Amy Rudolph
    Amy Rudolph

    Volunteer Coach

    Alma Mater:
    Providence College 1995

    Amy Rudolph '95, one of the most prolific athletes in Providence College history, will serve as the assistant women's track and cross crountry coach for the third consecutive season under Ray Treacy. Most recently, Rudolph served as an assistant track coach at Bryant University. Rudolph, a two-time U.S. Indoor Champion in the 3,000 meters, was a member of the 1996 and 2000 U.S. Olympic Team. In 1996, Rudolph ran the 5,000 meters in a time of 14:56.04 in Stockholm and set the American record. She also is a two-time U.S. short course cross country champion (1998 and 1999) and the U.S. eight-kilometer road racing champion (1998). Most recently, Rudolph captured the 10,000 meters at the USA Track and Field Championships on June 23, 2006. A native of Kane, Pa., Rudolph was a 10-time All-American at Providence College. She captured two NCAA titles in 1994 (indoor mile, outdoor 1,500 meters). Rudolph also won five BIG EAST titles (cross country, 3,000 meters, mile and 10,000 meters) in her four years as a Friar.