College and won two NCAA national championships. Rudolph represented the US at the 1996 and 2000 Olympics and seven times at the T&F World Championships. She has won three US national championships and currently coaches at Iowa State University.
In high school, Jorge was a four-time Illinois state XC champ and one-time state runner-up. Torres is a four-time Footlocker national finalist, winning the event his senior year. In college, he was the 2002 D1national cross-country champion. Post-collegiate, he won the 2006 national 10K championship and represented the US at the 2008 World XC Championships. Jorge represented the US at 10,000 meters at the 2008 Olympics before turning his attention to the marathon where he has a personal best time of 2:13:00.
Coach Bill Squires
Bill was a high school and college All-American. He would go on to coach the Greater Boston Track Club and is a member of the National Distance Running Hall of Fame.
Dr. Bob Swoap
Dr. Swoap is a nationally known sports psychologist who works with athletes from high school to Olympic levels.
Coach Mike Smith
Mike is the coach of Northern Arizona University. Since taking the reigns at NAU, coach Smith's men's XC team has won six of the last seven national championships.
Coach Ray Treacy:
Ray was an Irish Junior National Champion and was a three time D1 All-American at Providence College. He would go on to coach at Providence where he developed sixty-five All-Americans, seven individual D1 national champions, and fifteen NCAA championship teams. Eleven of his athletes would go on to be Olympians.